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The Christmas Range
The Christmas Range
The Christmas Range
The Christmas Range
The Christmas Range
The Christmas Range
The Christmas Range
The Christmas Range
The Christmas Range
The Christmas Range
The Christmas Range
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The Christmas Range

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Buche de Noel – 8-10 Portions  

Allergens: Wheat, Egg, Milk and Soy

Velvet dark chocolate mousse with a raspberry curd and white chocolate mousse centre. Sprayed with dark chocolate and garnished with chocolate decorations and our own hand-made marshmallow. 

 

Traditional Yule Log – 6 Portions

Allergens: Wheat, Egg, Milk and Soy

Dark chocolate swiss roll filled with cherry compote and a dark chocolate mascarpone cream, decorated with cherries and chocolate.

  

Galette des Rois – 6 Portions 

Allergens: Wheat, Egg, Milk and Nuts (Almonds)

The French have been serving up galette des rois  since the 14th-century. Traditionally, it’s served on January 6th – the 12th day of Christmas – to celebrate the Epiphany, a religious feast day commemorating the arrival of the Three Kings to the manger where Jesus was born. Today, it’s eaten throughout the month of January and is simply a festive way to celebrate the new year with family and friends, regardless of religious background.

Serving Traditions

Tradition dictates that when serving galette des rois, the entire cake should be divided such that each guest receives a slice, plus an extra, symbolic slice for any unexpected visitor, or poor person, that should pass by. In this way, everyone has the opportunity to “tirer les rois,” – or “draw the kings” – from the cake.

The “king” is represented by the fève, once a fava bean, now a porcelain or plastic figurine, hidden inside the cake. The person who discovers the fève in their serving is declared le roi (the king) or la reine (the queen) and gets to wear the golden paper couronne (crown) that comes with cake. In some families, le roi or la reine gets to choose a royal counterpart and is tapped to buy the next galette des rois.

 

Mince Pies  - 6 Portions 

Allergens: Wheat, Milk, Eggs and Nuts (Almonds)

All Irish butter sweet pastry filled with brandy mincemeat and topped with frangipane, flaked almonds and dusted with sweet snow sugar.