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Chocolate by the Bald Man is an imaginative chocolate franchise with over 20 locations in five countries. The restaurants offer playfully named confections like the s'more-inspired Chocolate Pizza - alongside traditional main courses. The atmosphere - a Wonka-like, family friendly space that boasts gigantic vats of churning chocolate - also serves as a main attraction for its diverse clientele of tourists, locals and the occasional celebrity. CHOCOLATE: A LOVE STORY is a colorful cookbook that captures the joy and energy of the restaurants with over 50 original recipes for the restaurant's most popular chocolate treats. The book is narrated in the quirky, captivating voice of the restaurant's semi-fictional Bald Man, Max Brenner and bold illustrations mirror the restaurant's decor and menu design. Full-colour photos accompany the easy-to-follow recipes. An eye-catching celebration of the franchise's chocolate culture, CHOCOLATE: A LOVE STORY will tempt Max Brenner fans and win new devotees.
This is a wickedly indulgent collection of over 25 chocolate projects, variations and ideas for every occasion. Decoration and presentation are key to the Bake me I'm Yours series and this, the third title in the series, demonstrates dozens of innovative and stylish ways to embellish with chocolate. From simply tempting truffles, cupcakes and brownies to exquisite cakes for weddings, birthdays and Christmas, you're sure to find a delicious project to add style to your celebration. Step-by-step techniques and basic recipes cover the essentials of working with chocolate. Professional tips and mouthwatering photography will further entice you to sample this tantalizing chocolate selection.
La Maison du Chocolat is one of the best-known high-end chocolate makers in the world. With eight shops in Paris and six in other locations (including New York), their award-winning creations are synonymous with gourmet chocolate. In this luxurious book, the brilliant chocolatier and pastry chef Gilles Marchal, head of La Maison du Chocolat, revisits the recipes that made the shop famous, and brings us a host of creative new recipes as well. The recipes include timeless classics like chocolate eclairs, millefeuilles, and truffles; savory concoctions like raspberry-pepper ganache, chocolate tagliatelle, and a chocolate and sausage brioche; and audacious variations like red and black ganache floating in champagne, foie gras dipped in chocolate fondue, and a macaroon made with chocolate, black truffle, and pear. The finished recipes are magnificently photographed by Veronique Durruty to convey the luxury and drama of these delectable chocolate creations.
Redolent of everything sensual and hedonistic, chocolate is synonymous with our idea of indulgence. It is adored around the world and has been since the Spanish first encountered cocoa beans in South America in the sixteenth century. It is seen as magical, exotic, addictive and powerful beyond anything that can be explained by its ingredients, and in Chocolate Sarah Moss and Alexander Badenoch explore the origins and growth of this almost universal obsession. Moss and Badenoch recount the history of chocolate, which from ancient times has been associated with sexuality, sin, blood and sacrifice. The first Spanish accounts claim that the Aztecs and Mayans used chocolate as a substitute for blood in sacrificial rituals and as a currency to replace gold. In 1753, Linnaeus gave the cocoa tree the official classification Theobroma cacao, or the food of the gods. In the eighteenth century, chocolate became regarded as an aphrodisiac the first step on the road to today's boxes of Valentine delights. Chocolate also looks at the production of chocolate, from artisanal chocolatiers to the brands such as Hershey's, Lindt and Cadbury that dominate our supermarket shelves, and explores its associations with slavery and globalization. Packed with tempting images and decadent descriptions of chocolate throughout the ages, Chocolate will be as irresistible as the tasty treats it describes.
Chocolate is an exciting collection of 60 recipes created by pastry chef, Audrey Tan. She includes tips on how to handle and temper chocolates, so you can indulge yourself in these rich and delightful chocolate treats without fuss or worry at home! From biscuits and cakes to sauces and creams, every recipe is accompanied by full coloured photographs, so you'll know exactly what to expect from each recipe.
This is an indulgent compilation of 100 chocolate recipes. There are ideas for all occasions - from midweek desserts to cakes, treats and biscuits to classic fruit and nut dishes. Something to satisfy every chocoholic mood and moment. Over 100 triple-tested recipes in a new full-colour cookery series, featuring the most popular recipes from the GH Institute Kitchens - tried, tested, trusted recipes that are guaranteed to work first time every time. Other titles in the Easy to Make! series: `Low GI' (9781843406549), `Family Meals in Minutes' (9781843406556), `Salads & Dressings' (9781843406563), `Speedy Meals' (9781843406570), `Chicken' (9781843406587), `BBQs & Grills' (9781843406600), `Christmas' (9781843406617), `Slow Cook' (9781843406518) and `Cupcakes, Muffins & Brownies' (9781843406525).
Discover the wonderfully indulgent world of chocolate with this irresistible cookbook, containing 135 fabulous recipes gathered from all over the world. Sumptuously illustrated with over 260 beautiful photographs.
The world loves chocolate and chances are you do too. This enjoyable book,written by two leading dieticians,will serve to deepen your love and also your understanding of chocolate. The authors help you explore some surprising applications of chocolate to your life: from its sensory pleasures to its role in emotional and physical wellness. With luscious photography and enticing recipes, this delightful, even mouthwatering, book will bring your appreciation for this gift of Mother Nature to a new level.