We often have customers ask, “What is a truffle?” The simple answer is that it is a mixture of heavy cream and chocolate. The cream and chocolate are heated and melted together to create a thick mixture called ganache. Traditionally, the ganache is rolled into a spherical shape and then cover in cocoa powder or ground nuts; like hazelnuts, almonds or sometimes coconut.
For those of you do are not familiar with the Manon Sucre, they come in two different flavors: Vanilla and Coffee.
What a great weekend, and what a way to end it, with a great Christmas parade!
With the advent of Christianity and the changes in heating and cooking technologies, the tradition of the Yule Log changed from burning a large log to baking a dessert the resembles a log. The first Yule Log, Büche de Noël, recipe appeared in the 1600’s.