Vanilla,Salted Butter Caramel and Chocolate Mousse And A Giveaway

Thursday, September 24, 2009


Vanilla, Caramel & Chocolate Mousse

When I asked Bill what he would like me to prepare for him while I am gone for a few days, his answer was an unequivocal "Mousse please!". Yes, he is a softee and I know his mom spoiled him with homemade desserts pretty much all his life so his answer did not come as a surprise. I did prepare a few things to warm up after work during the five days I'll be gone but I know Bill. When I showed him where everything was in the fridge, his eyes immediately landed on these Vanilla, Salted Butter Caramel and Chocolate Mousses. And they were all the way in the back. Of course.

So where am I going for 5 days that he needs a fridge full of goodies? San Francisco! I am attending the 2009 BlogHer conference which will be held on Saturday. I am also one of the speakers at the conference! I am so psyched about this event for so many reasons. For starters just take a look at the program here. All these amazing bloggers giving of their experience and expertise, I am honored to be among them and hope to contribute as much as they are.

Then there are all these attendees that I will finely get to meet in person and finally hug silly until they call security because Tartelette is cutting their air supply from excitement! Friends kept tweeting they wanted to meet me, well I want to meet them just as much.


Making Mousse

Last May, I was supposed to join Bill on a working trip near Jen from Use Real Butter and we immediately made the plan that I'd stay with her a few days while he'd work. That plan fell through. We were both upset at the circumstances and she asked if I'd be coming to San Francisco for BlogHer. She was. Maybe we could meet up there. This summer has been financially sucky so we were pretty much tied down not going anywhere for a long time. She emailed back the same day and said in her usual ways "Damn it Helen! You're going! Here are Frequent Flyers miles we are not using and you are sharing a room with me. Get a conference ticket and we'll figure something out."

Yes. That is the kind of chick Jen is and I am proud to call her my friend. She rocks. Period.

Man! Those tickets were hotter than the best Nutella crepes on a street cart in Paris. They sold out before I could even log on the computer. So waitlist it was. Drats! Then my name got tossed in the hat for potential speaker and the wait began. Either a ticket would come open or I'd be a speaker in which case I would not need one. Nothing happened on either front for a very long time. Then, I finally scored a ticket and three days later got an email about being a speaker (in case you are wondering, that ticket went back in the ticket pool).


Vanilla, Caramel & Chocolate Mousse

So here we are...On Friday I get to squeeze silly one of the best gals I know and on Saturday I will be talking about "Your Blog is Great…now what? Letting your blog lead the way to new opportunity". I am honored, ecstatic and nervous all at once. Sharing this panel with Jaden and Amy gives the chance to see three different people with different opportunities, different paths and at different pit stops on their careers. I have no doubt this panel will be informative and fun. Did I say I was psyched already? Ok, ok....

Well, I am not done being psyched because my friend Anita from Married With Dinner extended an invite to stay with her a couple for a few days passed the conference and of course I jumped on it! Finally we get to hang out! We have plenty of fun things planned and I can't wait to tell you about it through pictures and emotions. There will be plenty of dinners, lunches and stories shared with friends and strangers and I hope to post a few fun shots while I am gone.

I know by now you must be pretty tired about me gushing about the next five days, so I will shut up and give you back some of the "good schtuff" I am lucky to experience everyday by hosting a little giveaway.

Aprons sample, for more colors and motifs, check The Hip Hostess website.

To win one of these adorable demi style aprons by The Hip Hostess (winner's choice) all you have to do is leave a comment on this post between Thursday September 24th and Sunday September 27th, midnight Eastern Time. My dear husband will draw the winner at random and I will put her/him in contact with The Hip Hostess to pick the preferred demi style apron. But that's not all! Deborah from The Hip Hostess generously offers all the readers of Tartelette a 15% discount on any order throughout October 15th 2009. Use the promo code TART (all caps) at check out. Very cool!

Enter Jen's to win an Ipod Nano and enter here to win a fabulous apron handmade by The Hip Hostess, so you can bake and groove in style. And no, we did not plan it, would not have worked, ahah!

Now you can understand why I loaded the fridge with tons of good things for Bill to eat while I am gone. I am sad he won't be able to walk around SF with me but I know he is not yet prepared for a room full of people saying "Oh my god it's you!" and hugging you every 5 minutes. He said mousse was just fine. Especially one that starts with a soft and silky Bavarian cream and combines delicious layers such as vanilla, salted butter caramel and chocolate...

Vanilla, Caramel & Chocolate Mousse

Vanilla, Salted Butter Caramel and Chocolate Mousse:

Serves 4 to 6 depending on the size of your ramekins

Notes: you want to prepare the caramel part of this triplr mousse first as it needs to cool down properly before being incorporated to the rest of the base.

For the caramel:
1/2 cup (100gr) sugar
2 tablespoons (30ml) water
1/2 teaspoon fleur de sel or fine sea salt
1/4 cup (60ml ) heavy cream
2 teaspoons (10gr) unsalted butter

For the chocolate:
4 oz (120gr) dark semisweet chocolate

For the vanilla mousse base:
4 egg yolks
1/4 cup (50 gr) sugar
1 cup (250 ml) whole milk
1/2 vanilla bean
1 Tb (7gr) powdered gelatin, sprinkled over 3 Tb water
1 cup (250ml) heavy cream

Prepare the caramel:Place the sugar and water in a medium heavy bottomed saucepan and bring to a boil over high heat. Continue to cook until caramel in color. Remove from the heat and add the salt, heavy cream and butter. Stir with a wooden spoon until completely smooth. Let cool to room temperature.

Prepare the chocolate:
In a medium bowl set over a pan of simmering water, melt the chocolate until smooth. Remove from the heat and let cool to room temperature.

Prepare the mousse base:
In a large bowl, whisk the egg yolks with the sugar until very pale. In the meantime, in a large saucepan set over medium heat, bring the milk and the vanilla bean (split open and scraped over the milk) to a boil. Slowly pour the milk over the yolks, whisking constantly. Pour the mixture back into the saucepan over medium low heat and cook until the cream coats the back of a spoon (as if making creme anglaise). Add the softened gelatin and stir until melted completely into the cream. Let cool to room temperature.
Whip the heavy cream to soft peaks and fold it into the cooled cream base. Divide the base into three equal portions (one will stay untouched).

Assemble:
Add a couple of tablespoons of the base to the caramel to lighten it a bit and stir with a spoon. Gently fold the rest of the alloted mousse base into the caramel with a spatula.
Do the same for the chocolate portion.
Layer all three parts evenly into dishes or ramekins and refrigerate for an hour.

428 comments:

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thereddeer said...

Love your blog, love the photography, love the mousse, love the aprons! Love it all!

lisa (dandysugar) said...

Have a fantastic time in SF! You will have a blast for sure! It's wonderful that you are speaking at the conference. Wish I were able to attend. Gorgeous mousse!

Amy said...

Chocolate and salted caramel, can we put it in a to go cup and call it a day?

Adrienne said...

Ooh, have a fantastic time with Jen in SF! I have her to thank for finding your blog...

Rebecca said...

I love those aprons! And the mousse looks delicious.

Caroline said...

Your mousse is gorgeous! I would love to win an apron, also!

Tina said...

OMG - I love the cherry apron so much. It's so adorable.
I would love to win one!

Erin said...

Having to test out a new apron would be the perfect reason to start making mousse again (:

The Ellsies said...

Thanks for the give away, and I'm jealous about the conference!

♥peachkins♥ said...

Have fun at the conference.. I always love these little cute spoons. The mousse looks like it's too cute to eat.

phoebe said...

those aprons are adorable! i think i might have to get myself one even if i dont win ^^

nikki said...

Those aprons are so cute! And the mousse looks delicious :)

Angie said...

I cannot wait to make this delectable dessert!! And the aprons are adorable. :) I wish I was going to San Fran too, I would love to learn more about how to make a blog successful.

Deppified said...

San Francisco - that's my town! Be sure to try desserts at Citizen Cake, and head over to Berkeley to eat at Chez Panisse if you can!

wildchildwu said...

OoOooOohHhHhHHh!!! I wannnnnnt!! :D

Mel said...

If only I could get my boyfriend to eat moussey things. Perhaps if I cooked some up in one of those lovely aprons... ;)

Cindy said...

If I won I'd pick the Cherry Me apron print. Love your blog!

Sarah said...

Awww, those are adorable!

toontz said...

Great news on getting into Blog Her. Good luck and have fun! That mousse is gorgeous and looks delicious.

Nags said...

something about layered desserts makes me swoon! :)

Skychio said...

You never disappoint your readers. Looks delicious!

Julia said...

oh how cute! and as usual everything looks delicious....

Melanie said...

I think that the aprons are so cute. I want to say that your photos of the food our fabulous!

Carolyn said...

those aprons are lovely, just like everything on your site!

Shoe Gal said...

I cannot wait to make these delicious goodies! Yum, yum, yum!

The aprons are just the perfect thing to wear while making these little cups of mousse, too!

Scrapamum said...

You have the best most delicious recipes. I love your blog.
And... aren't those aprons adorable.

Michele P. said...

the mousse looks yummy! And those aprons are darling as well!

micaela6955 at msn dot com

Yen Learns to Cook! said...

mmm that looks delicious! the aprons itself are pretty darn cute too!

paula said...

I'm tossing my name in the hat.

The Lovells said...

cute, cute, cute!

Jami said...

Beautiful posts..and lovely aprons! :)

michelle said...

mmm those look so good.

Micco said...

Ohh, how I've always lusted after these aprons...

The Hobbit said...

San Francisco sounds like fun to me.I'll be vacationing in Charleston this year.Will the apron help with the mousse?Than surely I need one.

stephjune said...

Salted caramel ANYTHING is amazing :)

Shan Shea said...

your photos are beautiful and mouth-watering!
and the aprons are adorable!

Anna said...

The mousse and aprons both look fabulous!

Megan said...

Woah, I love the salted caramel layer! I'd love to make these using some clear glasses like you did :)

www.DE HARINA Y DE MAIZ.com said...

Have a great trip to San Francisco!! Whenever you get a chance please tell us about your conference for all us bloggers that can't be there! Enjoy!!

www.deharinaydemaiz.com

Alexandra said...

Wow! Now that is fate! What a fabulous big hearted gal, Jen is the definition of Friend...
I wish you well at the convention! (so near, yet so far...I'm in Tacoma, WA)

Marie said...

The mousse looks delish. And have fun at BlogHer :D

Emily said...

OOoh, I love all your photos. They are so delicious looking and beautiful. I would love to win one of these pretty aprons.

Alix Taylor said...

When does your cookbook come out? Have been thinking about buying an apron recently. Would be great to win one.

Esme said...

The aprons are adorable. You changed your blog I notice.

chocolateandcroissants at yahoo dot com

Sarah said...

Have fun! Love the mousses...they are gorgeous. Sarah in New Zealand.

Anne said...

I really wish I could be there too! I'll comfort myself with your mousse... and maybe I'll win an apron, too! :)

Stephanie said...

You should just close the contest now because I'm totally going to win :)

Toby said...

Oh, that looks delicious, and the aprons are so cute!

Demara said...

that is beautiful mousse!! WISH i could bake like that...and sure you can enter me into the apron giveaway...I LOVE the black and white one!!!

Azúcar said...

Those aprons are almost too beautiful to use. I said almost.

blissfullydelicious said...

Would love to win one of these gorgeous aprons! Thanks ;-) Yudith

teresa said...

Yummy! Beautiful aprons! teresa942@gmail.com

Mary said...

I love them!!

Mary G.

fairywine said...

Looks absolutely divine! Have fun at the con~!

Joyce said...

i love the aprons and the mousse is yummy looking. xoxo

Messy Kitchen, Frazzled Cook said...

Wow, I am totally amazed by your blog. And your creations! Wish I was going to SFO just to meet you.

Ellemay said...

I love those aprons! Is international shipping included?

Moonberryjuice said...

Those desserts look soo nice!!! Wish i could take a bite!

love the aprons too,i dont have one yet so here is to hoping i win something for once in my life :P

simi523 said...

Hope you enjoy the conference. Make sure you do some sight-seeing. I live here and I still do it. You are inspiring as always.

Christina said...

This is the Dessert I didnt know I was waiting for!! Thanks a lot!
I am going to try it right away and make it for "the girls" on my birthday next week! thanks so much!

shaz said...

Wow! Sounds like you're in for a weekend full of good things - so wonderful to read about how it all came together for you.

Can't wait to hear about your adventures when you get back.

Claire said...

Looks delicious and your photos are as stunning as ever. The approns look super cute. Fingers crossed

viktbloggen said...

Lovely aprons that sure would make my fall cooking more fun!

Coconut and Vanilla said...

Hi Helen,

I'm following your blog for so long now, but I'm always too shy to write. You really inspire(d) me with your great photography and delicious recipes. So far I created a own food blog this summer.
Anyway your mousse just looks perfect and is on the head of the to-do-food-list.

Have a good time in San Francisco!

rt said...

me me me!!! I would like to have one too :P

Adi said...

Thank you for the giveaway!!

Flo Bretzel said...

Love the aprons...and the mousse au chocolat too.
Have a nive trip in San Fran and viele Grüsse aus München!

Kristin said...

I'm feeling vicarious excitement. I can just imagine you & Jen sharing a room. Hope you get SOME sleep.

The Hip Hostess said...

We're simply delighted and totally flattered to be featured on Tartelette.You have definitely captured the sweet side of life with your amazing photos. Thanks a bunch for all the sweet talk, Merci!

marzipanmom said...

Have a wonderful trip!

Nichole said...

Love your blog! Your photos are amazing.

Rhonda said...

Three flavors of mousse, Bill is so lucky. The aprons are great as I love that site and planning a birthday gift to my SIL who collects them. Have fun in SF.

Heather Mayes said...

This would be such a treat for my parents-in-law, coming tonight!

eml13 said...

The mousse looks outrageously delicious, and the aprons are adorable! Thanks for the wonderful post, and have a great trip!

Mel said...

Oh man. Curse you, grad school, for giving me homework to interfere with my chance to make this mousse RIGHT NOW!

FrancisMoore said...

I love the aprons and would like to win one. F. Moore

J said...

Those aprons are absolutely adorable, and even though I never win anything like this, I'll still throw my hat in the ring. Enjoy the conference!

sammysweettooth said...

I haven't made mousse in years, I'd love to make it in one of those cut aprons!

Sarah said...

Wow, that mousse dessert looks fabulous and is definitely something I'll be trying!
*The aprons are simply adorable too!*

Kristen said...

Have a great time in CA. I'm a little bit jealous. All those headliners! Including you.

amande et miel said...

C'est magnifique !!!

Your blog is so fabulous...

imagineannie said...

Have a wonderful time in SF - and I hope my husband never sees this post, because he'll be expecting me to leave him mousse....

C. said...

Love the triple layer mousse...now I have to get glass ramekins. Love the aprons too.

Robin said...

I so wish i could go to blogher, although at this point my only friends in the food bloging world were my friends before as well. Your speech sounds wonderful, I am sure everyone will enjoy it. have a blast, I know you will.

-Robin

Megan said...

Ooo! I love the turquoise apron... the black and white is very cute too!

Estie said...

Have a great trip! Can't wait to make these!

Sarah said...

Whoa! Your blog comments exploded!

I'm going to have to try this mousse, I made the mascarpone mousse the other day though and it didn't work, I think I let the egg yolks cook when I was mixing. Arg!

kari said...

I love aprons! I have some made by my grandmother including a child-sized one she made for me about 40 years ago! I'd love to add one of these to the collection.

JessW said...

I hope your trip is as wonderful as those desserts look! Have a lovely time~

sarah.shafer said...

Great blog! And those aprons are adorable!

Dawn said...

Bonjour! I just got a new roommate 3 weeks ago - he's from Paris and he asked me where to buy ramkins for a dessert he wants to make, but I haven't found any to his liking yet. Do you have any suggestions of good places to get them? I always see such beautiful ones on your blog! (PS, the aprons are awesome!) Merci beaucoup!

StinaRie said...

Your blog makes my thighs AND eyes grow.
It's to freaking pretty!

Rachelle said...

OMG! I'm glad it's impossible to gain weight from "looking" at food photos. My sweet tooth is drooling at your pics.

Looking forward to meeting you in San Fran!

--Rachelle
aka @Travelblggr

Jan said...

love the cute aprons! have a blast on your trip... ok ill admit it... im a little jelous!

Lindsay said...

The mousse looks so perfect. I definitely feel inspired.

jaizee said...

Love anything with salted butter!

Abbey said...

Those aprons are so cute! I don't own an apron but have lately been on the search for a cute one.

miah said...

cute aprons!

Amanda Su-Lin said...

The mousse and the aprons look great! Have a good trip.

dayna said...

these look divine!

Wish I could attend BlogHer, too! Have a great time!

cruis3r said...

I just followed a link from Dee (Pioneer Woman) and hopefully my day will now be doubly-lucky!

Have a great time at the conference!

Jennifer said...

What lovely aprons and lovely mousse, too!
Jennifer

Girl Talk said...

Your photos are amazing! I wish I had the technique you do! Also, can you teach me how to make French macarons!?

lelaine said...

I love making your deserts, thank you so much for sharing them with everyone! The aprons are adorable!

Sheesha said...

Send A Philly gal one of those uber hip aprons! :)

nutmegnanny said...

Those little cups of mousse look delicious! I love the giveaway you are hosting, my fingers are crossed:)

delightfullysweet said...

Your mouse and the aprons are adorable!
Have a great time in San Francisco!

(No Can Do) said...

have fun in the bay area! go to chez pannise.

Claudia said...

Oh, my, these aprons are the sweetest thing!

Thank you for the giveaway!

Ashley said...

Have a great time in SF! I'm not a bit envious (yeah, right). These aprons are precious.

skip said...

mmm...mousse!

Kelly Shriver said...

Everyone loves aprons. And caramel mousse.

sweet-tooth said...

crossing my apron stringsXX

Ella Bella Floral said...

That mousse looks delicious...and with salted butter caramel...you really do know what's best! I'm also loving those aprons

Helen said...

how exciting!

daveNsarah said...

Adorable aprons, AND yummy stuff. I <3 reading your blog!

lvsena said...

Beautiful is the word that's coming to my mind!!!

The aprons are really pretty as well!

Stephanie said...

Love these! So cute!

Clabby said...

I've been racking my brains all week as to what to make for dessert on Sunday - these are just what I need. Enjoy SF.

MP said...

Your photos are beautiful and recipes sound divine...now if I only had the time. :)

Koobear said...

Cute Aprons!

Lostgirl said...

That mousse looks amazing! I can't wait to try it. Those aprons are awesome. I think I just might have to check out the website! Have fun at BlogHer!

Asha @ FSK said...

Hey Helen,

As always gorgeous presentation! :)
Btw, where in the US (I am in New York) can I buy the Greengate spoons? They are soooo lovely!!! I tried online but most of the retailers are in Europe!

Thanks
Asha

WickedCookie said...

Those layers in that mousse are gorgeous! I need some sweet little bowls like that.

And- Squee! Lovely aprons!

Stephanie said...

These look heavenly!!!

Thao Phan said...

the recipe sounds great!!!!!! It's definatly a must try! I love all of your mouse.. keep them coming!!!

Julie said...

great giveaway idea... you're right about those aprons being adorable!

Zahra said...

omg that looks TOO GOOD :o **drools**

cottonshrinks said...

Thanks for the giveaway! Have fun in SF!

Carrie said...

Wow, these aprons almost look too pretty to use!!

Nicole said...

Wow, those aprons are rad. And I suddenly have a craving for salted caramel. Hmm. Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway!

Yaniris said...

I love your blog! It makes me want to stay home all day and recreate what you've done!

caroline said...

What a beautiful dessert! And the apron is gorgeous, too!

Nadia said...

Helen, have a wonderful time with your friends, and I'm sure Bill will not be hungry with your scrumptious little surprises left in the fridge.!!!

Jelli Bean said...

What cute aprons! So modern and chic! I'd love to win one.

Becs said...

I love those aprons, especially the blue one! Fingers crossed!

Veganista said...

The mousse looks amazing....I wish I could eat eggs and milk

tammy said...

adorable aprons! love the pink sorbet.

Valerie said...

That mousse looks amazing. I want to buy little glasses especially for this recipe! I copied it!! And I'd love to ge included in the giveaway.

Zebbie said...

Oh. my. gosh. this dessert looks absolutely delicious! I have to have one now even though it is 10:20 PM and I don't have half of the ingredients in my house...

Mrs. B said...

I am hoping to finally meet you at BlogHer Food. Several years ago you were kind enough to do a recipe testing for my book, The World Is a Kitchen. So many food bloggers participated in that endeavor, and most I only know through the internet. Your, and their, generosity overwhelmed me and I still carry that joy in my heart. Getting to meet such generous people like you will be wonderful. I hope to be able to say hello and thank you, in person.
Susan Brady, aka Mrs B from Eating Suburbia

Truc said...

Beautiful..as always!

Sabrina Ko said...

Congrats on speaking at the BlogHer conference. They couldn't have picked a better speaker. Let me know if you want any tips for where to eat in SF.

Melissa Z. said...

Those aprons are adorable, but I'm absolutely in love with that mousse.

Lambie's Family said...

You're wonderful! Your hubby is such a lucky man!

Andrew's Mom said...

Aprons are beautiful as is everything you make. When can we order/pre-order your cookbook???

Alexandra said...

Definitely adorable!

Meghan said...

The mousse is so beautiful!!! The layers look perfect, and I'm sure the combination of salted caramel and chocolate is amazing. I love those aprons too!

Lindsey said...

I find your blog the most compelling off all the baking blogs. I absolutely love reading your written words and learning new techniques/recipes. I also love those aprons.

Lindsey said...

I absolutely love your baking blog; it's by far the most compelling of all the baking forums I've read. I also love your attention to detail, your technique, and above all your recipes. I also love the aprons.

Meg said...

Your culinary creations never cease to make my mouth water - I can't wait to see each new one!

Tonii said...

Looks fantastic! I'm taking this one with me on vacation to wow my DH...wish me luck!

Jenny said...

The aprons look BEAUTIFUL!

Lisa said...

Absolutely love this website. I have learned so much from reading it. Have a wonderful time on your trip!

Laurel said...

Adorable aprons!
I hope everyone has a great time at the BlogHer conference this weekend. It promises to be an incredible weekend... :-)

Lael said...

I want that! (Do I mean the mousse or the apron? BOTH)

reesha76 said...

Those are beautiful!!! And the mousse looks YUMMY! I was on Whisk Kid then popped over to Jens site and then found you from Whisk Kid.

Glad I stopped by!

SF has a ton of great presenters today!

Laura Evrard said...

Mmm! This looks so delicious. Salted caramel is a favorite of mine.

Annie said...

Those aprons are like the cutest things in the world! My sister recently got me one in Japan which I love!

Em said...

What!? Helen, you are in San Francisco now?
I wasn't aware of this conference and looks like the registration is over already, but I would love to meet you in person if you have time. You have no idea how much inspirations I get from your site!

Bonbon Oiseau said...

wow helen! i am so happy for you and proud of you!!! i wish the conference was in ny but you must be speakingtoday, maybe even RIGHT NOW!!! hooray for you helen, you deserve it!!

christa said...

love your photography and recipe! :)

Erin said...

Again, your food looks absolutely delectable. And the aprons are very pretty. Thank you for the giveaway!

Steph said...

Love, love, love your blog! Planning to work on macarons during some time off this fall (around the demands of a newborn). These aprons are gorgeous!

Jessica said...

Congrats! I hope you have a fantastic time in SF and be sure to tell us all about it!

And thank you for the giveaway opportunity. The "a la Mode" aprons are adorable. I just can't decide between black and avocado though!

Beth said...

I love your blog and can't wait to try the Vanilla,Salted Butter Caramel and Chocolate Mousse .

Beth

Carissa said...

I will be making these in the near future.

Valerie said...

I joined the Daring Baker's challenge after seeing all of your lovely creations. I have nowhere near your level of talent, but I am trying my best to get there one day. Anyway, keep it up - you're amazing! :-) Valerie (vwoods2008 AT gmail DOT com)

Wendy said...

That recipe looks amazing... and the aprons are cute too! Have a great time at the conference - sounds like fun :)

Fátima said...

Maravilhosa mousse e lindo avental! :))

Rennie said...

The aprons are so pretty! And the mousse looks delicious.

Alyson said...

Oh man - you had me at salted caramel. Nom!

Jessica said...

I would just like to say that I frequent literally dozens of food blogs and the photography on yours is some of the best I've seen! Not to mention your recipes are always wonderful and I love to try them :D

Devonshire said...

I love seeing all of your creations and desserts. I am a pastry chef too and it is always fun to see what others are making and creating.

Judy@nofearentertaining said...

Love that mousse but those aprons are adorable!!! I would love to be the winner of one of those!

S.J.L. said...

I love your macaron recipes. They're inspiring!

Lori said...

I wish I could be at that conference in my most favorite city! Congrats to you. I would so love to hear you speak.

The aprons are adorable. I now am crossing my fingers.

tiramizu said...

mantab uey.,.,.,.,.:) :)

Stacey said...

Thanks for the delicious and creative recipes. I'll definitely be making this recipe soon:)

cocoamango said...

San Francisco is my all time favorite city! I hope you have a great time on the west coast!

Grimmy said...

Hoping you a safe trip and much fun. I'd also love to have an apron.
darlabeck(at)yahoo(dot)com

Abby said...

The aprons are beautiful!

I think my little boy would LOVE mousse! Should I make him some and set him on the same path as your Bill's mother set him?! HA.

KarlandBethany said...

what a "sweet" wife you are! the mousse looks amazing! ;-)

Y said...

Very excited for you! Wish I could be there also :) That mousse just looks ridiculously good. I might have to make it for my B one day :)

Muglinka said...

yolks for the mousse, whites for the macarons! guess i'll just have to make both :) have a wonderful time in california!

Wolf said...

Dear Tartlette-

As a fellow Daring Baker, I feel that you simply MUST come to SW Virginia immediately after the conference and make these for me.

I insist. Yupyup.

Felicia said...

ooh ooh me!

Sanna said...

Oh, the mousse looks SO delicious, I'll definitely have to try that :)
And the aprons are super-cute! I'd love to win one.

cathy2809 said...

That mouse looks divine! I may need to try that! The apron are very cute, would love one of those too!

mywingsaremadeoffaith said...

oh, those aprons are beautiful!!

Cherish said...

What great aprons! I would love the Avocado a la mode or Cherry Me!

Sofram said...

i like them alot.. i hope i can have one of your oprons..

Lindindin said...

oh, those look absolutely delicious. i must try them out once i am better again..

Aubrey said...

Wow. I want an apron in every color and style... I do know, however, that I'll be purchasing these as my bridesmaid gifts! So adorable... and the mousse will be made tonight for dessert. My fiance' will be so delighted! Thank you as always!

mango said...

cute aprons! hope I win one :)

decadent cookie said...

first up, love your blog! my mom is a huge apron wearer and always harasses me for not wearing one in the kitchen, I would love one of these for her. thanks!

gooden.32 said...

I am COMPLETELY in love with these aprons! I want one so bad!

Amy A said...

I just love these aprons! So cute and I am sure just as functional!

Amy A said...

I love these aprons! So cute and just as functional!

Rachel said...

This post has so many of my favourite things: SF, salted butter caramel, vanilla and chocolate!

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