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millefeuille

(milfœj)
n
(Cookery) Brit a small iced cake made of puff pastry filled with jam and cream. US name: napoleon
[literally: thousand leaves]
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Al Bait's take on the traditional afternoon tea is served with a twist, including a tuna mille-feuille, caramel hazelnut mousse and popping chocolates, along with a glass of non-alcoholic bubbles.
Baking French pastries such as croissants, macarons, mille-feuille, eclairs and tarts require a true artisan.
Another starter was a savoury version of the "Mille-feuille" dessert.
To establish regular exchanges between the various components of the "mille-feuille" of public and private actors in order to make more efficient the ecosystem of SME support to digital: organize " Digital Encounters ", at the level of national and regional, bringing together each year public and private actors accompanying companies in the digital transition.
Yield: 3 dozen RASPBERRY MILLE-FEUILLE PASTRY: 1 sheet puff pastry, thawed 1 pint fresh raspberries Confectioners' sugar for sprinkling LEMON CREAM FILLING: 1 (8-ounce) cream cheese, softened 1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk 1/3 cup lemon juice 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 pint fresh raspberries GARNISH: 1 pint fresh raspberries Sweetened whip cream For pastry, preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Where: 44 Stepney Street, Llanelli SA15 3TR MILLE-FEUILLE AT LLANELLY HOUSE One of Llanelli's grandest buildings has plenty to offer visitors in addition to its events and tours.
Strawberry eclairs, a strawberry cream delice and a deconstructed mille-feuille with poached strawberries, white chocolate cream, pastry crisps and basil tuille will also be served.
Mille-feuille - thin layers of puff pastry - seasonal fresh fruit and pastry cream.
Her great-granny's celebratory Napoleon cake - a colossal mille-feuille of pastry and creme patisserie, a Soviet dessert invented in 1912 to celebrate the centenary of Russia's victory over French invasion - is in the book.
A special mention must go to my desert of caramelised banana mille-feuille, which was beautifully presented and simply delicious.
For the first course, Salmon Mille-Feuille made with crepe, egg, pistachio, keta caviar, and dill, we had more of the MontGras Amaral Sauvignon Blanc.
While we can get a decent gateau in Asda, French supermarkets are home to an abundance of decadent desserts, from proper chocolate eclairs, to lemon tarts, to tortes, to glorious mille-feuille.