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What Is Your Signature Dessert?
 
# 16 : Thursday 2-5-2013 @ 18:21
 
 
Someone said :
Maybe you and he should make desert for each other?

Don't worry cheezy, I prefer a bit of yours
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# 17 : Thursday 2-5-2013 @ 18:26
 
 
The Gobi is my signature desert.

Wocka wocka!
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# 18 : Thursday 2-5-2013 @ 18:33
 
 
I've stopped doing deserts, If I'm "hosting" I might chop up a honey melon or a Pineapple at the end of dinner, and just get a big pot of tea and maybe biscuits or something.
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# 19 : Friday 3-5-2013 @ 00:50
 
 
Dessert recipe

Buy a strawberry Swiss Roll and slice it once lengthways. Open it out and spray a can of cream into the cavity.

Pour a bottle of maple syrup over the canned cream.

Now sprinkle with 100s and 1000s.

Next, melt 500g of milk chocolate in a roasting tin with a bag of marshmallows and pour over the Swiss Roll.

Refridgerate and serve with a tub of LidL vanilla ice cream.

If you are serving two people, double the quantities.
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# 20 : Friday 3-5-2013 @ 00:55
 
 
That sounds really good actually. Ease off on the maple syrup (7 euro a bottle?) and the 100s n' 1000s but that sounds alright.
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# 21 : Friday 3-5-2013 @ 08:41
 
 
I love to have Gulab jamun with vanilla.
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# 22 : Friday 3-5-2013 @ 09:13
 
 
Someone said :
Dessert recipe

Buy a strawberry Swiss Roll and slice it once lengthways. Open it out and spray a can of cream into the cavity.

Pour a bottle of maple syrup over the canned cream.

Now sprinkle with 100s and 1000s.

Next, melt 500g of milk chocolate in a roasting tin with a bag of marshmallows and pour over the Swiss Roll.

Refridgerate and serve with a tub of LidL vanilla ice cream.

If you are serving two people, double the quantities.



I make my own dessert sauces and serve with vanilla ice-cream

White chocolate and vanilla
Pear, Ginger and Brandy compote
Butterscotch
Peanut butter
Milk chocolate
Raspberry


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# 23 : Friday 3-5-2013 @ 09:19
 
 
Someone said :
Dessert recipe

Buy a strawberry Swiss Roll and slice it once lengthways. Open it out and spray a can of cream into the cavity.

Pour a bottle of maple syrup over the canned cream.

Now sprinkle with 100s and 1000s.

Next, melt 500g of milk chocolate in a roasting tin with a bag of marshmallows and pour over the Swiss Roll.

Refridgerate and serve with a tub of LidL vanilla ice cream.

If you are serving two people, double the quantities.



Sounds great, maybe you could add some melted butter to the Swiss Roll before filling it with cream, though.

And have some condensed milk on the side to pour over all that.
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# 24 : Friday 3-5-2013 @ 09:25
 
 
Washed down with a pint of caramel.
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# 25 : Friday 3-5-2013 @ 09:26
 
 
Someone said :

Image of cake possibly NSFW

http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2615/3998275612_c46227faff_z.jpg

I haven't seen my boyfriend since Wednesday morning and this picture makes me miss him.
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# 26 : Friday 3-5-2013 @ 09:31
 
 
Someone said :
The Gobi is my signature desert.

Wocka wocka!

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# 27 : Friday 3-5-2013 @ 10:13
 
 
I got nothin ... :/
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# 28 : Friday 3-5-2013 @ 10:41
 
 
I had one that I would make just for myself and eat it over a weekend or so while watching DVD's on my own.

It was really sad!


This was when I had just moved to Ballina and was bored and kinda depressed to be honest.

It's really easy to make and has about a billion calories. It's basically some biscuits soaked in black coffee as a base and then a mix of whipped cream and condensed milk on top.

My auntie makes it really well but mine was always a bit runny, but still very, very tasty. It needs to be refrigerated for a good while and always eaten very cold.
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# 29 : Friday 3-5-2013 @ 11:38
 
 
a bit tirimisu-ish. Sounds great.

My quick fix dessert is a microwaved Rolo dessert poured over a microwaved chocolate muffin.
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# 30 : Friday 3-5-2013 @ 11:46
 
 
Someone said :
a bit tirimisu-ish. Sounds great.

My quick fix dessert is a microwaved Rolo dessert poured over a microwaved chocolate muffin.

Yes, it's similar but less sophisticated, I'd say.

Here in the canteen there's a little Italian coffee bar in the corner where they sell small portions of Tiramisu, they're really small, like the base would be just two biscuits but it only costs 1 euro and it is really, really good. They're "home made" so tey say but they do taste like they are made by some Italian momma!


Your dessert just reminded me of a really easy one that I learned at my friend's birthday party in Austria, it was an outdoor bonfire kinda party. So towards the end we made what they called Banana Boats.

It's just an unpeeled banana that you slit length wise but not the whole way. Thsi would be the "boat" Then you insert some good chocolate cubes into the slit and put the banana over the embers till it's nice and warm and the chocolate is melted.

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