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This title features sensational sweet recipes from around the world: 140 delectable dishes shown in 250 stunning photographs. You can create sumptuous desserts with this irresistible collection of sweet recipes, from elegant fruit tarts to rich and indulgent chocolate puddings. It features a range of classic dishes, including Boston Banoffee Pie, Tiramisu, Lemon Meringue Pie, Bread and Butter Pudding, and Chunky Chocolate Ice Cream. It includes a fully-illustrated practical section that gives you advice on mastering techniques such as making different types of pastry and preparing fresh fruit, as well as cooking traditional sweet sauces such as Creme Anglaise, Brandy Butter, and Chocolate Fudge Sauce. A tempting dessert is the perfect way to finish off any meal. Whether it's a light fruity dish on a summer's evening, a hearty pudding on a cold winter's night, an elegant pastry creation for an impressive dinner party or a simple ice cream dessert for a family treat, everybody has their own best-loved sweet dish. This book contains classic recipes from modern ideas, divided into chapters covering Ice Cream and Iced Desserts; Cold Puddings; Pies, Tarts and Cheesecakes; Cakes, Gateaux and Pastries; Fruit Desserts; and Hot Puddings. There is a photograph of every finished dish, making it easy to achieve successful results.
The seaside resort town of Brighton both contrasts and complements the rural, historic county of Sussex. From farming native breeds to whipping up homemade houmous, the people of both the town and county as a whole, are committed to innovation, heritage preservation and above all, great taste. Discover the delights of English wine, stroll along the shingle tucking into the freshest fish and chips, or while away a few hours sipping tea and watching the world go by. This book showcases the diverse range of incredibly talented people who contribute their love and care to making the Brighton and Sussex food and drink scene so exciting, and celebrates the independent spirit that has created such a plethora of unique culinary delights. Roll up your sleeves and get stuck in!
From quirky home-grown cafes to sleek city-centre restaurants and off-the-track country pubs, The Leeds and West Yorkshire Cook Book offers a veritable slice of the region's burgeoning food and drink scene. Combining original step-by-step recipes with stories and anecdotes from the independent businesses that make the city and its surroundings thrive; this book is your guide to the area, one forkful at a time. Whether you fancy something hearty and traditional like beef cheek bourguignon, roast woodland pigeon, or Shipley hogget, or if you're after a taste of something different such as a dandelion and burdock cake, Brazilian breakfast or festive chicken bastilla - the dishes amongst these pages reflect the true diversity of our city and beyond. It's time to get stuck in!
This book contains classic recipes from around the world and is divided into chapters covering ice cream and iced desserts; cold desserts; pies, tarts and cheesecakes; cakes, gateaux and pastries; fruit desserts; and hot puddings. Try Rich Chocolate Mousse Gateau or Meringues with Chestnut Cream. There follows a helpful section giving tips and advice, including techniques on making different types of pastry, preparing fresh fruit and mastering some basic recipes such as Creme Anglaise and Chocolate Fudge Sauce. Each recipe is illustrated with full-colour photography and written in easy-to-follow steps. This tempting volume will provide inspiration time and time again for making a glorious array of delightful desserts.
160 fun, creative and easy-to-make ideas shown step by step, with over 800 practical photographs * Beautiful designer craft ideas to enhance every room of your house, with step-by-step photographs to show what to do at every stage This title helps you make your own frames, mirrors, home accessories, clocks, mobiles, decorative boxes, fabric furnishings, earrings, badges, creative stationery and gift wraps, using all kinds of craft techniques. There are all kinds of craft techniques to try, including applique, patchwork, cross stitch, machine embroidery, salt dough, polymer clay, painting, gilding and stamping. Crafts have never been so accessible, so up-to-the-minute or so popular. Modern craft materials and simplified techniques have encouraged more and more people to discover their own creative abilities. In this book are easy-to-follow project ideas to tempt all crafters, with the bonus of making something wonderful to improve your home. You can find out how to make a delightful gilded frame, a shabby-chic painted bench, a charming toy box, a retro cafe-style curtain, and pretty rose-stamped stationery.Every project is shown stage by stage with 800 bright and clear pictures, to inspire and guide the reader, from beginners to experienced hobbyists.
Cheshire is a county with a rich and diverse food heritage.Whether it's the fantastic independently run restaurants, superb local pubs, wealth of farmers markets or outstanding food and drink festivals (of which Cheshire has more than any other), it's a county full of treats for food fans.You'll find a superb choice of places to eat and drink, from a Michelin-starred restaurant to idyllic country inns and lots more besides. Packed in these pages we've got recipes from the likes of The Chester Grosvenor (one of only four restaurants in the UK to have been awarded a Michelin star consecutively for over 25 years) and The Clink, a high-end restaurant run out of a women's prison, as well as Chef's Table and Joseph Benjamin, fine dining restaurants in Chester. Then there are chapters from Harthill Cookery School and Mrs Darlington Preserves, which is stocked throughout the UK but calls Cheshire home. From family butchers and local cheese suppliers to luxury liqueurs and earth-friendly food found at The Garden in Hale, all tastes are catered for right here.It's time to roll up your sleeves and get stuck in.
The county of Oxfordshire has a rich history, from world renowned academic institutions, to stunning architecture and surrounding areas of outstanding natural beauty. Yet one of the lesser-known wonders of this county is the thriving independent food and drink scene. From the cafes, bars, restaurants and delis in the hustle and bustle of Oxford city centre to gastropubs nestled in picturesque towns and villages like Henley-on-Thames and Fyfield, there's a plethora of quality eateries to explore. The Oxfordshire Cook Book showcases some of the finest foodie businesses in the region, sharing stories and recipes from the chefs, restaurateurs, bakers, artisan makers and producers that make up this exciting culinary community. With chapters from Michelinstarred restaurant The Nut Tree Inn to The Oxford Cheese Company, Tutu Delicious and The Crooked Billet; you'll find something to suit everyone's taste. Additional wine-pairing notes for each dish from Eynsham Cellars will ensure this is your definitive guide to making the most out of the region's offerings. It's time to roll up your sleeves and get stuck in.
The Street Food Revolution Street food comes all in shapes and sizes - hot or cold, quick-cooked or slowly simmered, wrapped or rolled, sweet or savoury...what ties it together is the passion that is shared by the artisan traders who bring gourmet dishes out from restaurants and onto the streets. The Northern cities are at the forefront of this exciting culinary trend. Ambitious and passionate foodies have brought local ingredients and top-quality cooking to the streets, creating amazing flavour combinations in front of our eyes and dishing them up at affordable prices. From Birmingham to Newcastle, there are so many markets and vendors, you could spend a year trying them all. Nottingham, Loughborough, Sheffield, Hull, Leeds, Manchester, Darlington and Sunderland all have incredible traders putting them firmly on the street food map, but there is also plenty going on outside the major cities. Whether you're in the Lake District, North Yorkshire or the Peak District, you'll find inspiration in this book for incredible food to try. Whether it's being served up from a tent, van or mobile pizza oven - if it's made on the move, it's covered in this book.
This title features 140 delectable dishes shown in 250 stunning photographs. You can create sumptuous desserts with this irresistible collection of 140 sweet recipes, from elegant fruit tarts to rich and indulgent chocolate puddings. It features a range of classic dishes, including Boston Banoffee Pie, Tiramisu, Lemon Meringue Pie, Bread and Butter Pudding, Chunky Chocolate Ice Cream and Christmas Pudding. It includes a fully-illustrated practical section that gives you advice on mastering techniques such as making different types of pastry and preparing fresh fruit, and cooking traditional sweet sauces such as Creme Anglaise, Brandy Butter and Chocolate Fudge Sauce. It offers step-by-step instructions and an inspirational picture of the finished dish, as well as cook's tips and variations. It includes complete nutritional analysis for every recipe. Desserts are an irresistible treat that can be the perfect way to finish off any meal. This book contains classic recipes from around the world, divided into chapters covering Ice Cream and Iced Desserts; Cold Puddings; Pies, Tarts and Cheesecakes; Cakes, Gateaux and Pastries; Fruit Desserts; and Hot Puddings. You can try such temptations as Boston Banoffee Pie, Tiramisu, Lemon Meringue Pie, Bread and Butter Pudding, Chunky Chocolate Ice Cream and Christmas Pudding. Also included is a helpful section of tips and advice, including techniques on making different types of pastry, preparing fresh fruit, and mastering basic recipes such as Creme Anglaise, Brandy Butter and Chocolate Fudge Sauce. This book will provide inspiration time and time again for making a glorious array of delightful desserts.
We all know that our capital of the North is a city bursting with a love of culture, sport, music and nightlife. But these days, it's also become celebrated for our vibrant food and drink scene, with countless producers, breweries, restaurants and delis recognised for their alternative culinary concoctions. This book is all about showcasing the finest of these. We revel in the very best of the region's local specialities, including Bury's famous Black Pudding and the traditional Manchester Tart as well as exploring a plethora of places you'll find whilst meandering through the converted mills, warehouses and city side streets. Packed to the rafters with recipes and anecdotes from the culinary community, you are bound to find something that tickles your taste buds. With entries from the Aiden Byrne's Manchester House and Simon Rogan's Mr Coopers as well as The Victorian Chop House Company, Harvey Nichols and The Metropolitan, it's time to roll up your sleeves and get stuck in.
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