Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Fabulous Holiday Desserts - 27 & 28 October 2012

I'll be teaching a new holiday demo class at Shermay's Cooking School on 27 October 2012 (Saturday) and 28 October 2012 (Sunday). For all inquiries, please call the school at +65 6479 8442 or 6479 8414, or email info@shermay.com

The menu is as follows:

Luxury Holiday Fruit Cake This is the indulgence without which the holidays would be incomplete. Boasting an extravagance of plump fruit, it is best made at least a month – ideally two – before serving to mature, mellow and be at its very best. So please do consider starting now!

Stollen Dresden style stolen – the festive bread bursting with buttery flavour, spice, nuts, marzipan and candied fruits – is the perfect delicious alternative to offer non-fruitcake-eaters during the holiday season

Chocolate Hazelnut Torte A decadent celebratory torte featuring Amedei Crema Toscana, the ultimate chocolate hazelnut spread

Amaretti These sublime almond cookies are wonderful with post-dinner digestifs, coffee or tea. Or make for a lovely home-baked gift

BONUS SECTION I: Fabulous Holiday Cake Decorating Ideas & Essential Techniques

How to cover the cake with marzipan & fondant
Royal Icing Snowscape
Gilded Holly
Candied fruit and nuts with glaze
Fruit Cake Pops


Classic Mince Pies Scrumptious whether served warm from the oven with a dollop of
brandy butter, or at room temperature, no holiday dessert table is complete without a
plate of these festive little pies

Brandy Butter/Hard Sauce Brandy butter is the penultimate accompaniment to all the classics in the Christmas dessert repertoire.

Eggnog Ice Cream Spiked with brandy, rum and nutmeg, the flavour of this ice cream is irresistible


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