Andes mints were scattered throughout the entire cup. Lemon mints were picked from my garden.
Ps. Since i wasn't fast enough for the chocolate hearts i made yesterday, i made sure that i had these SUPER YUMMY mousse. If you are interested in making this, all you have to do is to check out the tutorial videos on YouTube or simply Google a recipe. There are plenty...Treat yourself with this dessert and your love ones...soooooooooo good!
Thank you so much...indeed, balance colors are important, for me, dark chocolate must be matched with something cool and light and not confrontational, that was the reason why i used cool gray and light blue to bounce off the heaviness of dark brown.
MyFace123Featured By OwnerMar 31, 2014Student Digital Artist
Wow, another fine (and delicious looking) treat. You have talent! The mint, behind the cherry, creating a delicate topping. The amazing little chips of cookie, I believe, or some sort of mint treat, which add nothing but beauty (and probably flavor). The amazing foam-like chocolate light-brown topping on the dark-brown drink. The incredible dark-brown drink of the mint mousse is beautifully dark, and divine. The glass, perfect for this sort of drink, just so amazing. The mint-tasting treats at the bottom of the glass, was pure genius, it adds quite the astonishment and amazement into a person's mind. The table it has been set on is perfect for this sort of drink, you have such talent, congratulations. ~Your dear fan
i heard people say that all the time "i burn my baked goods all the time!" to be honest, i can't understand the reason why would anyone burn their cookies, cupcakes, cakes and lists goes on and on...
baking is all about science, as long as all the "components" all matched up, you shall never burn them ever again. a working oven, your leavening agents is current, and baking time is set correctly, that's about it!
To be fair, I burned the cookies because I thought that the "cake test" theory would work the same for cookies. So, I stuck a cake tester into a batch of cookies and thought that if it came out clean that it meant they were baked properly, but the tester came out tacky each and every time. Naturally, I thought that the cookies weren't done and kept in longer which in turn made the bottoms burnt and hard as a rock, lol. This is why I'm not trusted with baking.
thank you for sharing your baking experience with me, i must admit i have never heard people "test" the doneness when baking cookies...to avoid the bottoms getting burnt and hard, you could do the followings - 1) place the baking rack in the middle of the oven or 2) some merchants sells the insulted cooking baking sheet, no burns ever! or 3) bake with a silk pad or 4) lastly if you do not have the insulted baking sheet or silk pad, you could always double up the aluminum foil.