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The Origin of French Dessert

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Austin Langrehr

on 11 October 2015

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Transcript of The Origin of French Dessert

French desserts and its History
The French noun
dessert
originated from the word
desservir
, or un-serve, meaning to remove what had been served. In other words,
le dessert
was set out once the table had been cleared of the dishes that made up the main part of the meal.
French desserts are commonly made from cream, custarts, and fruit. Often delicate and complex in nature, they take time to prepare.
What are some types of French desserts?
Creme Brulee
Made with whipping creme, eggs, and vanilla with the signiture topping of hard caramel.
Eclair
An oblong pastery made with choux dough filled with a cream and topped with icing. Once cooled, the pastery is then filled with a vanilla, chocolate, or coffee flavored custard.
Mousse
Typically made with egg whites and whipped cream and generally flavored with chocolate, vanilla, mint, or pureed fruit.
From after dinner treats to mainstream artictic delicacies.
Now go enjoy some French desserts!
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