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Joshua Davis and Bruno Tropeano, two guys right out of college, felt that something was amiss. People in Maine created some of the best of everything in the world - higher education, ships, television doctors, winter boots. But the gelato of which they dreamt could not be found here in Maine, or anywhere else in the United States. Josh and Bruno sensed both a responsibility and an opportunity and set off to rediscover the lost art. Imagining a long-forgotten Red Spoon Society of superior gelato artisans, they learned the techniques and practices of the old masters of gelato. They used those techniques as a foundation for creating an even better gelato experience: make lots of creative flavors for discerning guests, serve them in a way that invites discovery and delight, and never compromise on quality. In 2007, the doors to their first gelato store opened. Josh and Bruno named it Gelato Fiasco as a hedge against trend-pursuers, treasure hunters, and impostors, for only a true food lover, guided by his or her own sense of adventure, would dare enter a store with that name. And as they loved it, they would share with their families and friends, who would share with theirs. Gelato Fiasco is a book brimming with humor, Maine values, mouth-watering color photographs, and, most importantly, delicious recipes (out of 1500 in the "flavor vault" the book will include 100 or so) for making your own gelato at home, plus recipes sauces, cones, and other treats to enjoy with your gelato.
Indulge in life's greatest pleasures with over 100 recipes for desserts, cakes and sweet treats in Trish Deseine's book 100 Desserts to Die For.Who can resist the temptation of Blackberry and apple shortcake, Intense Guinness chocolate cake, Coffee, chocolate and hazelnut dacquoise or Raspberry roulade? In Trish Deseine's glamorous, decadent and utterly delicious recipes in 100 Desserts to Die For we promise you that even those with the strongest willpower won't be able to say no. Split into chapters of Classics (think Milk chocolate and salted butter caramel mousse), Chocolate (Chocolate, peanut butter and oreo biscuit tart), Soft (Croissant pudding with caramel and bourbon), Fruit (Eton mess with rose, strawberry and roasted rhubarb), and Ice (Banana, mango and date tarte tatin with creme fraiche ice cream), 100 Desserts to Die For has a recipe for every occasion.The recipes are packed with tips, shortcuts and good advice and are guaranteed to impress your guests.
Homemade ice cream is the ultimate treat and the ultimate comfort food! Ice cream's appeal is truly universal, and it delights all ages. And thanks to the many ice cream makers now on the market, it's easy to create an amazing variety of ice creams, granitas, sorbets, gelatos and ices that will satisfy in ways store-bought ice creams never could. When served to guests, homemade ice cream can be even more impressive than the fanciest cakes and tarts. There are many benefits to making your own ice cream: homemade ice cream is creamier than store-bought, it is made with fresh, wholesome ingredients, and you can customize your choices according to your personal preferences, making it organic, low-fat, low-cholesterol or nut-free. Kids are fascinated by the process of making ice cream - it's a fun task that families can share while creating fond memories at the same time. Marilyn and Tanya share 200 innovative, inspiring and luscious recipes, from Chocolate Macaroon Ice Cream to Carrot Ginger Ice Cream to Kiwi Gelato, along with classics like Honey Vanilla Ice Cream, Peanut Butter Chocolate Ice Cream and Peach Ice Cream. With so many sumptuous recipes to choose from, the sky's almost the limit!
Dulce de Leche Cheesecake, Raspberry Almond Tart with Chantilly Cream, Banana Caramel Bread, Biscotti Cherry Chocolate...these and many more delicious desserts are deceptively quick and easy-if you know the tricks. In an accessible, sumptuously illustrated cookbook, award-winning executive pastry chef Heather Bertinetti provides fool proof methods and techniques for making mouth-watering confections, including cookies, pies, cakes, tarts, doughnuts, and more. Where other books simplify recipes by taking shortcuts like using pre-made cake mixes, Bake It, Don't Fake It! has recipes that rely on quality ingredients and are made 100% from scratch. Bertinetti eliminates the intimidation factor by first teaching the basics and offering tips and fixes for when things go wrong, whether it's cream that's been whipped too far or chocolate that's burned instead of melted. Prefer your chocolate chip cookies chewy, crispy, or thick and cakey? Bertinetti provides advice on adjusting recipes to make them your own. Featuring an introduction from Rachael Ray and dozens of gorgeous photos, Bake It, Don't Fake It! is a rookie baker's best friend, whether you're looking to create a dinner party centrepiece, give a fabulous hostess gift, or surprise the family with a weeknight treat.
This is the definitive guide to the fruits of the world, featuring a comprehensive photographic identification guide to fruits, with information about the history, varieties and nutritional value. It includes all the well-known citrus fruits, berries and other fruits, such as apples, bananas, melons, peaches, figs and grapes, as well as exotic varieties such as babacoa, custard apples, sharon fruit and prickly pears, rambutans and snake fruit. With 500 photographs, this is the ideal reference book on identifying, preparing, preserving and cooking fruit. Tempting recipes include Hot Date Puddings with Toffee Sauce, French Apple Tart, and Date and Walnut Brownies. Nothing can beat a simple dessert of perfectly ripe juicy fruit, perhaps served with a dollop of cream, or with some good cheese. All fruits can be cooked and served on their own, or used to create a huge range of dishes, from pies and puddings to cakes, ice creams, mousses and featherlight souffles. In the first section of this book, there is an illustrated step-by-step guide to preparing, juicing, preserving and cooking fruit, and a guide to useful equipment. There is essential information about all the common, less well-known and exotic fruits and how and where the fruit is grown, where to buy and how to store and cook. With over 100 enticing recipes, this lovely book will provide a wealth of inspiration.
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