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Jul 24, 2007



Johanna, what a feast for my fruity sweet tooth. I can relate to your likings of threesomes. Me too. This all look incredible!


Yumm, although I don't like white chocolate that much, this looks really like I might like it;-) Re: skimmilk for the froth; I know it from cappuccino foam that skimmilk is better and easier. Look around in italian bars, almost all use skimmilk. Here is an explanation:


Oh Lord, we are the Borg!! I made a raspberry and white chocolate cheesecake on Sunday - maybe I'll submit it to this even too, if there's still time... And I had to laugh when I read about your attempt at whipping single cream - been there, done that. It is so frustrating! Back home there's cream, thick cream and sour cream - none of this single/whipping/pouring confusion! Great post - seems like everything from Formulas for Flavour is just fabulous.


Johanna, I'm drooling! I love the combination of white chocolate and raspberry! Mmmm...Now I want dessert with my lunch :)


wowee! That looks amazing! it is definitely what I would order off a menu!


Oh my word, that looks simply divine! The combination of raspberries and white chocolate is tempting enough, but I absolutely adore milkshakes. Will have to give this a try!


Joanna, this looks divine and the colors of the two dishes are beautifully tantalizing..a feast for the eyes and then the palate as well.
The froth..a lower percentage fat in the milk actually does creat better froth than full cream. I use demi-ecreme and it creates beautifully almost creamy froth, but I must admit, sometimes the froth just dies down and sometimes it stays an Everest...maybe it has something to do with our moods?

Julie O'Hara

I totally agree that guests will be in awe of you if you serve a multi-component dessert like that. I love the idea of complementary tastes and textures comprising one dish. I checked out that book on amazon and it looks like a good one. My cookbook collection is truly closed for now, though.

The Cooking Ninja

oohhh...I'm drooling over it.


das sieht himmlisch lecker aus!!
danke für deinen beitrag zum Garten-Koch-Event!

liebe Grüsse

David Hall

Hi Johanna

A really nice recipe from a lovely if complicated cook book. Nothing simple in there! But a great book.

I wish somebody would deliver me this dessert tonight. Wishful thinking even if it is my anniversary!

All the best


Wow. I'm utterly stunned at how beautiful this looks and delicious it sounds.


I'm so moved by this I bought the cookbook!


this looks decadently delicious.


Oh my goodness. How wonderful the threesome look! Mx


wow..this looks so heavenly...


I just got the cookbook and love it! Great choice of recipe and rendition! Just gorgeous!

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