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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

I've tasted it



It's divine.
Bavarian Cream.
Friends are coming for Dinner.
For Dessert, Bavarian Cream with Raspberries and whipped cream laced with 22 carat Danziger Goldwasser Liqueur.
Recipe
Mix 1 cup sugar with 1 quart raspberries. Let stand for 30 minutes
Soak 2 tsp gelatin in 3 TB of water, dissolve in 3 TB boiling water, stir this into berries
when cooled fold in 2 cups whipping cream laced with Liqueur.
Pour into mold or individual serving glasses. Chill for at least 6 hours. Serve with fresh blueberries or additional raspberries.
Have a wonderful week my dear
Blogging Friends.
Gina



10 comments:

  1. Greetings from Ohio! I'm bored to death at work so I decided to check out your site on my iphone during lunch break. I enjoy the information you present here and can't
    wait to take a look when I get home. I'm amazed at how quick your blog loaded on my mobile .. I'm not even using WIFI, just 3G .
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    1. Hello African Mango, Thank you for your visit and I hope that you and your family have a joyous Christmas and Happy New Year. gina

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  2. Oh my gosh Gina.. This recipe looks delicious.
    its a must.. very easy and very attractive.
    enjoy your guests.
    wishing you a very Happy Christmas time..
    Thank you for all your kind comments on my blog ..its been a pleasure to have met you.
    looking forward to more in 2013.
    val xx

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    1. Dear Val, The pleasure is all mine. Thank you for being such a loyal reader. I always enjoy reading your blog and learning about your life in Portugal. Wishing you and your family a most enjoyable Christmas. I know that they are all coming to celebrate with you. And that is what Christmas is all about.
      ox, Gina

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  3. Hi, Gina - I'm starting to see that you have a treasure trove of very good recipes. And I am thankful that you share thee with us. I like that this one is so rich, but looks pretty easy to accomplish!

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    1. Dear Mark, You will love this recipe. It is easy and yes, rich. But remember half of the recipe consists of berries. That cuts down on the calories. But most of all it is delicious and lends itself to special holiday decorations.
      It is at this time of year when I count my blessings and am grateful to have you as a friend. I always look forward to your very special blog posts.

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  4. Hi Gina, and oh yes, that does look very devine indeed. I am trying to begin to catch up...has been a difficult 20 days, but starting to see some light~

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  5. Dear Mary, You have had a most difficult time. I am so sorry. I am also so happy to hear that everyone's health is improving. Merry Christmas to you and yours. ox, Gina

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  6. Dear Gina,
    Thank you for this wonderful recipe-- you've solved my what-to-serve-for-Christmas-Eve-Dessert-dilema! It's perfect for me and will bring memories of grad school at Cranbrook where Goldwasser is the traditional signature beverage for metalsmiths...I think it will be much nicer in this form!

    I send my warmest wishes for a beautiful Christmas to you and your family,
    Erika

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  7. Dear Erika, I'm so happy that this recipe will solve your dilema. You won't be disapointed nor will your guests. My, oh so worldly, dinner guests loved it.
    Merry Christmas to you and your family. ox, Gina

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