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Mesa do Chef Taste Buddies - A Sydney Food Blog Week four into the pastry module and I am well and truly on a butter high. Not exactly great for the cholesterol but I’ve only got two weeks left until the end of term. One of our recent lessons included making sweet paste, also known as “pate sucree”. Sweet paste is used for tart bases or shortbread cookies. There are a few important points to remember when making sweet paste, especially if it’s for a tart base. Secondly, when the recipe says ‘rest the dough’ – rest the dough. Resting pate sucree means wrapping it in plastic cling wrap and allowing it to sit in the fridge for about 20 to 30 minutes. This strawberry tart took me a lot of time and patience to make. The tart was filled with a luscious dark chocolate crème patisserie and topped with fresh strawberries. It was a funny moment when I'd finished taking photos of the tart. I have found this attachment occurring throughout my pastry-making. Ultimately, the eating always beats the looking.

101 Cookbooks - Healthy Recipe Journal The Amateur Gourmet - A Funny Food Blog with Recipes, Restaurant Reviews and More Kochhaus.de – das begehbare Rezeptbuch in Berlin Mais Olhos Que Barriga Não vou estar em Por­tu­gal durante as pró­xi­mas duas sema­nas e por isso, com muita pena minha, não vou poder acom­pa­nhar o resto do fes­ti­val Peixe em Lis­boa, nem os jan­ta­res do evento saté­lite San­gue na Guelra. Mas tive a sorte de poder estar no arran­que do San­gue, com um jan­tar mais pequeno e que foi uma novi­dade este ano: o pri­meiro Ori­gens. O sub-chefe con­vi­dado foi Yoji Tokuyoshi, que já tinha estado no pri­meiro San­gue na Guelra, no ano pas­sado, e que este ano não quis ficar longe (na foto grande, em baixo, durante um jan­tar na Taberna da Rua das Flo­res, com Paulo Barata). Ou seja, na sua segunda edi­ção, o San­gue na Guelra, pro­jecto de Ana Músico e de Paulo Barata (a empresa Amuse Bou­che), con­se­guiu a pro­eza de tra­zer a Lis­boa os sub-chefes dos três melho­res res­tau­ran­tes do mundo. Não se pense que existe aqui uma grande máquina de orga­ni­za­ção por detrás. A noite seguinte foi a do jan­tar de Yoji.

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