Red. Powerful. Strident if you will. Insistent. Called me to paint. Brush dripped with cadmium red purple hue, slathered rather thick. Sennelier makes beautiful pigments. They flow right off the brush. A kiss of cobalt violet added to make the coulis resonate. A simple coterie of berries sits and tempts me more. You can see them beckoning. Back I go for ultramarine violet, blue, and, oh yes, for this one a bit of noir. It was sueded on the sides. Smooth. With action at the top. Just for a minute. Let's do the grapes,a touch of vermillion to catch an edge, takes it up a notch. To another level. There is a golden glow about the base that holds this velvety white chocolate raspberry mousse. And a hot vermillion splash between two purple shadows at the cusp. There was a tasty cookie inside, just a little bit of crunch. The melding of all the flavors, the casting of the hues, was magical. I am glad to say. Chef really knew what he was doing. This is a jam packed powerhouse. It was waiting in the case. Once I started painting it I started to appreciate his virtuosity. His artistry. A little red. Harboring delight. Yes. This one is for me. So I painted it and ate it.....happily. And again ooh and ahh. In my book of lists I write, Red Passion.....must have some more...better talk to chef.