Saturday, September 4, 2010

Cambridge Burnt Cream Guest Post

Welcome to Lazaro's Guest Post Saturday

I was very happy and honored to be asked to guest post on one of my favorite blogs, Deana's lostpastremembered.

Hop on over for my take on the British classic dessert.

Cambridge Burnt Cream

Thank you to everyone for their sweet birthday wishes for Audi.  He sure is a cute bugger!



That's it for now...till we exchange a few words again...Peace!

15 comments:

  1. Hi Laz - on my way to check out your offering at Deana's blog :)

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  2. You know I am loving that adorable shot!...Hope you guys enjoy a fun holiday weekend, take care.

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  3. Great guest post Lazaro!
    Cambridge Burnt Cream is very delicious!

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  4. Hope you your wife and the two flurry babies (Audi looks ready for it!) have a great labor day weekend! Cheers!!!

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  5. Fantastic guest post, Lazaro! Your creme brulee looks amazing and I really enjoyed reading about its origin.

    I love how content Audi looks in that pic! :)

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  6. Ooo fun! I'm off to check out the post! Sure it's delicious. (I mean burnt cream...how could it NOT be.)

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  7. sounds like its going to be a great post! I am off to see it! And Thank you for the inspiration for my guest post series! You have inspired me on more than one occasion, and I am sure you will continue to!

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  8. OH I want to to be Audi! His life doesn't seem too hard :o) - Happy Birthday to a very happy cat. I have to go check out that cream!

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  9. Will hop on over there right now. Have a wonderful weekend with all your cuties ;-)

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  10. Great post and recipe. Love Deana's blog.

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  11. Lazaro!!!! THanks for coming by. I am intrigued to learn more about you from your profile. I love your philosophy on cooking. Though I am busy with my teaching, writing and illustrating, I was once an avid cook during my husband's long Ph.D. studies in Boston and my studies in French language. I would make my own pizza dough, bread, I would dabble into Italian soups...but now that I am done with my studies, I AM SPENT! A simple ratatouille hits the spot, or a good salad with walnuts and apples and chicken. But I will always have a love for FINE cuisine and HEY! You love the movie, Hot Fuzz too? That is one of our favorites. My husband is of Puerto Rican decent and we enjoy a good pot of arroz con gandules.....and a good movie, many of which appear on your favorites list.

    Enjoy and thank you for coming; I really enjoyed your post. Bon apétit, Anita

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  12. YOU HAVE THE PLEASURE OF BEING MARRIED TO A PUERTO RICAN TOO? BUENO!!! Oh, mine is wonderful...and his mother is a killer diller cook, you know, the kind that when you ask, "how do you make that?" and she says, "Oh, I just put a little of this and a handful of that...." But really, I do the same thing! THANKS FOR THE LINK and I am sure I will enjoy it!

    Bonne journée, Anita

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  13. WOW...anything, and I mean anything with vanilla and cinnamon is magic to me....I must try this. I also adore tomato and I can eat it everyday! You know, being Mexican, on Thanksgiving every year, my brother-in law would make mole (you probably know about it, a sauce for poultry) and he would put the chili with a hint of vanilla, chocolate, peanuts and a dash of cinnamon. Over the turkey...DANG GOOD! Some people can't imagine all of that together, but it's home to me.

    MERCI!!! Anita

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  14. oh Audi you're so adorable! Going over to check out your post now

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