The classic dessert peach melba was invented in 1892 by Auguste Escoffier at the Savoy hotel in London to honour the Australian soprano Dame Nellie Melba.
It combined her two favourite summer fruits, peaches and raspberries, with accompanying ice cream to soothe her throat.
This take on the dish is inspired by Escoffier’s classic recipe, and is a very refreshing dessert. To really impress your friends, make your own tuille biscuits to go with it....
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