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Chef Irma Kazar loves dough
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In the workshop kitchen there were about 20 people paired off in front of industrial steel mixers, all of us whipping cream. Chef Irma Kazar was showing us how to put together an elaborate trifle pudding with lady fingers, fruit and mounds of that perfectly whipped cream.

“This is the texture,” she said, raising the mixer blades to demonstrate. “It just holds its shape. Don’t whip anymore,” she cautioned two women who were raptly watching their mixer whirl around. “It will turn to butter.”

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