jm chen Posted September 19, 2006 Share Posted September 19, 2006 The wedding planning has begun. Ah, delightful stress. Since it's still early, we're mostly throwing ideas at the wall and seeing what sticks. Today's idea: croquembouche. It's the French traditional wedding cake -- not cake at all, but a heap of profiteroles (tiny cream puffs) filled with custard or cream, piled up in a pyramid and decorated with spun sugar. Mostly they look like this. Has anyone seen one of these locally? Any ideas for potential providers? I'm not sure it's a good idea yet, but it's unusual, and bound to be tasty. I would do it myself if I weren't going to be busy, y'know, bride-ing. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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