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Regan Daley

In the Sweet Kitchen : The Definitive Guide to the Baker's Pantry & Craft

2001 IACP Cookbook of the Year; This professional-quality, 704-page reference was singled out by the International Association of Culinary Professionals as the best cookbook of the year, in addition to being chosen as the best book of its category (Bread, Other Baking and Sweets).
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Marcel Desaulniers

Death By Chocolate, Revised and Expanded

Ten years after its original publication, Death by Chocolate remains the ultimate chocolate dessert cookbook. It won the James Beard Award, inspired a television show, and has sold over 100,000 copies. All of the original mouthwatering recipes remain, now supplemented by many new recipes carefully crafted by master chef Marcel Desaulniers.
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Editors of Reader's Digest

Cakes : 1001 Classic Recipes from Around the World

2004 IACP Award Nominee for Compilations Category
; The largest recipe collection in one volume--from a simple butter cake to an indulgent double dark chocolate cake with white chocolate sauce, this handsome cookbook contains over 1,000 cake recipes--some are family favorites, while others are exotic recipes from around the world. Step-by-step instructions make baking perfect cakes foolproof, and helpful hints and tips guide the baker to the best--and most delicious--results.
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Wayne Gisslen, Mary Ellen Griffin, Le Cordon Bleu

Professional Baking , 4th Edition

The classic professional baking reference—now completely revised and updated This Fourth Edition of the 2002 IACP Cookbook Award Winner for Best Technical/Reference gives professional and home bakers peerless up-to-date coverage of the theory and practice of baking. Keeping pace with current trends in the field, the new edition includes new chapters on artisan breads and baking and pastry equipment, plus 125 new color photographs and 50 extra illustrations showcasing more procedures and finished dishes. Complete with more than 750 classic and creative recipes to explore—including 150 from Le Cordon Bleu—Professional Baking offers an excellent foundation for mastering the art and craft of baking.
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Pascale Le Draoulec

American Pie : Slices of American Life (and Pie) from America's Back Roads

Crossing class and color lines, and spanning every state and variety of pie in the union (from Montana Huckleberry to Pennsylvania Shoo-Fly), the author discovered pie, real, homemade pie, has meaning for all of us. But in today's treadmill take-out world, our fast food nation, does pie still have a place? This book will entertain as it answers this question. And, it includes 25 recipes collected on this journey.
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Alice Medrich

Bittersweet : Recipes and Tales from a Life in Chocolate
2004 IACP Cookbook of the Year; 2004 IACP Award Winner for Single Subject Category; The time when home bakers had only one choice of baking chocolate is long passed. Today, we have an entire new generation of chocolates to choose from: chocolates with less sugar, more cocoa bean solids, and definitely more flavor. These "new chocolates"--called percentage chocolates--beg for the creation of new recipes and a fresh take on the classics. With Bittersweet, the "First Lady of Chocolate" gives the new-generation chocolates and chocolate nibs--the ground-up roasted hulls of cocoa beans that are the new chocolate chip--a starring role.
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Marcianne Miller

Artful Cupcake : Baking & Decorating Delicious Indulgences

Tempting topping, delicious cake, and a spectacular decoration to complete the pretty picture: that's what makes a cupcake such a perfect delight-and why these 32 recipes will please young and old. These recipes are relatively easy to make, and use simple, readily available ingredients. The pages brim with helpful baking advice, including tips on incorporating nuts, working with decorative sugars, and even creating your own pastry bag.
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Greg Patent

Baking in America : Traditional and Contemporary Favorites from the Past 200 Years

Taking as his starting point 1796, the year the first American cookbook was published, Greg Patent, an accomplished baker, has mined sources from across the country for exemplary baking recipes by and for home cooks. Perusing old cookbooks, journals, and handwritten diaries from libraries and private archives, he has skillfully recreated treasured recipes or used them as inspiration for his own thoroughly up-to-date creations.
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Jackie Sheehan & Betsy Wray, Editors

Pillsbury Healthy Baking

In Healthy Baking , the Pillsbury bakers provide more than 200 lower -fat versions of favorite home-made foods. Elegant sweets and breads for entertaining, special holiday confections, desserts for all occasions, and after- school snacks are all here. In addition to the mouthwatering recipes- all triple tested in the Pillsbury kitchens-homebakers will reap the most up-to-date nutrition information, including dietary exchanges for every recipe and "Health Notes" that clarify misunderstandings about health and diet.
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Nadia Roden

Granita Magic : Rediscovering the Pleasure of Ices in more than 50 Grown-Up Recipes

Granita Magic is a collection of innovative sweet and savory sensations that can be made with just a fork, a saucepan, and a little spare space in the freezer. And they can be served at any time of the day. Light, easy, flavor-intense granitas are a great way to begin, refresh, or end any meal. Here's the first book of recipes for this glittering icy treat.
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Pamela Sheldon-Johns

Gelato! Italian Ice Creams, Sorbetti and Granite

With the new ice cream machines available and Sheldon-John's detailed instructions and 60 recipes, gelato lovers will finally be able to satisfy their craving for Italy's most beloved dessert without even leaving home. Lower in fat than American-style ice cream and easier to make, homemade gelato is the perfect antidote for those who find themselves longing for the taste of summer in Italy.
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Jacques Torres

Dessert Circus:
Extraordinary Desserts You Can Make at Home

Jacques Torres explains it all in clear, plain language, like a teacher at your side. Revel in Homemade Peanut Butterc Cups. How about Decorative Shortbread Cookies or Old-fashioned Macaroons? But that's not all. Jacques has included recipes for all his signature desserts. Every recipe is accompanied by a color photograph of the finished dessert and step-by-step photographs where appropriate.
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Evelyn Tribole

Healthy Homestyle Desserts

Award winning nutritionist Evelyn Tribole expertly trims the calories and fat from over 150 scrumptious desserts. A nutritional scorecard gives before- and -after information on calories, fat, and cholesterol; flavor and health tips are sprinkled throughout; and helpful indexes categorize recipes according to fat and calorie content. In the words of the editor in chief of Shape magazine, "Best of all, Evelyn does not compromise in the taste department". As proof, her low fat muffins placed second out of seventy in a Washington Post taste test.
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Michele Urvater

Chocolate Cake : 150 Recipes from Simple to Sublime

From the trendiest destination restaurants to home kitchens all over the country, the popularity of chocolate cake never wanes. Now virtually every favorite rendition of this beloved dessert is available in one luscious cookbook. Join noted author and pastry chef Michele Urvater as she reveals the secrets of creating cakes that live up to your richest fantasies.
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Carole Walter

Great Cookies : Secrets to Sensational Sweets

2004 IACP Award Winner for Bread, Other Baking and Sweets Category; Carole Walter, the author of the award-winning Great Cakes and Great Pies and Tarts, now draws on her skills as a master baker and the knowledge she's gained through years of teaching to help novices and old-hands alike bake the perfect cookie every time. Great Cookies is the ultimate compendium of everyone's favorite treat, packed with 200 incomparable recipes, 150 tantalizing full-color photographs, and expert tips and techniques.
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Alice Waters

Chez Panisse Desserts

Lindsey Shere, pastry chef at Chez Panisse since 1971, shares recipes for basic pastries, cookies, cakes, and creams grouped around their dominant ingredient--from apples and berries to dried fruits, chocolate, wine, and spirits. The subtle, surprising results complement seasonal menus. Color photos.
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Sherry Yard

Secrets of Baking : Simple Techniques for Sophisticated Desserts

2004 James Beard Award Winner for Baking; 2004 IACP Award Nominee for First Book: Julia Child Award; Secrets of Baking is a comprehensive primer that guides the cook through the world of baked goods and other desserts, from time-honored classics of the French patisserie to the inspired and fanciful creations that made Spago the famous restaurant it is today. At the same time, it advances a radically new understanding of these recipes, one that will give the baker greater flexibility and confidence in the kitchen.
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Lisa Yockelson

Baking with Flavor

2003 IACP Award Winner - Bread and Baking Category; Flavor is the very essence of fine baking, the source of wonderful tastes and aromas that tempt the palate and delight the senses. In this volume, Lisa Yockelson shares flavor-boosting secrets that can make virtually any recipe burst with new vigor and freshness. This book reveals concepts and techniques for using eighteen basic ingredients--including chocolate, vanilla, apricot, and lemon--to "pyramid" flavor, layer by delicious layer.
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