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Monday, April 16, 2007

99. My Wedding Chocolate Cups

















































I made Chocolate cups for my wedding dinner, but used raspberries instead of strawberries. I do not have a picture on hand, but when I do, I will post it up. But here's what they look like with strawberries...
I layered the inside with vanilla sponge, brandied cherry syrup, pitted dark cherry and 70% dark Belgium chocolate mousse, and topped it off with white chocolate icing, duo chocolate 'cigars' and a fresh berry.
The guests were so happy, some brought extra home in take away boxes the hotel provided! No wastage. Yay!

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