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Monday, February 02, 2009

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What a great posting - you have a very nice style with perfect word play. This blog posting was a joy to read. Everything you said about the tuiles I found as well. They are wonderful without anything else it was hard not to eat them all straight away. Yes I'm not a cookie fan but these have exactly the right balance of crispness and buttery taste that says "eat me now". Great work on this challenge. I hope you enjoy this month's DB challenge as much.

Your tuiles look so light and fresh. What a perfect choice for a filling too, just a bit of whipped lime and honey flavored creme fraiche. Beautiful job!

I had no idea creme fraiche would whip. It sounds wonderful with honey and lime and your tuiles look beautiful!

I didn't know that you could whip creme fraiche. What a good idea! I like the simple crisp look of your tuiles!

Audax - awwww, thank you so much, your kind words are making me blush! I totally enjoyed this month's challenge the cookies are so much fun to make and play with. I like them very thin and crispy. Can't eat just one!

Lisa - Thank you. I filled them really only because of the challenge, I think given my druthers I would eat them as is...if I had any left!

Maggie - I didn't either but it worked out so wonderfully. It's like having sour cream whipped cream! Thank you so much for visiting.

Jillian - Thank you so much, they were very thin and delightful! Thank you so much for your comment!

Nice post. Congrats on this months Challenge. The picture of the stacked tuiles is cute. And thank you for enlightening us about whipped sour cream. ;) This might come in handy for the next savoury Challenge.

This is a lot like a pirouline isn't it? Great job!

Didn't know you could whip crème fraiche. I'll definitely use whipped crème fraiche the next time I make canapes.

Andreas - Thank you! If you do something savory with whipped creme fraiche, I would LOVE to know about it!

Claire - Yes! They are kinda like pirouline! I didn't know what that was and had to look it up! They do look tasty!

Murasaki - I would love to see what you do with the whipped creme fraiche on canapes! I have only tried it sweet.

These really are most marvelous aren't they. Really beautiful.

I love it! It reminds me my childhood... we used to buy 20 of them with my parents and sister and eat when they still fresh and crunchy.

Have a nice day and don't forget about the Mayan Magic Chocolate-Making Kit Giveaway on my site, closing date April 22nd!

Margot

Nice picture.. looks yummy!!! I feel like eating it right now...

I really enjoyed this challenge too and just loved the crisp buttery texture of it! :)

That looks wonderful.

I greatly appreciate all the info I've read here. I will spread the word about your blog to other people. Cheers.

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