Language : Chinese
Published : 2018-05-15
Pages : 88
Creative Baking: Deco Chiffon Cake Basics (Chinese Edition)
Deco chiffon cakes, created and popularised by bestselling author and creative baker, Susanne Ng, in 2013, started a buzz among baking communities that continues to enchant and excite home bakers the world over today. Made using Susanne’s recipe that produces light, fluffy, moist and yummy chiffon cakes, deco chiffon cakes are baked into different fun and exciting shapes, with patterns and decorations created using cake as well. Creative Baking: Deco Chiffon Cake Basics, a companion title to Susanne’s first two titles, Creative Baking: Chiffon Cakes and Creative Baking: Deco Chiffon Cakes, is a guide to mastering the basic techniques of making deco chiffon cakes. With clearly illustrated step-by-step instructions on how to create perfect layers, mounds, spots and sectors, pipe batter and make multicoloured sheet cakes among other techniques, this book will enable bakers of any skill level to create their very own chiffon cake designs!
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In order for foodservice managers to control costs effectively, they must have a firm grasp of accounting, marketing, and legal issues, as well as an understanding of food and beverage sanitation, production, and service methods. This fully updated sixth edition of Food and Beverage Cost Control provides students and managers with a wealth of comprehensive resources and the specific tools they need to keep costs low and profit margins high.
While other chefs paid dues on restaurant lines and at cooking schools, Brooks Headley was in the back of a tour van as a drummer in much-loved punk bands that never made a penny. Headley creates unorthodox recipes that echo his unconventional background: fruit is king, vegetables are championed, acidity is key and simplicity is the goal. The 97 recipes included here range from verjus melon candy to tofu chocolate creme brulee, showcasing Headley’s perspective on ingredients and methodology. Brooks Headley’s Fancy Desserts is an essential, inventive addition to the shelf of both home cooks and professional chefs.
About the Author
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The Ojibwe people call wild rice “mahnomen,” the good berry. Wild Rice elaborates on the many elements of that tradition, and brings it forward in fresh, delectable recipes. This comprehensive guide to Zizania palustris tells the story of North America’s only native grain, from its emergence in the western Great Lakes area to its use in today’s kitchens. The book demystifies the purchasing of wild rice–black or brown, long grain or short grain, lake rice or river rice, US rice or Canadian rice-clarifies cooking options, and proposes wild rice as a fast food (cook a full pound and freeze in small packets). The recipes range from simple soups to gourmet entrees and food for a crowd. Traditionally, wild rice was harvested from canoes and parched in iron kettles over open fires. Although these old ways are still practiced, much of today’s wild rice is cultivated in flooded fields-rice paddies-in the Upper Midwest and in California, and is harvested with combines and processed with machinery. The question arises: Which is better-tasting and more nutritious-naturally occurring wild rice or cultivated wild rice?
About the Author
Susan Carol Hauser’s fifteen books include natural histories, and poetry and essay collections, including Wild Sugar: The Pleasures of Making Maple Syrup. Her awards include a McKnight-Loft Fellowship in Poetry, a Jerome Foundation Travel and Study Grant, an Anderson Center Charter Residency, a Minnesota State Arts Board Cultural Initiative Grant, and two Minnesota Book Awards. She resides in St. Paul, Minnesota.
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