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Snacking Cakes by Yossy Arefi

Title Snacking Cakes
Author Yossy Arefi
Publisher Clarkson Potter
Release 2020-10-27
Category Cooking
Total Pages 192
ISBN 0593139674
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Find sweet satisfaction with 50 easy, everyday cake recipes made with simple ingredients, one bowl, and no fuss. NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY Bon Appétit • The New York Times Book Review • Epicurious • Town & Country “[Snacking Cakes] hits the sweet spot. . . . Cake for breakfast? Yes, please!”—Martha Stewart Living In Snacking Cakes, the indulgent, treat-yourself concept of cake becomes an anytime, easy-to-make treat. Expert baker Yossy Arefi’s collection of no-fuss recipes is perfect for anyone who craves near-instant cake satisfaction. With little time and effort, these single-layered cakes are made using only one bowl (no electric mixers needed) and utilize ingredients likely sitting in your cupboard. They’re baked in the basic pans you already own and shine with only the most modest adornments: a dusting of powdered sugar, a drizzle of glaze, a dollop of whipped cream. From Nectarine and Cornmeal Upside-Down Cake and Gingery Sweet Potato Cake to Salty Caramel Peanut Butter Cake and Milk Chocolate Chip Hazelnut Cake, these humble, comforting treats couldn’t be simpler to create. Yossy’s rustic, elegant style combines accessible, diverse flavors in intriguing ways that make them easy for kids to join in on the baking, but special enough to serve company or bring to potlucks. Whether enjoyed in a quiet moment alone with a cup of morning coffee or with friends hungrily gathered around the pan, these ever-pleasing, undemanding cakes will become part of your daily ritual.

Title The Complete Idiot s Guide to Snack Cakes
Author James O. Fraioli
Publisher Penguin
Release 2008-06-03
Category Cooking
Total Pages 256
ISBN 1436242835
Language English, Spanish, and French
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All the tempting decadence-homemade! Includes color photos. Master Baker Leslie Bilderback shows readers how to make their favorite treats in their own kitchens, then goes on to introduce dozens of other mouth-watering snack cake recipes from around the world. Everyone loves a treat: serve them up with tea, coffee, or lemonade; take a plate to a party- and wait for the raves to roll in! * Written by an expert master chef and baker * More than 100 delicious and easy-to-follow recipes * Four-color insert with fantastic decorating tips

Snacking Cakes by Alberta Producers Commission

Title Snacking Cakes
Author Alberta Producers Commission
Publisher
Release 1996
Category
Total Pages 8
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Das Ist Zucker by Ewald Notter

Title Das Ist Zucker
Author Ewald Notter
Publisher
Release 1992
Category Cake decorating
Total Pages 191
ISBN 9783980371704
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Fruit Cake by Jason Schreiber

Title Fruit Cake
Author Jason Schreiber
Publisher HarperCollins
Release 2020-11-10
Category Cooking
Total Pages 272
ISBN 0062977474
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Named one of the Best Cookbooks of 2020 by Food + Wine, David Lebovitz, and Delish.com, and one of the Best Baking Books of 2020 by Pastry at Home and Dallas Morning News “Jason’s love of shaking up tradition is evident. Adding fruits to bolster flavors in familiar baked goods is groundbreaking . . . steering us to experiment, try new combinations of flavors, and expand our baking vocabulary.” —From the foreword by Martha Stewart Jason Schreiber, one of New York City’s most influential and popular food stylists, combines aesthetic flair and flavor in 75 whimsical recipes that celebrate fruit and cake in all their festive and delicious glory. In gorgeous photos and dozens of fresh and flavorful recipes, acclaimed food stylist Jason Schreiber shatters misconceptions about that most maligned of desserts—fruitcake—by imaginatively breaking with convention as he pays homage to the delicious combination of fruit and cake. Forget those dried artificially dyed candied doorstops that everyone regifts and passes on. Fruit Cake is a tasty epicurean tour through dozens of cakes and other pastries that use a variety of fruits, combining them with diverse fillings, as well as liquor, nuts, and more. Interwoven with the recipes are stories, anecdotes and asides that are just as charming and intriguing as the lush, full-color photos that accompany them. Each recipe in Fruit Cake showcases one of thirty-eight fruit, whose natural sweetness and juice make desserts that are perfectly moist and sweet without being overpowering. Indulge your taste buds with his beautiful, fanciful creations, including: Constant Cravings—cakes like Raspberry Tea Cake and Polenta Pound Cake with Spiced Mandarins that will satisfy your cravings at any hour of day Out of Hand—finger-focused treats perfect for pocketing or dressing to impress, such as Mango Coconut Cashew Bites and Blueberry Ginger Studmuffins Showstoppers—cakes for the spotlight that you can humblebrag about “just throwing together,” including Passionfruit Lime Pavlova and Horchata and Roasted Plum Sorbet Cake All Rise—the next best thing to eating sumptuous creations like the Blood Orange Bee Sting Cake or Bourbon Peach Kugelhopf, and other sumptuous creations is smelling the just-risen yeasted dough Soaked—try one slice of these decadent cakes that marinate in booze for days—whether it’s the likes of the Pomegranate Molasses Cake or the Fig, Port, and Chocolate Cake—and you’ll need a designated driver Filled with divine desserts for all seasons, this wonderful cookbook will forever change the way you think about fruit and cake.

Title Snack Food
Author
Publisher
Release 1994
Category Bakers and bakeries
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Gift Mixes by Jackie Gannaway

Title Gift Mixes
Author Jackie Gannaway
Publisher
Release 1998-09
Category Food mixes
Total Pages 32
ISBN 9781885597250
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Consumer Goods Europe
Author
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Release 2004
Category Marketing
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Hershey s Fabulous Desserts
Author
Publisher
Release 1993-06
Category Cooking
Total Pages
ISBN 9780785305040
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title A Love Affair with Southern Cooking
Author Jean Anderson
Publisher Harper Collins
Release 2010-08-31
Category Cooking
Total Pages 464
ISBN 0061914509
Language English, Spanish, and French
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More than a cookbook, this is the story of how a little girl, born in the South of Yankee parents, fell in love with southern cooking at the age of five. And a bite of brown sugar pie was all it took. "I shamelessly wangled supper invitations from my playmates," Anderson admits. "But I was on a voyage of discovery, and back then iron-skillet corn bread seemed more exotic than my mom's Boston brown bread and yellow squash pudding more appealing than mashed parsnips." After college up north, Anderson worked in rural North Carolina as an assistant home demonstration agent, scarfing good country cooking seven days a week: crispy "battered" chicken, salt-rising bread, wild persimmon pudding, Jerusalem artichoke pickles, Japanese fruitcake. Later, as a New York City magazine editor, then a freelancer, Anderson covered the South, interviewing cooks and chefs, sampling local specialties, and scribbling notebooks full of recipes. Now, at long last, Anderson shares her lifelong exploration of the South's culinary heritage and not only introduces the characters she met en route but also those men and women who helped shape America's most distinctive regional cuisine—people like Thomas Jefferson, Mary Randolph, George Washington Carver, Eugenia Duke, and Colonel Harlan Sanders. Anderson gives us the backstories on such beloved Southern brands as Pepsi-Cola, Jack Daniel's, Krispy Kreme doughnuts, MoonPies, Maxwell House coffee, White Lily flour, and Tabasco sauce. She builds a time line of important southern food firsts—from Ponce de León's reconnaissance in the "Island of Florida" (1513) to the reactivation of George Washington's still at Mount Vernon (2007). For those who don't know a Chincoteague from a chinquapin, she adds a glossary of southern food terms and in a handy address book lists the best sources for stone-ground grits, country ham, sweet sorghum, boiled peanuts, and other hard-to-find southern foods. Recipes? There are two hundred classic and contemporary, plain and fancy, familiar and unfamiliar, many appearing here for the first time. Each recipe carries a headnote—to introduce the cook whence it came, occasionally to share snippets of lore or back-stairs gossip, and often to explain such colorful recipe names as Pine Bark Stew, Chicken Bog, and Surry County Sonker. Add them all up and what have you got? One lip-smackin' southern feast! A Love Affair with Southern Cooking is the winner of the 2008 James Beard Foundation Book Award, in the Americana category.

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