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The Chocolate and Coffee Bible: Over 300 Delicious, Easy-to-make Recipes for Total Indulgence, from Bakes to Desserts by Catherine Atkinson and Mary Banks and Christine France and Christine McFadden

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  • ISBN 10 1844767337
  • ISBN 13 9781844767335
  • Published Aug 01 2009
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 512
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Anness Publishing
  • Imprint Southwater

Publishers Text

This book contains over 300 delicious, easy-to-make recipes for total indulgence, from bakes to desserts, shown step by step in 1300 glorious photographs. A celebration of our twin love affairs with chocolate and coffee, with recipes for total indulgence. Everything about chocolate and coffee: how to choose them, how to drink them and how to make delicious cakes, confectionery and other treats. This book features over 300 delicious souffles, meringues, cakes, tarts, tortes, pies, pastries, ice cream and frozen desserts, hot and cold drinks and much more. It explores the importance of chocolate & coffee from their mythical origins to their present global status. It features over 1300 fine art illustrations and mouthwatering step-by-step photographs throughout. This is the definitive book on chocolate and coffee, with a classic compilation of delicious recipes. The first part of the book tells the story of the cocoa bean, how chocolate is made & the different varieties. More importantly, there is then a collection of over 200 of the most devilish chocolate recipes ever conceived. The second part of the book traces the story of the coffee bean, how it is processed, and tips on how to brew the perfect cup to suit your tastes. Over 100 classic coffee desserts and cakes are then featured, including Tiramisu, Mocha Sponge Cake and Cappuccino Torte.

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