Edible Yule Log

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Lily
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Edible Yule Log

Postby Lily » 19 Dec 2011, 14:50

This is a Swiss (biscuit) roll, filled with chocolate (and jam) and coated with chocolate cream frosting.
You cut off the two ends and re-attach them, make the frosting look like bark.... the works.

found some mighty stag and pentagram decorations too!
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Re: Edible Yule Log

Postby D'Arzhur » 19 Dec 2011, 16:29

In France we have the "buche de Noel" and it looks pretty much like yours with all kind of fillings imaginable !
But your idea of cutting the 2 ends and sticking them back that way is great :applause:

Any chance for a pic or two of the stag decoration?
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Re: Edible Yule Log

Postby fulbert-avebury » 19 Dec 2011, 17:04

Looks wonderful; wish they could be shipped!

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Re: Edible Yule Log

Postby Lily » 19 Dec 2011, 18:14

Any chance for a pic or two of the stag decoration?
it's right there my friend, little sugar reindeer, two of them

p.s. not my idea, comes out of a time-honored classic cookbook almost all housewifes used to have here ;)
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