I deeply appreciate all the people who helped plan, bake, prep, plate, and serve. It was a symphony of smiles and laughter. From now on I'm only serving on committees where our focus is on eating.
The Sad News
Dave and I have decided to give up our commercial kitchen space. That means after December, we can no longer do large scale baking or offer a weekly special. We will, however, work on our website, to put up photos of the things we can bake if you have a private party and need someone to bake.
Stay in touch because we're always baking. I will continue to update this Starlight Bakery blog with special notes about what we are baking and my local food discoveries. The Starlight Mice will continue their adventurous mischief as well. In fact, two mice have recently returned home from a trip to Egypt.
Bries for December
This is a ready-t0-bake brie wrapped in puff pastry. Inside the pastry, the brie is topped with raspberry jam, chopped apples, and almonds.
Take it out of the freezer, bake at 400 degrees about 45 minutes (until puffed and golden). Let it sit about 15 to 20 minutes to cool the molten cheese a bit.
These keep in the freezer a long time. I recently served one I made last December. They are great to take to a party or serve as an appetizer. They also make good gifts.
I will have them available until the end of the month.
Ingredients: Brie, puff pastry, almonds, apples, raspberry jam.
We have also had requests for Starlight Mice for gifts and for holiday platters. (Actually they are really good to eat too.)
You can order these through the end of the year as well. Just send me an email and let me know when you need them.
- Ready-to-Bake Brie - $15 each
- Starlight Mice - $1.30 each
Nancy and Dave Oster, Starlight Bakers