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Cooking has always been a passion for Elaine Coleman and this book shows her funny side as well. FAT FANNIES FUDGE FACTORY is her take on over 200 recipes of fudge and cute incidents that could happen on the way to starting a business.
"Just Chocolate" is a comprehensive guide to Everything You Need to Know about Chocolate including detailed information on the History of Chocolate, Interesting Facts about Chocolate, Types of Chocolate, Chocolate and Health and the Health Effects of Chocolate. It includes 50+ Delectable Chocolate Recipe Variations covering 11 different recipe categories. Chocolate is a treasured dessert across the world, but few people realize how unique and special the decadent treat actually is. Beginning with the people of Meso-america, chocolate has had a reigning role in many cultural traditions. Whether it is used to symbolize wealth and importance or is given as an expression of love and admiration, chocolate has earned a status that many other types of food can never hope to reach. Chocolate is mood enhancing stuff, containing chemicals that have been scientifically proven to cheer you up, alleviate aches and pains, and even make you feel as though you're falling in love. Chocolate has been used for hundreds of years to cure many ailments, including headaches, stomach troubles and fatigue. Modern dark chocolate contains the same properties as the medicinal chocolate that physicians used in the past and therefore offers many of the same healing benefits. When consumed in moderate amounts, chocolate has several health benefits. The Aztecs thought that the cacao tree was sent from their god. They used it to cure ailments, improve overall health and as an aphrodisiac Chocolate contains chemicals that release endorphins that reduce pain and increase feelings of joy. Chocolate has nearly as many antioxidants as tea. Antioxidants prevent free radicals from damaging cells in the body. Chocolate acts as a mild amphetamine due to the small amount of caffeine that it contains, so it boosts energy and increases alertness. Despite its high fat content, consuming chocolate does not raise blood cholesterol levels. On average, a single American will consume more than 11 pounds of chocolate each year, while one person in Switzerland will consume over 22 pounds of chocolate. Chocolate may have properties that actually prevent tooth decay rather than causing it. Chocolate does not contribute to acne breakouts or migraines. When consumed in moderate amounts, chocolate has several health benefits.
Belgian chocolates are the finest products and among the top selling bands of chocolate industry. If you have an idea to start a store to get good return you must have to think about Belgian chocolate brands because they the products which have the capability to give you a smart return. According to the surveys it is noticed that one of the most selling product in stores are chocolates. This is the reason that every one love to sweeten its taste. Now choosing a chocolate in a store is one of the toughest jobs because in this duty you get your mouth watered on seeing every brand but it is observed that Belgian chocolates are on the top of the customer's choice. Every chocolate lover has its own choice according to its taste. Some people like the simple chocolate, some like the caramel chocolates, some like nuts and some love to have the combination of nuts and caramel chocolates. You Will Learn: The Different Flavors of Belgian Chocolates Belgian Chocolate Brands Belgian Chocolate Candies and Biscuits The Technique of Chocolate Fondue Belgian Chocolate Recipes Health Benefits of Chocolate AND MUCH MORE
An introduction to making real chocolate truffles for aspiring chocolatiers.
This comprehensive, practical, and heavily illustrated reference offers the essential building blocks and recipes for working with chocolate in the home kitchen. This cooking school in book form opens with 100 fundamental step-by-step techniques: chocolate basics (tempering, ganaches, and pralines), candy fillings, decorations, doughs, creams and mousses, ice cream and sorbet, sauces, and bakers secrets (marbling, faultless cake, crusts, and beating egg whites). Each method is explained in text and photographs; fourteen are further clarified on the accompanying ninety-minute DVD. Organized into nine sections, more than 100 recipes are then simplified for the home cook: Classics (Black Forest cake, Sachertorte, profiteroles, molten chocolate cake), Tarts (chocolate-pear, nut-caramel), Snacks (macaroons, waffles, brownies, choco-ginger churros), Frozen Desserts, Special Occasions (dark chocolate fondue, hazelnut-praline Yule log), and Candy (truffles, lollipops, coconut bars). Each recipe is graded with a three-star rating so the home chef can gauge its complexity and gradually expand their baking abilities through experience. Cross references to techniques, DVD footage, glossary terms, and complementary recipes make navigation easy. The volume includes practical resources: visual dictionaries of kitchen equipment and common ingredients; tips for conserving chocolate; a guide to dark, milk, and white chocolate and the importance of cocoa content; and a detailed index.
"In this age of singles, couples and otherwise smaller households, "Small-Batch Baking" is an idea that's in step with the times."--"The Dallas Morning News"
No one can resist the allure of home-made chocolate desserts--but when recipes yield a full dozen or more, we often eat more than our serving size. In "Small-Batch Baking for Chocolate Lovers, " acclaimed food writer Debby Maugans solves the problem by crafting irresistible chocolate recipes perfectly suited for two.
Featuring more than 120 cookie, cake, pie, tart, muffin, and scone recipes, over-the-top and lavishly loaded with chocolate of all kinds, nuts, candy bars, and flavors. Ideal for the single guy or gal, small family, retiree, or bride-to-be.
There's a dessert in this book for every occasion: a fool-proof birthday chocolate cake recipe, a chocolate orange tart for Valentine's Day, or when you're in the mood for a little self-indulgence, a chocolate souffle sized for one. Your sweetheart (and your waistline) will thank you
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.
The late 19th century saw a boom in the popularity of chocolate and chocolate products in America. James Bugbee's 1886 work, published under the auspices of the Walter Baker Chocolate Company, provides background information on the botanical properties and manufacture of the cocoa plant, as well as a myriad of delicious chocolate recipes formulated for the home cook.
Choccywoccydoodah's chocolate geniuses are found in their Brighton based Mothership, where artists, designers and sculptors create extraordinary confections to commission. The Mothership is home to a shop, cafe, secret party room and the first Witches Kitchen. The Flagship is a magnificent former tobacco factory, just off Carnaby Street, in London. Tourists, fans, chocolate lovers and aspiring Doodahs from all over the world pilgrimage to both the Mothership and Flagship to satiate their appetite for cake, chocolate and Choccywoccydoodah. Choccywoccydoodah: Chocolate, Cake and Curses is a book to celebrate all things chocolate and cake from a team that have dedicated their lives to being joy-makers and cake-bakers. It is a story book of recipes where Christine and her Doodahs share their own personal chocolate and cake favourites in addition to stories behind the world famous Rocky Road recipe, the Nuns Naughty Secrets, and the reason Brighton (chocolate) rocks. Choccywoccydoodah Chocolate, Cake and Curses has been written to put a spell on all chocolate lovers, everywhere. After all, everyone deserves a little magic.
This beautiful book is filled with over 35 exquisite chocolate recipes from Chocolate Orange Madeleines and Salted Caramel Brownies to White Chocolate Scones with Strawberries and Clotted Cream and of course the quintessential royal chocolate treat, Spiced Hot Chocolate. Through these delectable recipes learn the history of making, drinking and eating chocolate from its very beginnings to the royal chocolate kitchen at Hampton Court Palace right up to the present day. Discover why chocolate was considered a status symbol, how it was thought to have medicinal qualities, and the part that chocolate houses played in court life as pleasure haunts for the elite. Including chapters on Chocolate Cakes, Pastries and Tarts, Teatime Bites and Biscuits, and Drinks and Sauces as well as fascinating anecdotes about the infamous royals and their connection to the history of chocolate, this charming book provides everything you need to know to make your own chocolate recipes fit for a Queen.
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