Thursday, April 1, 2010

Cremè Brûlèe, a thing of joy.

Last night my sister-in-law, Jenny, made the most amazing Cremè Brûlèe for my brother Konner's birthday dinner. And. it. was. AMAZING!  
Torching it. 

Careful, it's hot. ;)
Yummy, I wish it wasn't already gone. 

What Jenny makes we eat! It's that simple. 
And yes, it makes us very happy. 

Finished product!

It's a good thing I took the pictures when I did because in like 2 minutes they were all gone. :) 

As I've mentioned in more detail in my recent post, I've put this print up for auction to raise support for the members of this year's team. All the proceeds will go straight to the SEA 2010 team. Bid on this framed (black frame), display-ready image of Donner Lake by clicking here. If you click back a few post you will actually see several more post about the ministry opportuninty I'm referring too. 

Signing off for today. God bless your socks off,

Capture. Create. Discover.
Something Amazing!


  1. yummmmmm....Creme Brulee is pretty much my favorite dessert, EVER. That looks delish!

  2. The pictures are just as wonderful as the dessert. Thank you Britton and Jenny.


  3. I like the torchlight in the pic above the one with the strawberries! All of them look delicious.

  4. Ooh! Creme Brulee-dessert of the gods. That's what I say. Looks fabulous!

  5. Well thanks a lot, Britton, for torturing me nearly to death with these pictures. Haha... great photos.

  6. HAHA. Glad you all like them as much as I do! lol.

  7. Who's in favor of the scratch-and-sniff idea for these? lol

  8. hahahahahahahahhahahahaha.. yes scratch and sniff:)
    i'm still mad at Konner for not saving me one...

  9. Matt Felber said...If you think Jenny's Creme Brulee looks good, you should taste the Greek Baklava she makes. Look out Nick & Iris @ the NEVERONSUNDAY Greek Restaurant, you've met your match!