Desserts in the ’70s were all about Black Forest cake and cheesecakes. We figured a combination of the two could only be a good thing. Instead of the cornflour thickened fruit topping of earlier eras, we’ve opted for lush roast cherries. This can be made well in advance, so it’s the entertainer’s friend.
For a showstopping centerpiece, this choux wreath French pastry combines the sweet flavours of burnt-honey cream and raspberries with crispy sesame praline. It's one impressive - and delicious - dessert.