In Response to Re: Creme Fraiche?? Anyone have recipe & INSTRUCTIONS/ADVICE:
Gale - I've been all over the 'net and printed several different recipes for this stuff There's just no way I can afford this no matter where I buy the cream. Just the piles of strawberries s for this many people .....................
Posted by Nancy G
Yes this would be an expensive thing to make,let alone all the work involved and trying to keep it fresh.No room in the fridge.I made my SIL 25th Anniversary cake and I would never do that again.I had to buy expensive pans,worked on it several days,I made the cake top myself and had to store it at my neighbors house(single woman with an empty fridge).I Transported the cake to my SIL's the night before.On the way over I pulled down the wrong street,a little girl went right in front of my van on her bike and I had to hit the brake hard to avoid hitting her.My son was sitting in the back safeguarding the cake.Needless to say he lost his balance and he put his hand right into the cake.I laugh about it now but it wasn't too funny when it happened.I made extra frosting to assemble the cake at her house so we did some patch work and no one knew we just served around the patch work.The cake top I made was a real horseshoe that I had chrome plated.I did a floral arrangement on the one side of the shoe and finished with a bow.It did come out beautiful.Anymore when someone asks for something made I do big trays of cookies and bakery.I buy those big covered deli trays and arrange the baked goods on the tray the lid holds everything in place.much easier to transport.