(1) Spoon a portion of sauce around the plate and place a quenelle of the marmalade next to the napoleon .(2) Best of all, though, is the restaurant's raspberry napoleon , a delicate structure made with fresh cream and layers of lightly sugary pastry.(3) But then - he was whispering - he leaned over and told me and the girls that actually, his favorite dessert was a napoleon .(4) A roasted-pear napoleon , lemon-raspberry gratin, and chocolate-brioche pudding will restore ardor.(5) To serve, place a napoleon in the center of the plate and pipe some chocolate cream on top.(6) For dessert, there was a much lauded peach napoleon .(7) In fact, his warm vanilla cake, fig napoleon , and warm chocolate-chestnut brioche pudding are simply yummy.(8) The chocolate-caramel bombe is nowhere near as complicated as its explanation on the menu, and a raspberry napoleon is simple - as it should be.(9) If I take the time to single out all the smashing desserts (though a piece of the rhubarb napoleon should be taken every day, like vitamins), there will be no room left to let you in on one more secret.(10) His raspberry napoleon consists of fat, fresh berries stacked on layers of sugary phyllo pastry, with rich deposits of lemongrass-coconut curd in between.(11) The napoleon of dark chocolate mousse with Mexican-chocolate ice cream and crisp chocolate wafer is almost too much for anyone but the most devoted chocoholic.(12) For dessert there were cheesecake, ice cream, cream cake, fruit salad, and napoleons .(13) I take it Will, that you have two pairs of Napoleon boots , two pairs of Hessians and another two pairs of button boots?(14) ‘Offering French lessons for two gold napoleons cannot be a very reliable source of income,’ said the politician.(15) Standing close to his chair was a handsome Italian, calm, statuesque, reaching across him to place the first pile of napoleons from a new bagful just brought him by an envoy with a scrolled mustache.(16) We had occasion some months ago to strengthen our resources, and borrowed, for that purpose, thirty thousand napoleons from the Bank of France.