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This title lets you explore the delicious versatility of gingerbread in 24 delightful projects. It features 24 beautiful, traditional and innovative gingerbread projects which are easy to make and fun to decorate for both adults and children. A glossary of techniques, simple recipes and step-by-step instructions make constructing gingerbread cottages and castles easy and fun. It includes ideas such as Christmas tree cookies, a gingerbread Noah's Ark complete with animals, a Hansel and Gretel cottage, steam train, fairy-tale castle, rocking horses and much much more. It features over 150 pictures, including photographs of every finished project and how-to images of the design stages. This charming book is a must for cake decorators, craftspeople and children of all ages. Gingerbread is deliciously tasty, fun and very versatile; there are light and dark gingerbreads, chocolate varieties and even gingerbread laden with fruits, nuts and candies. All are employed in this wonderful book, which is bursting with design and decorating ideas for Christmas and all-year celebrations. This creative collection of gingerbread castles, animals, cottages and cakes can be adapted for Christmas, birthday parties and as gifts for children and adults. As well as basic, traditional gingerbread recipes there are 24 wonderful projects to make, including Christmas tree cookies, a steam train, a rocking horse, an embellished elephant and much more. Whether decorated with piped icing, gold leaf paint or festooned with tiny candies, the projects taste as delicious as they look.
|Publication date:||20th September 2012|
|Publisher:||Lorenz Books an imprint of Anness Publishing|
|Categories:||Cakes, baking, icing & sugarcraft, Cooking for/with children,|
Joanna Farrow worked as a food writer on women's magazines, then as a freelance, contributing articles to various magazines and writing cookbooks on subjects ranging from fish and shellfish to children's cooking, cakes and chocolate. She has a particular interest in sweet and decorative desserts.More About Joanna Farrow