Croquembouche
Literally named "crunch in the mouth," croquembouche is an edible monument of caramelized pastry. Todd Coleman
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St. Honoré. Croquembouche. Crrrrroissant. Delicious pastries all, but if you aren’t up on your French lessons, not the easiest to shout across the pastry counter off the top of your head. Enter your professeur de français, Dominique Ansel.

Once you have a handle on pronouncing them, go make them. Follow this way for all our French dessert recipes, including eclairs, tarte tatin, ile flottante, and a towering croquembouche.

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