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The Greek's called it the 'food of the gods' and it's easy to see why. Delectably sweet, luxuriously soft and divinely smooth - if any ingredient could launch a thousand ships, it would be chocolate. From sauces and desserts, to tarts, biscuits, cakes and drinks, chocolate's versatility is stunning. Whether you want to whip up the most incredibly simple mousse or indulge in chocolate party cake, this book covers it all. From rich chocolate truffles to warm pears with creamy chocolate sauce, from comforting hot chocolate with marshmallow topping to sophisticated chocolate marquise, the flavours, textures and aromas are always utterly intoxicating. The Big Book of Chocolate gives you a superb collection of delicious recipes, all of which are easy to follow and simple to make. Whether you're looking for the perfect way to end a dinner for your family and friends, or just an indulgent treat for yourself, you'll find a delicious array of options, from simple and traditional recipes to exquisite and innovative ones. For beginners and more experienced cooks alike, this is the one-stop bible for chocolate lovers.
Chocolate creator Neuhaus celebrates its 150th birthday with the ultimate book on chocolate. This sumptuous volume tells the story of Jean Neuhaus in Brussels, the birth of his chocolate pralines, the N of Napolean - no story is left untold. The book outlines the history of the finest chocolate: from the discovery by Columbus and the conquistadores, to the chocolate route around the world. The Temptation of Chocolate profiles a variety of chocolate designs and stories, covering the different applications of cacao in medicines and cosmetics and the importance of chocolate in movies, literature and theatre. It also includes delicious recipes and illustrations.
For many people, one of the most enjoyable pleasures is a delicious piece of chocolate. Chocolate is more than just a sweet. It's a rich sensation; a comfort; a stimulant, and it's good for you - in moderation. And of course chocolate is the magic ingredient in many delicious dishes. The Bittersweet World of Chocolate explores the story of this delectable food. It reveals an eventful history and explains why more of us are buying Fair Trade chocolate. Accompanied by 50 recipes from around the world, such as turkey in chocolate sauce, orange and chocolate biscuits, fondue and cheesecake, this book gives a chocolate boost to the mind and the body.
Main contents of Careful Selection of Fashion Cake Making include: cream; chocolate; chiffon cake base making; ingredient making, making of ornamental parts for chocolate; cream fruit cake; true feelings warped by fruits, customs of foreign countries, Isabelle; missing, etc.
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.
Is there any food as rich, smooth and satisfying as chocolate? Whether it is bitter or sweet, dark, milk or white, there is a chocolate for everyone to love. No wonder it is the world's favourite baking ingredient. This collection of outstanding chocolate recipes ranges from the traditional to the sophisticated, and includes cakes, biscuits, pies, breads, puddings, muffins and beverages: Chocolate at Breakfast; Breads, Sandwiches and Scones; Muffins; Cakes; Pies, Tarts and Pastries; Cookies and Bars; Puddings and Mousses; Frozen Desserts; Sauces, Syrups and Spreads; and, Beverages. All of the rich delights of chocolate captured in one volume of decadence. This book features incredibly creative and luscious recipes, illustrated in 32 pages of lip-smacking colour photographs. It works to perfection every time: features easy-to-follow, fail-safe recipes for a baker with any level of experience.
The delectable journey into the world of chocolate--by the award-winning author of Olives Science, over recent years, has confirmed what chocolate lovers have always known: the stuff is actually good for you. It's the Valentine's Day drug of choice, has more antioxidants than red wine, and triggers the same brain responses as falling in love. Nothing, in the end, can stand up to chocolate as a basic fundament to human life. In this scintillating narrative, acclaimed foodie Mort Rosenblum delves into the complex world of chocolate. From the mole poblano (chile-laced chicken with chocolate) of ancient Mexico to the contemporary French chocolatiers who produce the palets d'or (bite-sized, gold-flecked bricks of dark chocolate) to the vast empires of Hershey, Godiva, and Valrhona, Rosenblum follows the chocolate trail the world over. He visits cacao plantations; meets with growers, buyers, makers, and tasters; and investigates the dark side of the chocolate trade as well as the enduring appeal of its product. Engaging, entertaining, and revealing, Chocolate: A Bittersweet Saga of Dark and Light is an intriguing foray into this food of the gods.
Got problems? Get chocolate! Chocolate Therapy is a chocolate cookbook like no other, combining 100 irresistible recipes with tips on how chocolate works to lift your spirits and fight depression, fun chocolate trivia, quotes, and fascinating facts. You'l find yummy recipes with clever titles like Regression Cake and Freudian Fondue, as well as simply mouthwatering treats like Warm Chocolate Souffle Tart, Venus Cheesecake and Rich Tiramisu Squares. And, of course, there are the priceless quotes like Katharine Hepburn's What you see before you, my friend, is the result of a lifetime of chocolate, reminding chocolate-lovers everywhere that they are not alone.
Most favourite desserts include chocolate. Whether you prefer dark chocolate, milk chocolate, or white chocolate, there's something for everyone. Learn to make amazing chocolate fudge brownies that will astonish your guests; cakes and pies that everyone will enjoy at holiday parties; toppings and sauces that will make your favourite ice-cream sundae complete; and last but not least, learn to make the fancy truffles and mouth watering toffee that you can only find in a candy store. Perfect for the chocolate lover in your family!