If you are interested i can get the creme brulee recipe we use at work, it's pretty much TNT. I'll post it here for anyone who is interested, should be Friday night sometime, since that's when I work next.
Off the top of my head, I think it something like this:
16 egg yolks
6 t or 6T of vanilla
Bake for about 35-50 minutes at 325, in a water bath that is about 80% covered with a sheet pan. Start with lukewarm water.
Scald your cream. Right before its about to boil, add your sugar and vanilla to your eggs. Slowly add in about 1/4 of the cream, whipping constantly and quickly. This tempers your eggs. Add your egg mix back into the cream pot, whisking constantly and quickly until combined. Strain.
Pour immediately into 11 or 12 large-ish ramekins. Add water to your bath and place the ramekins into it. Place that into the preheated oven, and cover about 80% with a sheet tray.
The cooking time varies no matter which brulee recipe you make, it has to do with the way the eggs are tempered, and how much moisture the cream lost when scalded.
Don't make this until I get you the actual recipe please, this is just a temporary reference point!