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Fondant haters, lazy bakers and time-poor hosts rejoice! These naked cakes are achievable, budget friendly and swoon-worthy-and they provide an ideal opportunity to experiment with and display your individual creativity! Beautiful, rustic and organic in form, naked cakes are always tiered, with filling and frosting between layers but never on the outside--thus "naked." Within these pages you will find information on choosing a style of cake; how to make sweet fillings, butters and frostings as well as syrups; recipes for over a dozen base cakes including gluten-free and flourless options; a definitive listing of flavor profiles and combinations; beautiful cake toppers; and over a dozen assembled cakes for different occasions. Recipes include: Coconut & Limoncello Cake with Honey Buttercream & Lemon Curd Watermelon Cake with Sweet Coconut Cream, Figs & Berries Lemon & Rosemary Cake with Vanilla Buttercream Cardamom Cake with Spiced Syrup & Candied Oranges Vanilla Cake with Rose Buttercream Layered Crêpe Cake with Watermelon & Rose Jam, Chantilly Cream & Berries Almond & Lemon Cake with Lemon Buttercream Orange Yoghurt Cake with Orange Syrup & Mascarpone Buttercream Chocolate Cake with Chantilly Cream & Fruit Cheese Wheel Cake with Fresh & Dried Fruit Meringue Stack with Hazelnut Liqueur Cream, Figs & Maple Syrup Chocolate Cake with Salted Caramel Popcorn, Chocolate Fudge Frosting & Dark Chocolate Glaze Lychee Cake with Mascarpone Buttercream Beautifully styled spreads provide inspiration for special occasions such as a baby shower, a simple wedding, a fiesta or a dessert party –all with stunning naked cakes as the centerpiece, of course! Don’t miss the special section on how to decorate your cakes with edible fresh and sugared flowers and fruits.
The classic, unforgettable memoir of a young girl's coming of age, "Bronx Primitive" recalls the vitality of an immigrant neighborhood through the unsentimental eyes of a child. With an unerring eye for detail and an iridescent, clear-eyed prose, Kate Simon captures the particular world of her childhood as well as the universal uncertainties and triumphs of a young girl on the threshold of womanhood.
In this compelling work Richard Hamilton employs a revolutionary methodology to investigate a crucial area of Greek religion. The Athenian spring festival Anthesteria, held in honor of the god Dionysos, arguably incorporated thee most complicated rituals recorded for Classical Athens. The central second day of the festival, called Choes, provides a rare opportunity to study the relationship between literary and visual evidence. Not only do we possess a wide variety of written testimonia, there also survive large quantities of the small clay pots that gave the day its name. Choes and Anthesteria begins by offering translations of the testimonia for the Anthesteria, together with analyses of difficult literary and philological points. Hamilton then turns to the visual evidence. The repetitive motifs seen on the choes make possible the ensuing statistical consideration of the vases' evidence. By documenting the independent and joint occurrences of iconographical images that appear in the numerous plates, the author reveals that many aspects of the traditional view of this major festival require clarification or thorough revision. Indeed, he shows that the kinds of evidence traditionally deployed in defense of scholarly views instead need very careful treatment and discrimination. Choes and Anthesteria will find its audience among those interested in Greek literature and society, religious ritual and artistic iconography. The author sheds a bright light upon a critical phase of Athenian life, and his unusual methodological approach reveals a new reading of this famous civic festival.

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