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I must admit I never tried this desert before.  When I was a chance to make one I sneaked a bite off the trimmings.  WOw it was soo good no other desert can compare.  Bad thing about it is that it was difficult to make.  I had to make the french buttercream frosting twice.  I added the butter too soon and I got mayo soup.  I was impatient and added the butter when the yolk and syrup mixture is still warm.  The second time around the butter was too cold so I had to beat the mixture at the high speed for a little more than 10 minutes to firm up the frosting.

with cashew nuts

Covered with French Butterceam and topped with
cashew nuts.

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