Ever wanted to make croquembouche? If you've never heard of it, it's essentially a giant mountain of choux pastry balls that are held together by whisper-thin threads of caramel. It's a special treat reserved for celebrations like weddings and baptisms. In this video from Bon Appétit's The Scene, you can watch croqeumbouche being made in all its gooey, choux-y glory.
It's a mountain of pastry balls held together with stringy caramel.
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