LE CAFE-LABO: Classic Cakes (3)


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The name of this particular cake is “LEGERE” which means “light” (as opposite to “heavy”), feminine form in French. And it certainly looks vey feminine to this old macho geezer. If you want to know why, you might better ask Taste Memory Girl, Rowena and Julie!

The core is cream cheese perfumed with citronelle and contains new orange jelly.
It is coated with cream cheese blanc-mange lacquered with New Summer Orange (Shizuoka orange variety) coulis, and topped with pieces of sable biscuits.

It just melts inside your mouth with a complex flavour mixture. Very popular with ladies (I’m not being heavy on the subject! LOL)!
Alright, the next cake will be for the men!

LE CAFE-LABO
424-0886 Shizuoka City, Shimizu Ku, Kusanagi, 46
Tel.: 054-3441661
Also available at Isetan Dept. Store, Shizuoka City, Aoi Ku, Shichiken-Cho

3 thoughts on “LE CAFE-LABO: Classic Cakes (3)”

  1. OH MY! That certainly does look light and feminine (I’ve always had a weakness for the dome shapes rather than the square/rectangular ones). I have 2 dome-shaped moulds…just in case I needed to make a “bachelor cake” for my remaining single guy friend one day. Bacholerette cakes don’t need any specific forms, but then I’m straying off topic arenn’t I? 😆

    Monsieur Robert-Gilles, I have posted photos of the shiso plants as I had promised. They are doing fine, thank you!

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