Lazy Day At Sea... We First Got Together At Lunch (Page 8)
Philly Cheese Steak was excellent
"These are pretty good!"
Linda finally got her toasted cheese sandwich
Macaroni and cheese... Queen Victoria style
We Met The Kids For Afternoon Trivia
Come on girl... We need at least one correct answer
Full Moon At Sea
Dinner Is Served
Souffle at sea
Did You Know? - A soufflé is a light, fluffy, baked cake made with egg yolks and beaten egg whites combined with various other ingredients and served as a savoury main dish or sweetened as a dessert . The word soufflé is the past participle of the French verb souffler which means "to blow up" or more loosely "puff up" — an apt description of what happens to this combination of custard and egg whites.
Every soufflé is made from two basic components:
- a French crème pâtissière base/flavoured cream sauce or purée
- egg whites beaten to a soft peak meringue
The base provides the flavour and the whites provide the "lift". Foods commonly used for the base in a soufflé include jam , fruits, berries, chocolate , banana and lemon (the last three are used for desserts, often with a good deal of sugar ).
When it comes out of the oven, a soufflé should be puffed up and fluffy, and will generally fall after 5 or 10 minutes (as risen dough does).
Soufflés can be made in containers of all shapes and sizes but it is traditional to make soufflé in ramekins . These containers vary greatly in size, but are typically glazed white, flat-bottomed, round porcelain containers with unglazed bottoms and fluted exterior borders.
There are a number of variations on the soufflé theme. One is an ice cream soufflé, which combines a soufflé with ice cream and either a fruit or a hot sauce.
Oh no.... calories? I did not know!
A Stroll Before Dancing
The champagne bar
TV's broadcast the dancing... We could see ourselves
A Tribute To Nat King Cole... Excellent Show
He derned near sat in James' lap
Good evening from the Lady Ship's Director
All Good Things Must Come To An End