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Sundae Bloody Sundae by DulcetEpicure Sundae Bloody Sundae by DulcetEpicure
Here is one of the most technical desserts which took a total of 5 hours to make (it was worth it)

So to start with is freshly made Vanilla Bean Shortbread at the bottom, Caramelised Orange, Orange & Passionfruit Ice-cream, Vanilla Bean and Caramel Chantilly Cream, Lindt 85% Dark Chocolate and and freshly made Honeycomb just for laughs... Unless you are very patient I wouldn't recommend doing this epic dessert, but it's the end of the year and I'm into overly ridiculous cooking challenges this time of the year


All dishes you see on *DulcetEpicure are created, cooked, presented and photographed by myself. I believe if you are going to photograph food you should first have an intimate knowledge of each image, I'm all about the journey!

My eternal gratitude for your support...

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Vision: Looks great. Met my expectations from Dulcet Epicure. A very fruity, nutty, crispy looking sundae. It has passion fruit ice cream, vanilla and dark chocolate. And this took 5 hours to make for you. And judging by how it looks. I can say that it is really worth it.

Originality: 100% purely original. I've never heard a combination of such in any restaurant that I know of. But I wouldn't either recommend to serve this at a restaurant for 1) it's time consuming to make (even if you done your mise en place for it) and 2) There's gonna be a lot of waste. But it's really nice. Something that I would serve IF my shop was actually an ice cream parlor.

Technique: So much applied in a single dish. Baking the short crust (Short bread), making the chantilly cream, the orange and try to shoot this photo.. It was really 100% worth the effort.

Impact: The combination of flavors and feels strike me with such curiosity.. The sweetness of the orange, the sour taste of the passion fruit. The bitterness of the dark chocolate. And the crispy texture of the short bread. All smooth and crispy.. I can just imagine the flavors combined in my mouth! I'm really impressed. Maybe one of your best works by far?

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Aty-S-Behsam Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2013  Professional General Artist
Oh my God...
I need it. now. I mean. right now.
DulcetEpicure Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013
Well if you visit Australia one day I would be happy to make this for you, personally.
Sadly that is the best I can offer you, unless you want to fly me to Iran, which I would be also happy to do!
Now that would be one expensive dessert! :)
Aty-S-Behsam Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013  Professional General Artist
That's very kind of you :aww: Maybe we could talk about food and you could taste some yummy Iranian food (which most people from other countries absolutely fall in love with ;) ).
lol I'm sure it would :)
DulcetEpicure Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013
Well we can both cook meals and watch each others skills.
I like that plan.
Aty-S-Behsam Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013  Professional General Artist
:) deal :aww:
Postmodern-Rebel Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013
This, sir, is art at its finest :)
DulcetEpicure Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2013
Thank you, yeah... this one was end-of-year dessert madness, I like a good challenge but this one was slightly overkill, ahhh the price we pay for extravagance !!!
Kawaii-Shivii Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I love the name! XD
It looks absolutely delicious- all those hours definitely paid off to create such beautiful desert! :O
DulcetEpicure Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012
Thank you! :)
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Submitted on
December 15, 2012
Image Size
2.4 MB


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Shutter Speed
1/40 second
Focal Length
50 mm
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Date Taken
Dec 13, 2012, 2:26:53 AM
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