12.12.2008

Christmas Breakfast- BMC 2008


Menu:
Petite Spinach Quiche
Blueberry and Cream Cheese Blintzers with Apple Or strawberry Topping
Roasted garlic Potatoes with Red & Green Bell Pepper
Cream Puffs Christmas Tree
Fresh Fruit Bowl
Fuji Apples
Hot Chocolate W/ Marshmallows, whipped cream, Cinnamon and Chocolate sticks
Coffee W/ Condiments and Hazelnut & French Vanilla Creamers
Prepping for the Cream Puffs Christmas Tree & Chocolate-dipped Strawberry Tree

To make the above Cream Puffs Tree, check out these websites:
www.baking911.com/recipes/pastry/croquembouche.htm
www.deboerfood.com/minidessert_ideabook.html
members.coz.net/jjschnebel/crqmbche.html



Before the set-up of food:



The Final Set-up with chafing dishes, and food...









Everyone received a Candy cane - with individualized holiday greeting...
Perhaps the best Yuletide decoration
Is being wreathed in smiles :)

And now these three remain:
Faith, hope and love.
But the greatest of these is love.
1 Corinthians 13
Christmas is not as much
about opening our presents
As opening our hearts.
-Jani
ce Maeditere

It is Christmas in the heart
That puts Christmas in the air.
- W.T. Ellis
May Peace be your gift at Christmas
And your blessing all year through.
May the spirit of Christmas bring you peace,
The gladness of Christmas give you hope,
The warmth of Christmas grant you love.Christmas is not as much
about opening our presents
As opening our hearts.
Merry Christmas!! :)

5 comments:

Snooky doodle said...

wow such nice decorations :)

Elizabeth said...

Hi Cherry !!

I love the cream ouff christmas tree !! Lots of work done to make it & to assemble it. Think Singapore weather is too hot to make this, all the cream will melt.

Eliz :)

Anonymous said...

for as many times as i've made your scalloped potatoes, you think i'd have the recipe memorized. but i don't. (except i do know you ate the whole thing for vespers...) please, please bring it back. my children refuse to eat any others!

i wish you well and thank you for your such wonderful recipes!

Anonymous said...

Hi Cherry,

Chance upon yr blog on the Pineapple tart that you have learn at Bukit Merah Central.

DO you mind to share with me, the contact person and company name as i would like to master the skill too. Last 2 weeks, been calling a few sch but so sad that all vancany full so got to wait for next year.

I guess that you have learn from a prof baker and not those homebaker who teaches you,right? I perfer those class than homebaker as I ever attend before...so wanna learn something different.

Drop me a email ...irenegoh2003@yahoo.com

Btw, do you have any email add instead of leaving the msg here....cant seem to find it at yr blogger... :-(

Regards
Irene

January said...

Just discovered this nice blog and the various baking. I always find difficulties in making a light sponge cake. I saw that the Jialei's sponge cake has little fat and water added. How is this sponge compared to those who has 100gm flour with 100 gm meted butter added? Which do you think is lighter? Hope to see your reply. Thanks.

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