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Chocolate is a magical ingredient. Everyone loves eating it. And if you can cook with it, your baking will rise to a whole new level. But - here's an untold secret - cooking with chocolate can be incredibly easy. Here Molly Bakes shares with us 50 of her favourite recipes for chocolate treats that are stylish, playful and totally delicious. They include: -Techniques (like Chocolate Cups) -Filled chocolates (like Salted Caramel) -Iconic choc bars (like Homemade Snickers) -Classic chocolatey bakes (like the Ultimate Chocolate Cake) -No bake treats (like Rocky Road) -Seasonal treats (like Fondant-filled Easter Eggs)
Cacao Crunch, Cardamom Dream, Spiced Chocolate Chai, Butterscotch Apple Crumble! Pana Chocolate, The Recipes, is the book vegans and health-conscious sweet tooths have been waiting for. It includes 60 beautiful recipes that cover the spectrum: from fillings for your own raw chocolate creations; to fancy but achievable plated desserts using raw chocolate; to traditional desserts that you can make raw; to raw desserts for kids' parties (think chocolate crackles and honey joys) to breakfast (chia pudding, granola, buckwheat porridge!) The recipes are all raw, organic, vegan, free from dairy, gluten, soy and refined sugar.
Published in collaboration with The Children's Air Ambulance. Master Chocolatier Paul A Young has assembled a glittering array of friends and colleagues who have contributed to this collection of glorious recipes. From how to make sweets and candy to baked goods, desserts, ice cream and drinks, under Paul's professional hand these are transformed into mouthwatering recipes for the home cook. Contributors include Emma Thompson, Darcey Bussell, Ollie Dabbous, Glenn Cosby, Giorgio Locatelli, Natasha Corrett and many others, whose love of chocolate and their secret recipes will both surprise and delight.
Belgium is well-known for its delicious chocolate. In The Ultimate Fine Chocolates Jean-Pierre Wybauw expresses in clear, concise language how to create and shape your own chocolates. How do you make ganache? How can you extend the shelf life of fine chocolates? He also takes a closer look at the different flavourings you can use and combine. Various mouth-watering and original praline recipes are described in detail. The interesting background information and superb photographs will invite anyone to indulge in this sweetness. This book is another must for the kitchens of professional chocolatiers, experienced amateur cooks and chocolate lovers.
This book features delectable recipes using the world's most irresistible ingredient. It is about cooking and using chocolate in delicious and decorative ways. It covers everything from classic cakes to sumptuous dinner party desserts. Chocolate delights range from divine chocolate layered cakes, melt-in-the-mouth brownies and ice cream, to dreamy hot chocolate desserts and luxury gateaux. It features a mouthwatering choice of recipes including tea-time treats, party classics and special-occasion desserts. It includes hints on cooking with all types of chocolate, and step-by-step chocolate decorating techniques. This book is for all lovers of chocolate. It contains a glorious array of fabulous desserts and sweet indulgences - cakes, pies, mousses, ice creams, cookies, brownies, muffins and truffles galore - using chocolate in every guise. Delight your guests with Marbled Chocolate & Peanut Butter Cake, Chocolate Cinnamon Doughnuts, Rocky Road Ice Cream, Chocolate Roulade, Chocolate Pecan Pie, Luxury White Cheesecake or Chocolate Profiteroles. A helpful introduction contains illustrated techniques for melting chocolate and creating chocolate curls. Packed with 100 inspiring photographs, this is the ideal book for all chocolate fanatics.
In this book for skilled amateurs and professionals, 13 chocolatiers talk about their work and share their favorite recipes. Includes technical references (origin of the beans, installation, machines, technical sheets) useful to the chocolatier in the making- Pierre Marcolini is one of Belgium's best-known chocolatiers, and is a pioneer in the bean-to-bar movementPierre Marcolini has selected 13 chocolatiers who work according to the bean-to-bar principle, an artisanal approach that focuses on the quality and source of the cacao beans and how they are prepared. These enthusiasts (plus Pierre Marcolini himself) explore their calling, describe how they work, and share three favourite recipes. Whether working for well-established companies or starting in the business, all these chocolatiers share the love of their work, the desire to transmit their know-how, the importance of values such as authenticity and quality, and the aspiration to innovate. Chocolatiers include C dric De Taeye; Chocolatoa (Mario Vandeneede); Chocolatier M (David Maenhout); Darcis (Jean-Philippe Darcis); Deremiens (Fran ois Deremiens); Legast (Thibaut Legast et Patricia Forero); Marcolini (Pierre Marcolini); Mi Joya (Nicolas et Caroline de Schaetzen); Mike & Becky (Bj rn Becker and Julia Mikerova); Mill sime Chocolat (Jean-Christophe Hubert); The Chocolate Line (Dominique Persoone); Van Dender (Herman Van Dender); Zuut (David Van Acker and Pieter De Volder). Technically advanced instructions for professionals are included.
The Chocolate Room has become a place of pilgrimage for chocolate lovers from near and far, thanks to its simple mission: to create treats that bring back those original childhood memories of the pure joy of chocolate. Its chefs have a knack for reconstructing a classic American recipe in ways that improve on the original. Their showstopping Choco- late Layer Cake, for instance, is the cake all other chocolate cakes dream of being; it's made with a blackout pudding filling, three different kinds of chocolate, and a custardy ganache frosting. The book is filled with similar new twists that express the slightly irreverent and creatively whimsical spirit for which Brooklyn has become known: Chocolate Caramel Matzo, Chocolate Cuatro Leches Cake, and Chocolate Stout Gingerbread. Recipes reveal the secret tips behind signature favorites in every cate- gory from cakes and puddings to pies and cookies. Confections are geared to be achievable in the home: S'mores bars, Rocky Road mounds, and Cookie Chip Chocolates. The book also features informative primers on important techniques-including tempering chocolate, whipping cream and eggs, and assembling a cake. There's Always Room for Chocolate is set to become the new essential cookbook for all things chocolate.
Create stunning cake toppers for all occasions using mouth-watering modelling chocolate. In comparison to other decorating pastes, chocolate has a stiffer consistency and a delicious taste - allowing you to create ambitious detailed toppers with ease. The projects in this book are perfect for the beginner, progressing to more detailed projects for the advanced cake-decorator, yet you only need the most basic tools to complete each project. Tutorials include, Teddy Bear Cake Pops, Chocolate Roses, Graduation Cupcakes, Father's Day Cake Toppers, Chocolate Wedding Favors and Superhero Cake Pops. Complete with step-by-step instructions and beautiful images to release the hidden baker within you, you will be sure to surprise and wow your friends and family with these wonderful creations.
They go loco for cocoa, gaga for ganache, or admit they are completely addicted. Meet forty chocoholics who describe their passion with relish. Nothing can compare to the delicious pleasure of opening a box of chocolate, especially if it's French chocolate! Now, the world-famous French chocolatier La Maison du Chocolat captures the sophistication, delicacy, and luxury of chocolate. To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the company has interviewed forty artists, designers, writers, journalists, actors, and gourmets about their love of chocolate. Talents as diverse as famed patissier Pierre Herme, French style icon Ines de la Fressange, founder of NARS cosmetics Francois Nars, interior designer Sarah Lavoine, Laure Heriard-Dubreuil, founder of The Webster boutiques, and jewelry designer Sylvia Toledano share the ways in which chocolate inspires them. Through recipes, anecdotes, photographs, and drawings by award-winning illustrator Serge Bloch, La Maison du Chocolat's forty delectable years are illustrated in a book so French, so chic, and so delicious, it's hard to resist.
Forget milk chocolate moulded into childish candy bars. Today's chocolate candies use chocolates with high cocoa content and less sugar then previously available and are moulded into highly decorated pieces of art. Once only accessible to pastry chefs and candy makers, home cooks can now purchase high-end domestic and imported chocolates in their local speciality stores. The recent availability of bitter-sweet chocolates coupled with our access to a global food market and unique ingredients has created an increased interest in artisan chocolates. Drew Shotts has been at the forefront of this renaissance because of his daring use of unique flavour combinations not typically associated with chocolates, such as chilli peppers, maple syrup and spiced chai tea. "Making Artisan Chocolates" shows readers how to recreate Drew's unexpected flavours at home through the use of herbs, flowers, chillies, spices and many other wonderful ingredients, and will therefore be a sure-fire hit for the discerning chocolate enthusiast.
Whether it is topped with swirls of whipped cream, subtly spiced with cinnamon or laced with liqueur, a hot chocolate is one of the world's best-loved drinks. You will make the Classics over and over again, with simple recipes for all-time favourites such as French Vanilla, Mocha and Viennese. Whether you're after a salty kick or a rich swirl of caramel, the recipes here will take the simplest drink to tasty new heights. The next chapter, Candy and Cakes, brings together the sweetest combinations that are perfect after dinner instead of dessert. From Boston Cream or Red Velvet to Cherry Bakewell and Toffee Apple, there is a recipe here to satisfy every sweet tooth. For more grown-up palates, why not try something with the added warmth of spices or a shot of alcohol? Fireside Favourites contains a luxurious collection of adult tipples, from Cherry Brandy to Bourbon and Maple Syrup and spiced delights, such as White Chocolate and Spiced Chai or Chilli Chocolate. Finally, what better time to indulge in luxuriously warming cupfuls than the holiday season? Festive Treats comprises deliciously Christmassy hot drinks that are perfect for those chilly days and dark nights. Nobody can resist a Pumpkin Latte or a gloriously festive Gingerbread Spiced Hot Chocolate, perfect for bringing the family together during the holidays. Whether you're after a quick pick-me-up, a milky bedtime drink or a comforting cupful to warm you up from inside out, there is a recipe here to satisfy your sweet tooth.
In The Art and Craft of Chocolate, world-renowned chocolate maker Nathan Hodge takes you on a grand tour of chocolate-from its processing, history, and trade to how it's made, bean to bar. The book includes the basic principles of chocolate-making at home and recipes for traditional moles, drinks, baked goods, rubs, and more. The Art and Craft of Chocolate opens with the very basics, beginning with the cacao tree, and explains the process of growing cacao and the many hands it takes to process it. For centuries, chocolate has been used for many purposes all over the world: from a currency during the Mayan empire, to homemade beverages consumed by farm workers in Central America for energy, as well as in moles and other dishes in Mexican cuisine. The Art and Craft of Chocolate covers the cultural history of chocolate, as well as the birth of the chocolate bar. The co-founder and head chocolate maker of Raaka Chocolate, Nathan Hodge, then shows you how to hack the basic principles of chocolate-making at home using tools as simple as a food processor, a hair dryer, and a double boiler. In addition, he offers recipes for traditional moles from different regions of Mexico; traditional Mayan chocolate drinks; cocoa as a meat rub; and various baked goods. An expert in the bean-to-bar movement and a leader in sustainable chocolate sourcing, Hodge introduces the concept of bean to bar chocolate-a process that starts with whole cocoa beans, which are roasted, ground, and smoothed into chocolate-and discusses sustainability and social consciousness, along with his own chocolate making philosophy. The Art and Craft of Chocolate is your resource on all topics chocolate.
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