Sunday, December 11, 2011

Happy Holidays

Are you getting tangled in Holiday planning? Maybe feeling a bit crazed?
The Chocolate Mousse is here to take the hassle out of your Holidays.

Whether it is a fully catered dinner for family and friends, help with a few dishes, sweets for your sweets, or gifts of appreciation, we are here to help!

Ginger Bread House
Large: $32.50
Small: $27.00
Chocolate House

Sugar Cookie Wreath

Cookie Platter
                                                       $14.00 per pound

                                                       Pumpkin Roll
Holiday Dinner Offer

You Choose One:
Pumpkin Bisque
Citrus and Spinach Salad

You Choose One :
Lasagna (Vegetarian)
Glazed Ham
Roasted Turkey
You Choose Two:
Roasted Root Vegetables
Asparagus Medley
Green Bean Almondine
Wild Rice with Cranberries
Traditional Potato Latkes
Sweet Potato Puree

Dinner Roll
Peppermint Cream Pie

$35.00 per person
Delivery: $5.00

Orders must be in by 12/21/2010

Baskets and Gifts

Make any holiday celebration one to remember with
gourmet gifts from The Chocolate Mousse. Our selection
of gift baskets are filled with fresh, quality ingredients that
taste great. We are committed to providing personalized
service and products. Choose from a wide variety of baskets
that can include cookies, cakes, sweets, nuts, gourmet
sausage, cheeses, and more.  Let your loved ones know
how much you appreciate them. Order gourmet food
gift baskets throughout the year to help you celebrate
the special people and moments in your life.

Cookie Baking Tips

1- Read your recipe carefully:
If something is worth doing, it is worth doing right! Baking requires accuracy, so thoroughly follow the recipe.

2. Use good tools and utensils:
Assemble all the bowls, pans, and utensils you will need before starting. Use standard measuring cups and spoons.

3. Use top-quality ingredients:
You can't expect a top notch cooking using less than great ingredients. Check expiration dates of all ingredients.

4. Baking or Cookie Sheets:
The baking sheet should be either cool or room temperature when the cookie dough is placed on it; otherwise, the dough will start to melt.

5. Baking:
The Cookies should be a uniform thickness and size so they will bake evenly. Using a small scoopwill provide picture-perfect, uniform size cookies.

6. Oven temperature:
Preheat the oven 10 to 15 minutes before you begin baking cookies unless a recipe specifically calls for you to start with a cold oven.

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