Recipe: Flambe Showstopper Baked Alaska

Flambe Showstopper Baked Alaska

Baked Alaska - this website provides a great explanation of how to flambe the cake.

Baked Alaska – A flaming dessert for Valentine’s Day

Baked Alaska on fire!  Just Add Fire: 8 Recipe Ideas Sure To Go Up In Flames - tricks and tips on using fire.

Baked Alaska on fire! Just Add Fire: 8 Recipe Ideas Sure To Go Up In Flames - tricks and tips on using fire.

Serving dishes that are flambe add an awesome experience for the customer, but it also adds a level of dangers. Obviously, a guest could suffer an injury on a flaming dish. In most cases, injuries occur when the staff is improperly trained. Make sure that all employees are well trained on how to serve the flambe food to ensure the safety of the guest.

Serving dishes that are flambe add an awesome experience for the customer, but it also adds a level of dangers. Obviously, a guest could suffer an injury on a flaming dish. In most cases, injuries occur when the staff is improperly trained. Make sure that all employees are well trained on how to serve the flambe food to ensure the safety of the guest.

Flaming Baked Alaska Cupcakes - possibly the HOTEST cupcakes on the web. (hehe)

Flaming Baked Alaska Cupcakes

Flaming Baked Alaska Cupcakes. I was the only kid in 9th grade whose favorite dessert  was baked Alaska.  ****I want these for my birthday if I can't have the full version****

Flaming Baked Alaska Cupcakes

Flaming Baked Alaska Cupcakes. I was the only kid in 9th grade whose favorite dessert was baked Alaska. ****I want these for my birthday if I can't have the full version****

The name 'Baked Alaska' was coined at Delmonico's Restaurant by their chef-de-cuisine Charles Ranhofer in 1876 to honor the recently acquired American territory.Both the name 'Baked Alaska' and 'omelette à la norvégienne'/'Norwegian omelette' come from the low temperatures of Alaska and Norway.  February 1 is Baked Alaska Day in the United States.

The name 'Baked Alaska' was coined at Delmonico's Restaurant by their chef-de-cuisine Charles Ranhofer in 1876 to honor the recently acquired American territory.Both the name 'Baked Alaska' and 'omelette à la norvégienne'/'Norwegian omelette' come from the low temperatures of Alaska and Norway. February 1 is Baked Alaska Day in the United States.

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