this is one of my post to another topic, but i think the answe would work here as well:ChefAllen Online Now!
Culinary Experience: Professional Chef
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: York, PA
If these fridges have freezers in them which I know a lot of churches have residential fridges. so my suggestion is get some assorted sorbets and make some angel food cake bowls. I make the bowls by by cutting my angel food cake into squares and taking my trusty garnishing kit and carving a nice indentation into the squares. then right before you serve them take 0.5 to 1 oz. of a sweet ice wine and drizzle into the bowel before you place the sorbet into it, you can use a standard shot if you want to. This is a option I do at this point ,but what you have will be good all by it self if need be; anyways after I have the sorbet in the bowl I will make a silky, white chocolate sauce
to drizzle over the sorbet. Usually I garnish with mint leaves or the fruit that coincide with the sorbet. Sometimes I will make a fruit coulee that matches the sorbet and drizzle the plate with it. You could possibly make this but know this I am not a baker........lol.....so my angel food cake is usally store baught, because I do not feel like making it from scratch. As far as the chocolate sauce goes, you could keep it hot by using an electric fondue pot or even in a pinch make steam warmer by filling a croc pot 1/2 to 3/4 full with water and then placing a bowl larger than the diameter on the top of it and turning your croc pot as high as it will go. I hope this helps.
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