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Guest Post ~ Osmanthus Tea Mousse

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Many thanks to Lazaro from Lazaro Cooks for inviting me to do a guest post for his beautiful blog. I remember I first visited Lazaro Cooks when Lazaro left me a friendly comment at Cook EAT Share. I'm very much inspired by Lazaro's passion for cooking and totally agree with him - "Cooking is a pleasure, a philisophy, a way of life, not a job or a recipe."

For my guest post today I am presenting a healthy fragrant dessert - Osmanthus Tea Mousse. Please head over to Lazaro Cooks to check on his creative recipes and to read my post there!

Enjoy!



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  1. I have some osmanthus lying in the pantry shelf...shall start making some sweets before too late..love this mousse.

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  2. Looks pretty suitable for cakes' filling, yum!!!!

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  3. 很美,有点好奇它的味道:)
    我没吃过:P

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  4. Congrats on your guest post, i must hop over to check it out.

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  5. Ann, I like the click! Will hop over to Lazaro's blog soon!

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  6. Didn't know we can also use osmanthus to make mousse, must hop over and see the recipe ^_^

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  7. oh so pretty! hopping over to check out the recipe :D

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  8. so pretty ... Heading over to take a look

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  9. Heading over to Lazaro's. Nice shot dear...;)

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  10. ann,the photo looks great...
    Osmanthus, never try before...:)

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  11. I still have a jar of Osmanthus in my pantry. Don't really know what to do with it. This mousse sounds really refreshing. I will check out the recipe.

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  12. Look amazing! your recipes always are beauty!!!LOL gloria

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  13. Love all kinds of dessert made with this beautiful Osmanthus. Your mousse is very beautiful.

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  14. @Alice Law
    Thank you Alice for your support in this guest post :))

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  15. Thank you everyone for your support in this guest post and your comments at Lazaro Cooks is fully appreciated :)

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  16. Thanks again Ann. For sharing your talent and lovely post with us over at LC.

    Two thumbs up!

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  17. Congratulations Ann!!! It's been lovely getting to know your site.
    Your photos are simply stunning!

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  18. @lena
    hehe...Lena, thank you very much for your compliment. I'm not a photographer but I love to look at beautiful food :D
    Thank you very much for your support :)

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  19. @Lazaro Cooks
    Thank you Lazaro. I'm so honoured and excited for your invitation :)
    Cheers!

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  20. @The Baking Gypsy
    Hi Baking Gypsy, Thank you!
    Nice to meet you thru LC. Please visit often :)

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  21. Ann that is great you are a guest at Lazaro Cooks I love his blog and am so impressed by his cooking. You'll fit in there nicely!

    Kristy had sent me some osmanthus and I was going to make your jelly! Now I have to go check out your mousse!

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  22. Ann, looks amazing! I have to go check out Lazaro's blog now. :-)

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  23. Ann, another amazing recipe from your kitchen! I'll be happy to stop by Lazaro Cooks to read your guest post.

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  24. Will be hopping over to Lazaro cook now :). Kinda of curious how osmanthus taste like.

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  25. Nice and refreshing recipe, very beautiful, a pleasure to come and visit you, hugs.

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  26. Once again, you have stumped me with a new ingredient. I'm off to google osmanthus now. Your photos are lovely.

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  27. Lovely presentation, I like the osmanthus taste.

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  28. This is great cooling treat for the hot hot summer days.

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  29. So tempting heading over to check the recipe!

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  30. @Lyndsey
    Hi Lyndsey, Thanks you! I can't wait to see your post of the osmanthus. Hope you enjoy it!

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  31. Thanks Nami for your wonderful comment on Lazaro's blog.

    Rebecka ~ Thank you very much for your support :)

    Muimui ~ Thank you dear :)

    Torviewtoronto ~ TKQ!

    Rosita ~ Thanks, I love your comment!

    Barefeet In The Kitchen ~ You're so supportive :))

    Thanks Xialu :)

    Amelia ~ 谢谢!

    Zoe~ Hope you can try this :)

    Sanjeeta ~ Thank you!

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  32. This mousse is so special with osmanthus! I believe it must be delicious too :)

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  33. sorry for the late reply anncoo, but thanks for linking me up! feeling that national spirit from ur previous blog post hehe

    and the tea mousse looks absolutely refreshing! really creative!

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  34. Totally new recipe for me..love the fragrant mousse!

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  35. What a cool recipe is this! I love the idea and the presentation :-).

    I also had a look around other posts, great blog, my compliments. I will follow from now on!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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  36. This was such a great guest post Ann and a simply wonderful mousse...love it!

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  37. Hi Ann! i just came from Lazaro's blog. I think I might know this flower. It looks and sounds familiar. Anyway, the tea mousse sounds very good and your photos are spot on!

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  38. @Jean
    Is OK Jean :) You must have been very busy lately.

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  39. @Alessandra
    Thank you Alessandra :) I love your blog very much, thank you for sharing with all your great photos!

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  40. Thank you Tze. If you want to try the osmanthus you can get it at Yuehua.

    Hi Ron, thank you very much for your compliment.

    Thanks Alisha :)

    Hi Tanantha, thank you!

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  41. Looks lovely and delicious! Thanks for tagging me on Facebook :)

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  42. Despite being tiny, osmanthus aroma can be so strong!

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  43. Great guest post Ann. Already left you a comment over at Lazaro Cooks.

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  44. @LeQuan
    Thank you very much LeQuan. You're always a very sweet person :)

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