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When it comes to sweets, the French do it best! If you love macarons, sablés, petit fours, and madeleines, you're in for a sweet treat. This delicious cookbook is full of recipes for bite-size French desserts that pack a sweet punch. With the tiny desserts featured in Les Petits Sweets, you can taste more than one, or have a dessert-tasting party to try them all. And try them you must. With flavors like: Earl Grey lavender cassis cardamom apple-yuzu ...and more, it will be impossible to choose just one. Nougats, caramels, and tiny cakes and cookies will help you expand your French repertoire and flex your baking muscles. Tangerine-Poppy Financiers, Tarte Tatin Macarons, Strawberry-Matcha Tartelettes, Chocolate-Macadamia Shortbreads, and Sesame-Chocolate-Orange Wafers are just a few of the imaginative patisserie offerings you can recreate at home. Classic French techniques explain each recipe from start to finish. Go ahead, have dessert first.
Les Petits Macarons is your ultimate and easy guide to making delectable, bakery-quality macarons - at home! Macarons have become a worldwide sensation, whether it be because of their dazzling assortment of colors, their associations with Parisian elegance, or just because they taste amazing! These delectable little delights may seem daunting for any home baker, but authors Kathryn Gordon and Anne E. McBride are here to demystify macarons. This book is like a private baking class in your very own kitchen, with careful, detailed instruction and recipes guaranteed to bring the flavors of France right to your door. It features dozens of flavor combinations, structured around three basic shell methods-French, Swiss, and Italian-with a never-before-seen Easiest French Macaron Method (and a convenient Troubleshooting Guide) that is sure to make macaron magic possible for anyone using nothing more than a mixer, an oven, and a piping bag. Shell flavors include: Pistachio Blackberry Coconut Red velvet With an array of fillings: Crunchy dark chocolate ganache Lemon curd Strawberry guava pate de fruit There are even savory flavors like saffron, parsley, and ancho chile paired with fillings like hummus, foie gras with black currant, or duck confit with port and fig. Les Petits Macarons offers endless possibilities for everyone to enjoy!
The height of sophistication in France is to serve layered desserts in small glasses at dinner and lunch parties. They call them Verrines, but in the UK we call them simply Divine Chocolate Desserts. This title contains 33 original sweet treats including chocolate-mint, choco-citron, lavender truffle chocolate, coffee and chocolate granitas with crushed ice and Bailey's cream. All arranged in beautiful glasses to show wicked red and black jellies with glistening fruit, coffee, cream, white, dark and milk chocolate. Easy-to-make and irresistible to eat.
Macarons are one of the most delicious and decadent desserts you can try in France today, and while you will be able to find them in a lot of places worldwide, nothing can beat the classic French flavor of Macarons. However, if you want to try baking these little delicacies at home, you have to be extremely gentle and patient. This Book bring you 25 different recipes you can use to bake macarons, using different ingredients and fillings. You can learn how to add variations to a single batch of your baked macarons and become a master chef, popular for their magic French Macarons.
In many restaurants in France, a little taste of something sweet will be provided in the form of these sophisticated coffee accompaniments, often instead of dessert. When making them at home you can end a stylish dinner party with White Chocolate Truffles or classic Florentines. Enjoy mini-Madeleines or bitesize Lemon Muffins as a fabulous elevenses snack; or even give tiny jam-filled Star biscuits or little Rum Sponges as a chic gift; and for the seriously ambitious there are espressos topped with floating spun sugar haloes. Whichever recipe you choose, these little coffee-time treats are bound to make any occasion seriously special.
That Sweet Enemy brings both British wit (Robert Tombs is a British historian) and French panache (Isabelle Tombs is a French historian) to bear on three centuries of the history of Britain and France. From Waterloo to Chirac’s slandering of British cooking, the authors chart this cross-channel entanglement and the unparalleled breadth of cultural, economic, and political influence it has wrought on both sides, illuminating the complex and sometimes contradictory aspects of this relationship—rivalry, enmity, and misapprehension mixed with envy, admiration, and genuine affection—and the myriad ways it has shaped the modern world. Written with wit and elegance, and illustrated with delightful images and cartoons from both sides of the Channel, That Sweet Enemy is a unique and immensely enjoyable history, destined to become a classic.

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