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Dawna

I once had a restaurant-dessert that featured rosemary ice cream nuggets, about the size of a golf ball, encased in darkest chocolate. So delicious! I wouldn't have thought of a rosemary syrup, though - brava!

tanvi

That photograph is money! Looks so delicious. What is cake and pastry flour? Do you mean a combination of cake and pastry flours, or is there a flour that I dont know about out there?

Jess

Stunning. Methinks you'll be the best-looking blog in May, too. Dark chocolate and rosemary are two of my favorite flavors. And the ginger! This combo sounds amazing.

lyn

Tanvi:

The stuff I buy is called "cake and pastry flour" It's the same thing as "cake flour" or "pastry flour". It has shorter strands of gluten in it than does bread flour.

Dianka

What a creative combination! Looks divine!

Tanna

That syrup is so crystal clear! Chocolate and rosemary, sounds so surprising and beautiful.

Rachael

...drool.

Thalie

Ooooohhh I want it !
Why is it called a chocolat pound cake .?
Sorry, i'm french so it doesn't really mean a thing to me "pound cake", no offense ;o)
Thanks

lobstersquad

That looks highly delicious. Incredibly clear syrup. You´re good!

lyn

Thalie
pound cakes are dense, rich, buttery cakes that were traditionally made using one pound (454 grams) each of: flour, sugar, eggs, butter plus a little baking powder and maybe some vanilla. That's why they're called "pound cakes".

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