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  1. Thanks for entering this into Classic French 🙂 Your creme brulee looks great.
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    • my pleasure Jen 🙂

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  5. Sounds terrific! I’m always happy to find good new creme brulee recipes.

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    • let me know if you try it!

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  6. Me too, if it’s on the menu I am having it – regardless of how full I am. I love the creamy softness of the custard and the crisp sweetness of the burnt sugar – heaven in the mouth.

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    • your words are making me drool!

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  7. I enjoy it occasionally, yours looks perfect.

    Beacuse of some of my recent guests being vegetarian, I couldn’t do your anchovy challenge in time, so I have re-posted an oldie here:
    http://theonlycin.wordpress.com/2010/07/15/anchovies-capers-and-a-few-other-things/

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    • thanks Cindy – I have had the tab open since yesterday – so very far behind in catching up.

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