However, he is more excited about the Tiramisu Cake from the Puddings episode than he has been about any foodstuff for a long time...
What with that and Ice Cream-gate, it was a pretty exciting episode all round.
Now, I can take or leave tiramisu, generally - I don't really like coffee and chocolatey puddings don't do that much for me, but any recipe which has the nerve to include THREE entire tubs of mascarpone has to be tried at least once in a lifetime, I reckon.
Turns out I don't have a square tin (hard to believe, I know), so mine is round.
Also, who can be faffed with making silly chocolate decorations? Honestly... *sigh*
Because of being on Champagne Holiday last week, I have a bit of catching up to do, so I have also shoehorned Pie Week into this post.
I love pie. I love making pie and I quite like eating it too.
I was hoping that the custard tarts would be the technical challenge of the week, as I am partial to a bit of tartage (as many people that have been here for
When I saw these on TV, I thought that they were a bit lame, but now that I have made them myself, I am COMPLETELY in love with them - they are gorgeous. Simple and gorgeous.
Definitely one to make again and again (possibly with apples, which are a good deal yummier than pears in my humble opinion).
I'm going to make my family eat all these things at a barbecue this weekend, as the technical challenges are becoming increasingly impractical for transporting into work (BBC, please take note ;) ).
Tune in again for (equally, if not more, impractical) princess cake.