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By Karen Davies, 36 pages.Contents: Very appealing christening cakes for every taste. There are novelty cakes, sleeping babies, cute animals and more. Beautiful soft colours enhance these designs for a very special day.
By John Slattery, 160 pages (HB).Contents: Types of Chocolate, basic techniques, summer fruits, strawberry bowl centrepiece, rose drape, roses and leaves, croquembouche, cuppuccino cloches, lattice ball and truffle centrepiece, truffle treats, domino effect, almond rocher box centrepiece, kemet pyramid, pipes and scrolls, textures and curls, spring wedding, summer wedding, autumn wedding, leaf and chestnut centrepiece, winter wedding, kir royal, orange domes, textured dream, carnival cone, truffles, hearts and curls, white carnation, dark truffles, tropical wedding, parcel cake, orange tree, place settings, base cakes, sauces and icings, templates.
By Mich Turner, 160 pages (HB).Contents: Divided into 8 Chapters Couture Wedding Cakes will not only inspire you but will also give you the information you need to make these cakes yourself. Whether you choose a romantic, fairytale-like cake, a chic number that is style itself or a show stopping confection of chocolate and flowers , you will be guided step-by-step through all the stages to create a breathtaking wedding cake that will be admired by all.
By Debbie Brown, 112 pages (HB).Contents: Cake and filling recipes, basic equipment, essential edibles, quantity chart, basic techniques. New England chapel, lace butterflies, retro roses, cocktail reception, 60s love, mouse party, flying high, Ganesh's blessing, beetle love, wedding march, a fine romance, feline fantasy. Templates.
By Peggy Porschen, 144 pages.Contents: There are delights to celebrate all the steps on the course of true love, from the earliest stirrings of affection on St. Valentine s Day, through the proposal and engagement, the bridal shower and hen or stag nights up to the big day itself. For that, Peggy has designed all manner of irresistible inventions, from decorated cookie favours and place cards to table centrepieces, bridesmaids gifts and decorations for the children s table. Beginning with an easy-to-follow introduction covering all the equipment, basic recipes and techniques needed to make the cakes, the book is designed to suit both beginners and more experienced cooks. Chapters cover Cookies, Cup Cakes and Miniatures Cakes and Large Cakes and include delights such as Venetian Mask Cookies, Je t Aime Fondant Fancies in a Box and the breathtaking Bed of Roses. User-friendly text and clear step-by-step photography make even the most elaborate creations achievable so that every romantic occasion can be made to taste a little bit sweeter.
By Alan Dunn, 144 pages.Contents: This book is organised into 4 chapters. Foundations - covering the basics, describing tools and materials needed, as well as demonstrating the core skills of coating cakes with different types of icing. Design - A practical approach to design is presented with information on shape, size, colour and flavour, as well as practical advice on planning side designs and using pillars. Decorative techniques - This covers a broad range of creative decorative techniques, from basic piping to gelatine work, chocolate decorations and cocoa painting. Sugar Flowers - This chapter includes flower modelling skills as well as specific flower projects.
By Cynthia Venn, 48 pages.Contents: Stephanotis, Freesia, lily of the valley, rose, leaves, carnation, violet, longiflorum lily, orange blossom, alstroemaria, crescent spray, dendrobium orchid, gardenia, cymbidium orchid, basic recipes.
By Claire Webb, 48 pages.Contents: Casablanca lily, alstroemaria, eucalyptus, freesia, sunflower, clematis, carnation, jasmine,rose, acorns, cymbidium orchid, longiflorum lily, basic recipes, templates.
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