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June 23, 2009

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Amy

Such dedication! And it's great that you found another use for the delicious caramelized white chocolate. :-)

Eliana

Even though your bowl turned into a plate, I still think it looks pretty darn tastey.

macduff

Nice. You and I literally had the same experience. I set my alarm for 1am to take the meringues out of the oven. Then I was back up at 5:30. And as for working off all the calories you pack on? Been there, doing that.

Anyways, I totally sympathize with you. Your dessert looks gorgeous.

Tracey

Wow, you are super busy! Nice job on getting this made. It looks terrific, especially with the caramelized white chocolate! I'm still working on making my dacquoise today so I sympathize with you.

Cheri

Mmm... that mousseline does sound delicious! You MUST love self inflicted torture because I can't imagine staying up that late or getting up that early to make something... but then again I am still getting up for my baby.. so it's pretty hard to imagine getting up for anything else besides a wailing child. :) But, I do really wish I could try a slice of this. It looks divine!

Sugar B

That looks delicious!

Instead of sitting this one out, I made cupcakes.

One of these days, when I have more tine, I will make this dacquoise!

Erin

Wow! Such dedication to start this one at 10 pm last night! I can't even imagine. But it looks great!

Hornedfroggy of My Baking Heart

SO pretty... I can't believe you got all of that done in the amount of time you had (or didn't have, depending on how you look at it)! :)

Kim

Poor thing. I would have given up and gone to bed. Looks really good. It is hard to fit all this baking into an already filled schedule, especially during wedding season. :)

Jennifer

Wow, I can't believe your schedule. I would be exhausted. And I wish I had the will to exercise for that long!

I really enjoyed the dacquiose, but then, I do really love pineapple.

Wendy

Love the bowl turned into plate idea. I think the dacquoise would have worked well as a single layer dessert. Aren't you moving back to NY soon? So your weekends won't be as crazy (or at least not involve a lot of travel).

jenn

That's one hectic schedule. I'm amazed you got all that stuff done. The mousseline looks good. I love the addition of the fresh pineapple on top. Well done!!

Nicole (dishin')

Oh my. Your schedule just made me dizzy! I give you credit for having a blog at all never mind making delicious-looking food!

Margot

Looks fantastic, glad you found the time to make it. And wow, that is a busy schedule; if you find more hours in the day, please let me know.

Michele

Your are a very busy woman! Your dacquoise looks great though.

somethingsweetbykaren

what a schedule, i'm tired just reading about it. :P

Michelle

Great idea to use the coconut milk! It looks so tasty!

Cookin' Canuck

Wow, what a schedule! You are a glutton for punishment. Luckily, the rest of us benefit from your 10pm baking stints and your lovely blog.

ACurleeGirl

well, you certainly are dedicated! And such a lovely presentation you made after being awake until 1, and then up at 5:30! Looks yummy!

Jules

That's quite the schedule you have. And quite a nice looking treat!

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