And the first step in meeting that challenge: confronting our kitchen fears and making that soufflé.
Groundhog Day is a lot like a soufflé: hard work that produces something lighter than air.
But whether good or bad, all are light as a soufflé, radiating asexual whiteness in every note.
The only difference in baking is that the oven should be slightly hotter than if the soufflé had not been frozen.
Put the soufflé back in the oven and the bubbles will expand again, making the soufflé rise once more.
Semolina soup; part of loin of pork roasted; Spanish soufflé.
However quick you may be, the soufflé will probably sink an inch on the way.
Have ready a buttered soufflé tin, pour the mixture into it, and bake the soufflé for 20 minutes in a hot oven.
One point to remember about it is that it should be served immediately, for soufflé usually settles when taken from the oven.
Rinse a mould with cold water, turn the soufflé into it and set on ice until it is wanted.
souffle souf·fle (sōō'fəl, sōō'flə)
A soft blowing sound heard on auscultation.