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Yule log (cake)

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Yule log
Bûche de Noël chocolat framboise maison.jpg
A traditional Yule log (bûche de Noël) made with chocolate filled with raspberry jam.
CourseDessert
Place of originFrance
Main ingredientsGenoise or other sponge cake, chocolate buttercream, or other icing

A Yule log (or bûche de Noël French pronunciation: ​[byʃ də nɔɛl]) is a traditional dessert, a Christmas cake, served near Christmas, especially in Belgium, France, Switzerland, Canada, Lebanon, Syria, and several former French colonies such as Vietnam, as well as the United Kingdom and Spain. Made of sponge cake to resemble a miniature actual Yule log, it is a form of sweet roulade.

The original Yule log recipe emerged during the 19th century.[citation needed] It is traditionally made from a genoise, generally baked in a large, shallow Swiss roll pan, iced, rolled to form a cylinder, and iced again on the outside. The most common combination is basic yellow sponge cake and chocolate buttercream, though many variations that include chocolate cake, ganache, and icings flavored with espresso or liqueurs exist.

Yule logs are often served with one end cut off and set atop the cake, or protruding from its side to resemble a chopped off branch. A bark-like texture is often produced by dragging a fork through the icing, and powdered sugar sprinkled to resemble snow.[1] Other cake decorations may include actual tree branches, fresh berries, and mushrooms made of meringue or marzipan.

The name bûche de Noël originally referred to the Yule log itself, and was transferred to the dessert only after the custom had fallen out of use, presumably during the first half of the 20th century. By 1945, it referred to the cake.[2]

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References

  1. ^ Claiborne, Craig, The New York Times Cookbook, Harper & Row, New York, 1961; ISBN 978-0060107901, p. 545.
  2. ^ "Noël". CNRTL. Retrieved 10 March 2015.
General
  • Arnold van Gennep, Manuel de folklore français contemporain, pt. 2, Du berceau à la tombe (1946)
  • Claude Seignolle, Traditions populaires de Provence, pp. 84-87
  • Albert Goursaud, Maurice Robert, La société rurale traditionnelle en Limousin: ethnographie , pp. 471, 474
  • 'la Bûche de Noël' in: Le Calendrier Traditionnel, Voici: la France de ce mois, vol. 2, no. 17-21, Voici Press (1941).

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