Creme Brulee Presentation!
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While personally, I don't want anyone messing with my Classic Creme Brulee, this presentation looked so great, had to share with you all.

White Chocolate Coconut Creme Brulee
Andy Chlebana Cepc, CCA, CHE, Pastry Chef/ Instructor, Joliet Junior College, Plainfield, IL



And, love the dishes - in my next life I'm going to be born rich instead of so darn good looking.....
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#12
  Re: Creme Brulee Presentation! by cjs (While personally, I ...)
Uh, Jean...I'm glad you're so good looking....the link don't work!
Daphne
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#13
  Re: Re: Creme Brulee Presentation! by Gourmet_Mom (Uh, Jean...I'm glad ...)
well piddle - will go try something else....
o.k., that should work.
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#14
  Re: Re: Creme Brulee Presentation! by cjs (well piddle - will g...)
Very cool! It comes with it's own little handle!!!! And no corners to worry about "fishing out" that last little taste!
Daphne
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#15
  Re: Creme Brulee Presentation! by cjs (While personally, I ...)
Very pretty. What are the two lacy white things? I have have never made creme brulee. Is it like flan?
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Laura
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#16
  Re: Re: Creme Brulee Presentation! by luvnit (Very pretty. What ar...)
That would be a white chocolate butterfly.

Similar, but you sprinkle Turbinado or Demerara sugar and 'burn' it with a torch. The custard is very close to a flan.
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#17
  Re: Re: Creme Brulee Presentation! by cjs (That would be a whit...)
Here's one more that I had saved - these kids are so creative.

Shrimp Corndogs with Marzen Mustard
Eric Stein, Ms Rd, Wellness Chef, Enlightened Flavors / Johnson & Wales University, Denver, CO




I need to find the source of the first one for credit also.

Just realized these are the same dishes turned upside down - how clever is that????
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#18
  Re: Re: Creme Brulee Presentation! by cjs (Here's one more that...)
Both look great! Shrimp corn dogs. . . . hmmmmmmm. Must get home and play!
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  Re: Re: Creme Brulee Presentation! by Harborwitch (Both look great! Sh...)
Both are really something!! I don't think the white chocolate butterfly is for the home cook!!! WOW!!
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#20
  Re: Re: Creme Brulee Presentation! by Harborwitch (Both look great! Sh...)
I love the shrimp corn dog idea!

"That would be a white chocolate butterfly." Hmmmm...I would have sworn it was "slices" of coconut. Although, how you'd do that, I have NO idea...LOL!
Daphne
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