“She told us the other day she had _forty_ grandchildren -- all the males, men and boys, sailors and fishermen and "mousses" -- many of the girls fishwives and the mothers married to fishermen or sailors.”
“In the case of those that need no turning, such as mousses, parfaits, etc., a mold of some kind or a vacuum freezer is required.”
“Here was a chef who used siphons to create airy mousses without gelatin and a Pacojet to turn escargot into frozen “dirt.””
“Before long, she was babbling away about pâtés and mousses and was proficient enough to continue perfecting her technique under Bugnard, as well as other leading Cordon Bleu chefs.”
“Under the "Menu" heading, Oona had written "Canapés: spring rolls, smoked salmon, quiche squares, guacamole, vol-au-vents (prawn), mini-choc mousses.”
“Sometimes it seems that these days, mousses are more likely to be made with whipped cream for lightness instead of egg whites.”
“I assume that this change came about over concern for eating uncooked eggs, but after having had many too-foamy mousses that were more whipped cream than chocolate, I will tell you that there is definitely something to be said for the classic recipe made with little more than chocolate and eggs.”
“I view perms as hair management tools, just like white women use gels and mousses to manage their hair.”
“Now head chef at Cornell's Phi Kappa Psi house, he recently prepared an ornate meal for parents' weekend: salmon baked with chipotle remoulade, an intermezzo of blood orange sorbet, duck roasted with tart cherry sauce on pecan rice and three chocolate mousses.”
“Either make another pie, eat it right out of the bowl, or (my favourite) put the filling into ramekins and freeze them for chilly coconut mousses!”
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