Vanilla Passionfruit and Eggs

Vanilla Passionfruit and Eggs

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Oh Bron. I love it. Great post, great recipe and gorgeous photos. Thank you for being a part of A Taste of Yellow. I sure hope we get to meet up with you and the fairies again someday.

barbara — Thursday 17th September 2009 7:57 pm

I LOVE passionfruit but there is never enough in those tiny fruits. I can practically taste your snow eggs they look 'truly scrumptious' to quote the song from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

Lynette — Thursday 17th September 2009 8:07 pm

Oh, that looks wonderful!! Really nice, very well done!

Anne — Thursday 17th September 2009 8:30 pm

They are lovely Bron! It's no surprise the fairies loved them :) I don't know if I could ever manage to make something so delicate!

joey — Thursday 17th September 2009 9:53 pm

finally i come around to comment. looks absolutely lovely bron. and passionfruit is such a grand flavor to use in this!

Meeta — Thursday 17th September 2009 10:46 pm

Looks so beautiful and delicious.

Moira — Friday 18th September 2009 12:03 am

I've already seen various other entries for "Taste of Yellow" and yours is one fabulous example too! It looks gorgeous and I am sure it did indeed taste "yummy"!

Simone (junglefrog) — Friday 18th September 2009 12:42 am

Great post and beautiful photos. My mom´s favorite dessert is “Îles Flottantes” and she get mad when she ask for it and bring her snow eggs ;).I love passion fruit (on juice, sweet and savory sauces)and, you see, I certainly love this fresh dessert.

Sylvia — Friday 18th September 2009 1:25 am

These are of art! I can almost taste that tartness of the passion fruit and the velvety smoothness of the egg on my tongue...YUMMY! Well done Bron xxx

Colleen — Friday 18th September 2009 1:58 am

These are lovely, and it's a wonderful tribute to the folks who are being recognized by LiveSTRONG Day. I had to laugh at your remark that, as with most of the dishes you create, to consume them takes a fraction of the time it did to create and photograph. Isn't that always the case! I think that's why there are people who just love to cook and people who can't be bothered. Those of us who love it enjoy the entire process, with the eating of the meal or dish just one facet of the whole. Beautifully done.


TasteStopping — Friday 18th September 2009 6:52 am

How lovely and light and fluffy!! I am crazy about anything passion fruit and these look like a dream. What a terrific contribution to LiveSTRONG, my dear. xxoo

Jen Yu — Friday 18th September 2009 6:14 pm

The passion fruit (which I love) would be tart next to that creamy anglaise! I make snow eggs a lot and never thought to top them with passion fruit. Thanks for the super idea!

Barbara — Saturday 19th September 2009 2:00 pm

I am in love with these Bron! How perfectly comforting and refreshing! Jen took the words out of my mouth, what a great contribution!

Tartelette — Saturday 19th September 2009 3:10 pm

gorgeous dessert, i love the combination of flavours, its the perfect ending to a lovely meal, excelent photos as always,

cheers from london,


pity — Sunday 20th September 2009 4:48 am

Love that post, your daughter sounds so cute. Cherish those moments. And a great contribution to the cause. Beautiful photos.

Hélène — Sunday 20th September 2009 5:56 am

I'm glad i found your blog, i LOVE your food photography. It's amazing.
And so are those oeufs à la neige, vanille et fruits de la passion. Superbe.

zenchef — Sunday 20th September 2009 12:24 pm

oh my... love your virtual image!! amazing mix of pic's!!

regards from sweden & agneta

agneta — Sunday 20th September 2009 5:59 pm

Wowow I love yours pics and your recipe sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing :)

Karine — Monday 21st September 2009 12:22 am

Thank you all so much for your lovely comments I really love reading them.

Please note I'm back posting a few of our Mid-Winter celebrations, stories and recipes, which you can find through the recent posts or Christmas image on the sidebar, I'd hate for your to miss them.

Thanks again

bron — Tuesday 22nd September 2009 9:01 am

I really love the thought of this, passion fruit being my favourite and all... it's so beautifully presented! i have never made iles flottantes myself, we have a similar thing in austria, fluffy, browned egg whites, but not floating... rather they're supposed to form a mountain range - how fitting!

johanna — Wednesday 23rd September 2009 10:07 pm

Wow. What a fabulous blog!

Nix — Thursday 24th September 2009 8:07 am

mmmm, I had snow eggs for the first time last month! A friend made them for me when I got my wisdom teeth out and I had been waiting to try both snow eggs and floating islands since learning about them on blogs in the past couple years. Now it's my turn to make them! And, finally, with access to NZ passionfruit again, I can't wait! Thanks for sharing your recipe and beautiful photography. I always enjoy your blog.

Lael — Thursday 24th September 2009 10:45 pm

Thank you all so much for your kind comments
xxx Bron

bron — Tuesday 6th October 2009 8:37 am

What a lovely event that you are creating this spectular dessert for. Wonderful idea. Your creation and photography are delightful! :)

Julia @ Mélanger — Wednesday 7th October 2009 5:09 pm

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