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How can you achieve the glazed top in a mille-feuille?
A mille-feuille (or tompouce) is a pastry, consisting of layers of puff pastry with pastry cream in-between (see this if you don't know it). If you buy it in a pastry store, I find that the glazed ...
Apr 15 '12 at 18:50
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