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A Work of Delicious Art: Cameo Crème Brûlée By Chef Igor Grishechkin

3 days ago   |   By Honest Cooking

There are crème brûlées that are delicious. And then there are crème brûlées that are genuine works of art.
The first mention of crème brûlée in a book was in France, in 1691. Thus, French claim its origin as well as English and Spanish do. This version, made in Saint Petersburg, Russia takes this traditional recipe to a new level.
If you know Russian culture, literature, poetry, and history then you quite easily can understand Igor Grishechkin's universe. But even if not, you cannot but help being amused by his cooking's playfulness, almost as telling fairy tales to a child.
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