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  • on October 03, 2011

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    A never fail stunning dessert that brings the WOW factor to the end of a meal. Everyone will think you are a genius!! I serve the dessert on small white china plates with a sprig of mint and several ripe red raspberries along side.
    My husband and I think Laura Calder is the very best chef on any television network.

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  • on July 03, 2011

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    Awesome and easy. My kids and I use to order this dessert when we lived in Manhattan at Cafe Deville (sadly now closed). It was called Chocolate Volcano. Kids love to help make it!!

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  • on June 23, 2011

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    This caught my attention and I made it immediately -- HUGE success and SO easy. I added a bit of Cointreau and Kahlua the next time and nobody seemed to mind that! Makes the chocolate separate, but one day I'll get it down!

    Also, I use Lindt Chocolate bars with Sea Salt or Intense Orange -- off the shelf -- and add a dash of cayenne and a tsp of finely ground coffee to the chocolate.

    And I LOVE Laura Calder!

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