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    MrMeeSeeks
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    Hi everyone,

    I am very new to molecular cooking. After 3-4 years of casually learning to cook I feel like I am ready to learn some molecular techniques to be more creative with my dishes.

    I always dreamt of a certain desert to make. I would like to make a certain kind of ‘winter landscape’.
    I will simply place it all on a baking tray.

    The bottom part will be ‘ground’: chocolate made into a powder using maltodextrine. I will sift some powdered sugar on it so it will look like it has snowed.

    But beyond that; I’m out of inspiration.
    I am thinking of some edible flowers of course.
    Maybe a mountain (made of what, jelly?)
    or some christmas trees (thyme/rosemary?)
    A river with some bridges running from the mountain?
    A cabin?

    Do you have ideas what techniques I can use or what ingredients to make this?

    Kind regards,

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