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Chocolate Delight
 
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Chocolate Delight

A favorite from England, trifles are sponge cake and cream layered with fruit, chocolate or other ingredients and served chilled. For this wonderful trifle, chocolate cake is cubed and doused with coffee liqueur, and then it's covered with choc[...]
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Creamy Mascarpone Dessert
 
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Creamy Mascarpone Dessert

In Italy they wil just mix creamy light cheeses like mascarpone with just a bare bit of sugar, egg yolk custard, sweet spices, citrus zest, and chocolate. If you have ever tried one of these cheese desserts, you'll know that they're very good.
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Chocolate Mascarpone Mousse
 
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Chocolate Mascarpone Mousse

The deep, dark appeal of this 5-minute marvel was enough to have my neighbor, Eugene, talking to himself at the table. Servings should be small. Use a teaspoon to shape two or three small scoops of the delicate mousse on chilled plates, or spoon[...]
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