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Tangerine and Marcona Almond Crème Brûlée
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Written by George Harrison, and performed on The White Album, 'Savoy Truffle' is a paean to his friend Eric Clapton’s enduring fondness for chocolate. Indeed, the song’s title, and many of the lyrics derive, not from LSD-inspired flights of fancy, but from the confections found in a Mackintosh’s Good News assortment. Ginger Slings and Pineapple Hearts were considered quite the height of sophistication in the heady days of 1968. This recipe pays its respects to two of the chocolates mentioned in the song: Montelimar and Creme Tangerine.
A light port will slip down nicely. Serve it chilled.
Typical values per serving:
This recipe was first published in May 2008.