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       Title: White Chocolate & Bailey’s Almond Cookie Napo
  Categories: Cookies
       Yield: 1 servings
     3/4 c  Baileys original irish cream
       2    Unflavored gelatin
   1 1/2 c  Whipping cream
       4    Egg whites; room temp
     3/4 c  Super fine sugar
     1/2 lb White chocolate; chopped
      Soften gelatine in a 1/2 cup Baileys Original Irish Cream for 5 minutes.
   Then dissolve by stirring over very low heat (or dissolve in microwave for
   1 minute, stirring every 20 seconds).
       NOTE: If mixture gels before ready to use, liquify for 15 seconds in
   microwave. Whip the cream until stiff peaks form. Fold in Baileys mixture.
   Set aside in refrigerator.
       In a double boiler, over, not in, boiling water, beat the egg whites
   and sugar with a hand-held electric mixer on high for seven minutes.
   Working quickly, fold in chocolate chunks so as to only partially melt
   chocolate leaving small kernels of chocolate. Fold into Baileys Original
   Irish Cream Mixture.
       Served in a Bailey Original Irish Cream & Orange Sauce: 1 cup heavy
   cream, 4 tablespoons sugar, 3 egg yolks, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, 1
   tablespoon fresh orange juice, 1/4 cup Baileys Original Irish Cream. Whip
   cream until stiff; refrigerate. Cream together sugar, egg yolk, lemon and
   orange juice until a steady stream forms. Cook egg mixture in double
   boiler, whisking constantly until peaks form, then add Baileys Original
   Irish Cream. Continue cooking until thick; remove from heat and cool
   whisking over ice bath. When cool, fold together with whipped cream.
       Served with Almond Cookies Napoleon:  2 cups sliced almonds, 1 cup
   sugar, 1 tablespoon almond extract, pinch of salt, 3/4 cup melted butter,
   3/4 cup all-purpose flour, 4 egg whites Combine all the ingredients by
   whisking. Chill for 4 hours. Cook on buttered cookie sheets as flat, drop
   cookies (two heaping tablespoons each) for 3 minutes at 400~.
       To Assemble: Place some mouse filling between two cookies and spoon
   orange sauce over the top, to taste. Serves 12-16 David Turin’s grand
   prize-winning recipe was like a marriage. .something old and something new.
   He had been making Baileys mousse for several years, but it was the new
   sauce he created--just a day before the Dessert Heaven--that made his
   dessert a winnger. By Chef David G.Turin, The Bay Tower Room, Boston,