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So simple, "you'll-kick-yourself-for-not-doing-this-sooner" instructions, you'll be on your way to making batches of some of the 90-plus treats found in TRUFFLES, CANDIES, AND CONFECTIONS in no time. Featuring Orange Chocolate Truffles, Vanilla Cream Caramels, Raspberry-Almond Squares, Espresso Hazelnut Fudge, and much more, this revised and expanded edition includes an updated introduction covering ingredients (buying and handling), equipment, techniques, ideas for packaging gifts, and the author's special, trademarked tasting chart.
Find fool-proof tips and techniques for working with chocolate 'Dessert-lovers rejoice! Another great chocolate book from the authority.' Lora Brody, author of Basic Baking Looking for tempting but easy ways to indulge your passion for chocolate? In this book, you'll find everything you need to make delectable chocolate desserts that will wow everyone including yourself! Fun recipes for goodies like cookies, cakes, brownies, ice cream, sauces, candies, and even a chocolate souffle. Give you dozens of ways to reach chocolate nirvana.
Nearly 100 recipes for types of candies that will have no time to melt in your mouth. The author's contributions to the cookbook shelf are twofold: one, streamlining directions so that anyone can duplicate good results, and, two, creating enough variations to satisfy different palates. Kid S can wield a thermometer and wooden spoon, too, thanks to 26 special concoctions written for little hand S and sweet teeth. Color photographs aplenty.
  Chocophiles will sigh in anticipation of glimpsing the dreamy dark desserts pictured in this sleekly illustrated work. Captured in shades of cocoa chiaroscuro to deep espresso are easy-to-make standard S such as chocolate pots de creme and chocolate mousse. This book is highly recommended by the best chocolatiers!
I think this is my all-time favorite movie. I enjoy the smiles of the chocolatier Juliette Binoche as she greets a new customer, an intoxicating cup of spiced hot cocoa, or the soothing guitar of an Irish gypsy played by Johnny Depp. The film covers familiar territory and deals in broad metaphors that even a child could comprehend. Familiarity can be comforting and so can easy metaphors when placed in a fable that's as warmly inviting as this one. What a great way to see french chocolate at its finest!
Chocolate is often a dieter's downfall, but if you Somersize, it doesn't have to be. In the tradition of her best-selling Somersize Desserts, comes Suzanne Somers' newest contribution to the Somersize phenomenon: guilt-free recipes for mouthwatering goodies that satisfy chocolate cravings without causing a dieting disaster. Thanks to "SomerSweet", Suzanne's revolutionary sweetener with less than one gram of carbohydrate and zero sugars per serving, you can enjoy scrumptious low-carb desserts.
This is fun dessert cookbook from my favorite movie and great for chocolate lovers. There is a nice range of recipes from basic cookies and bars to elaborate cakes. The recipes are clearly written and can create impressive results for bakers of all levels. The pictures really inspire the reader to pick up a mixer and try the recipes. It is also fun for fans of Forrest Gump to read the little side bars. This cookbook has a lot to offer.
What a pleasant surprise to find out that this book has so much more packed into it than just a fun story about chocolate.  Christmas Turtles is an excellent book about family traditions. The grandmother in the book makes caramel turtles with her grandchildren in a special way that makes them feel loved, as grandmothers are so great at doing! The book wonderfully illustrates how important family is, including aunts, uncles and cousins, as well as helps us to realize how people express love in different ways. What great things to teach children!

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