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29 comments to “Maple Walnut Trifle”

  1. sounds incredible! happy holidays!

  2. Ah I saw this on Brandi’s blog and immediately bookmarked it… I’m so happy you made it as well so I have another perspective on it when I go to make it myself! Beautiful pictures, thanks for posting. And happy new year! :)

  3. i love your blog! thank you for sharing beautiful recipes, photos & stories.
    happy holidays from romania!

  4. Truly divine. Happy New Year!

  5. Whoa. Just, whoa.

    Happy New Year to you! The fig swirls and honey-poppyseeds look beautiful next to me in the kitchen! Thanks again!

  6. you are so right – this is a perfect way to go out in ’11!

  7. I’m totally blushing! Thank you for sharing the trifle with your world!

  8. This recipe makes me want to sing the cover “Buenos Aires” from Glee. I love the toasted walnut cake. Just a little touch of star-quality.

  9. Oh my, need to revise my Christmas dinner plans. This looks sooo good! I hope you enjoyed making your blog as much as I did reading it. Every recipe I tried turned out great and is on my “to be made again” list.
    Happy New Year to you and lots of fun and happy cooking.

  10. hi tim,
    thank you for a grand year filled with fabulous recipes & wonderful/ interesting posts.
    i follow brandi & i found her technique for pie crust very interesting.
    wishing you & bryan a magical new year!

  11. I hate trifle with a passion but that looks really tasty.
    Have a good Christmas!

  12. I think this may be a perfect way to celebrate New Year’s Eve. Your blog has given me such joy and inspiration this year – I always look forward to your new posts. Both Dorie’s Jammers and the recent Fruit and Nut Cake found their way into my Christmas baking this year thanks to you. Wishing you both a wonderful New Year!

  13. This looks totally amazing, what a recipe to show us now, when I have so much to use up already! So, I may keep this one for the New year when I can appreciate it fully. Happy Christmas! :-)

  14. If I want to dive into that creamy dreamy dessert head first, I am going in with all 18 yolks a flailin’ (that should totally be in a holiday 18 days of christmas baking tune)…looks divine!

  15. Brandi totally blows my mind. I was lucky enough to attend a mutual friend’s wedding this summer, for which Brandi baked these out of this world honey cupcakes. I felt like I was eating a celebrity chef’s food! Your trifle looks perfect, Tim. Happy holidays!

  16. Wow – this looks so good I am making it for Christmas dessert tomorrow.
    QUESTION – would it be guilding the lily to add poached pears in between the cake layer and the mousse?
    Thanks for sharing this beautiful dessert recipe with us! Love your blog!

  17. mmm…can I have this right now?

  18. Have you tried making this cake, using black walnuts? They are super yum.

  19. Oh wow, looks and sounds wonderful! Love the picture of the Christmas tree through the gelatin sheets.

  20. Vanilla and cinnamon go soo well with Walnut! Love it.

  21. This dessert was absolutely, blow-your-mind fantastic! Lots of work, true, but also lots of fun, and simply superb. Thanks so much!

  22. Maple and walnuts, in trifle! Brilliant! Happy holidays!

  23. I absolutely adore walnuts in desserts and your dessert simply looks heavenly! I am really looking forward to making the cake and trying it on its own. Thanks so much for the recipe!

  24. Wow Tim. I just discovered your site, and am definitely going to have to try this dessert. It looks beautiful, and very moreish!

  25. Tim, this looks delicious! My birthday is coming up soon…and I think I’m going to have to make this for my little birthday soiree! It screams, “Happy Birthday to Me!” And Happy New Year to You! All the best for the New Year…and thanks for the great recipes, photos and inspiration.

  26. This trifle sure does sound like heaven. Can not wait to try this recipe out. Thank you for a wonderful blog :)

  27. Hello, just wanted to say many thanks for championing such a magnificent concoction.
    Never have I eaten a thing of such sweet, sweet, salty joy. Well worth the effort! (and the eggs)
    I doff my hat in your general direction.

  28. Tim and Bryan, It’s official — I’ve been following L+D for over a year and it is my FAVORITE food blog! Are you on Pinterest yet, and would you consider adding a “pin it” button? I have been making and pinning some of your posts and recipes, and of course giving proper credit. Let’s get you more of the recognition that you so deserve! Congratulations and best wishes on your marriage.

  29. Thanks, Beth! That is so nice to hear. There is a “Pin it” button at the bottom of each post. Did you miss it, or is it not showing up for you? In any case, thanks for the support!

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