Bake - Hardcover Main Market edition
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|About the Author||Lorraine Pascale is the author of four bestselling UK cookbooks, Baking Made Easy, Home Cooking Made Easy, Fast, Fresh, & Easy, and most recently, A Lighter Way to Bake, and is the host of three hit BBC2 television cooking shows. A top international fashion model, she was first British black model on the cover of American Elle. She has a double degree in International Culinary Arts in Pastry and Culinary Arts Management encompassing international gastronomy, food policy and microbiology, and has cooked for some of the most renowned kitchens of the world, including Petrus, The Mandarin Oriental, Gilgamesh and The Wolseley. She lives in London with her daughter.|
|Author 1||Lorraine Pascale|
|Book Description||From Courgette, Lemon and Pistachio Drizzle Loaf to Coffee Éclairs with Espresso and Hazelnut Cream, Bake is a delicious collection of simple and sophisticated recipes that will take your baking to the next level. Delight friends and family with sweet and savory bakes that are perfect for an array of tastes and dietary needs. Lorraine's friendly and thorough guidance makes it easy to master impressive celebration cakes, such as Naked Pecan and Popcorn Layer Cake, Chocolate Layer Cake with Toasted Meringue, and Fraisier Cake with Port, Strawberries and Almonds. Whisk, knead, dust and drizzle your way to sweet success with 125 irresistible recipes. Includes metric measures.|
|Edition Number||Main Market edition|
|Editorial Review||"Pascale breathes a gust of fresh air into the fast-and-easy cookbook category with her thoughtfully developed collection of recipes. . . . [Her] voice is helpful and cheery as she carefully coaches readers through the steps of each recipe, offering tips and encouragement." —Publishers Weekly starred review of Everyday Easy|
|Number of Pages||288|