Yorkshire Rose

Yorkshire Rose

The white rose of Yorkshire dates back to the 14th Century and is today used to symbolize the county of Yorkshire. The inspiration comes from #LOCALLOVE, being born, living and working in Yorkshire, so the symbol of the rose was a perfect fit. Not only using local producers but the local traditions and symbols are important to my in the #LOCALLOVE topic. As a child my favorite dessert was a black forest gateaux. I have used this as inspiration for my sharing concept with some twists.  

Dark Chocolate Gateaux

Used products: Dark Chocolate Gateaux

Preparation: Dark Chocolate Gateaux

Cream butter and sugars, then incorporate eggs until homogenous.

Add melted dark chocolate and the rest of the dry ingredients. Mixed until homogenous.

Spread into a frame and bake for 8 mins are 160c


Pistachio praline

Used products: Pistachio praline

  • 100 g
  • 100 g
  • 50 g

Preparation: Pistachio praline

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl

Yorkshire berry compote

Used products: Yorkshire berry compote

  • 60 g
    Yorkshire berries - grown by pure honeyberry farm in Yorkshire
  • 60 g
    blackberry puree
  • 120 g
    blueberry puree
  • 120 g
    cherries in Kirsch
  • 120 g
  • 5 g
    NH pectin
  • 30 g
  • 10 g
    lemon juice

Preparation: Yorkshire berry compote

Boil berries and sugar with pectin for 2 minutes.

Add Krisch and lemon once cooled, cover and set aside


White chocolate and vanilla ganache

Used products: White chocolate and vanilla ganache

Preparation: White chocolate and vanilla ganache

Bring milk, vanilla to boil and add gelatine mass.

Emulsify onto chocolate in the cool to 35C and fold through whipped cream in two additions.

Pipe into moulds and allow to set in fridge

Assembly and finishing

Cut dark chocolate gateaux to the shape of 3d printed petals and insert into the petals

Layer small amount of praline

Layer a generous amount of compote.

Place white chocolate ganache on top

Add décor tbc