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eBook A Baker's Field Guide to Holiday Candy: Sweet Treats All Year Long epub

by Dede Wilson

eBook A Baker's Field Guide to Holiday Candy: Sweet Treats All Year Long epub
  • ISBN: 1558323090
  • Author: Dede Wilson
  • Genre: Cookbooks
  • Subcategory: Entertaining & Holidays
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harvard Common Press (August 13, 2005)
  • ePUB size: 1503 kb
  • FB2 size 1913 kb
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Give your Valentine a special sweet, like Chocolate Hazelnut Italian Kisses, or. .

Give your Valentine a special sweet, like Chocolate Hazelnut Italian Kisses, or scare up some frightfully delicious delights for Halloween, such as Spider Webs and Easy Marbled Candy Corn Bark. Featuring full-color photographs for each recipe, the fun field guide format provides quick reference to each type of candy and confection species, including its Habitat (country of origin), Field Notes (helpful information), and Lifespan (how long it will keep)

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Celebrate the holidays (or any day!) with these fabulous recipes from around the world for festive homemade treats

Celebrate the holidays (or any day!) with these fabulous recipes from around the world for festive homemade treats. Give your Valentine a special sweet, like Chocolate Hazelnut Italian Kisses, or scare up some frightfully delicious delights for Halloween, such as Spider Webs and Easy Marbled Candy Corn Bark.

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Dede Wilson is the author of A Baker's Field Guide series, Christmas Cooking for Dummies, Appetizers for Dummies, and The Wedding Cake Book. She lives in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Want to treat your family and friends to homemade Ribbon Candy or New Orleans-Style Pralines this Christmas? . Learn how to make delicious candy to celebrate the holidays all year long.

Want to treat your family and friends to homemade Ribbon Candy or New Orleans-Style Pralines this Christmas? How 'bout Giant Chocolate Kisses for Valentine's Day, or your very own marshmallow Easter Peepers? Learn how to make delicious candy to celebrate the holidays all year long. Many of the recipes are easy enough to make with children, and all of them are of course delicious! The handy "baker's field guide" format–with a lay-flat binding for easy use–provides a picture of each recipe and helpful notes to make it turn out just right

Celebrate the holidays (or any day!) with these fabulous recipes from around the world for festive homemade treats. Give your Valentine a special sweet, like Chocolate Hazelnut Italian Kisses, or scare up some frightfully delicious delights for Halloween, such as Spider Webs and Easy Marbled Candy Corn Bark. Featuring full-color photographs for each recipe, the fun field guide format provides quick reference to each type of candy and confection "species,? including its Habitat (country of origin), Field Notes (helpful information), and Lifespan (how long it will keep). You'll find classic candies, new twists on old favorites, and utterly original creations in this newest, sweetest offering in the Baker's Field Guide Series.
Comments: (7)
Wetiwavas
I love this book! It has delectable candies in it that I've never seen elsewhere, such as Golden Heart Passion Pops, red heart-shaped lollipops with gold flecks. They're keyed to seasons and holidays, so you have ways to orient yourself and choose which ones to make. My five-year-old son pores over this book for hours, commenting on the candies and planning which ones to make. It's really gotten him involved in cooking, and it's fun for both of us. The recipes vary from quick & easy to quite long, but even the long ones are spelled out very clearly, with helpful suggestions about keeping the candy, who will like it, and so forth. I'm actually buying my second copy of this book because we spilled water all over the first. This book is a treat in itself. (I want to add that I have no connection to the author or publisher!)
Efmprof
this book has recipes for Holiday Treats, some humorous, some Totally Delicious. Directions are clear and most ingredients are easily available to the average cook. The Resources section is great for unusual supplies and equipment. Try the Kitty Crunchies for April Fools Day-a good gift for any cat lover. The text is fun and informative, and the pictures helpful. Totally recommended.
Mullador
pleased
Kekinos
Easy to read and follow instructions. Great pictures and arrangement of recipes. There are options for every skill level from kids to adventurous novice grown-up candy makers. This will be a favorite for holidays to come!
Llanonte
This book was for my daughter...It is easy to follow, has nice pictures, tells origin of the treat and even gives you info on shipping recommondations...we checked itout from the library then she had to have it.
Vathennece
I love this book, cute, nice, easy to use.. i cant wait to start making some of these delicious treats
Zacki
This cookbook lives up to its subtitle of 'sweet treats all year long' by providing 170 pages of recipes for candy and confections not only for American holidays but also for holidays celebrated by other cultures all over the globe. What results is a diverse selection of recipes that speak to every skill level and can be used all year round.

I am passionate about candymaking (primarily chocolate) and because of this have read many books on candymaking and own two (Making Artisan Chocolates and Chocolates and Confections: Formula, Theory, and Technique for the Artisan Confectioner) so when I pick up a new candymaking book I'm always looking for what it offers that is special and different. In comparison to those cookbooks as well as a few others that I have picked up there are a few differences. One of the biggest is how approachable this book is. It starts off with a 'How to Use This Book' section that includes everything from instructions on how to temper chocolate to definitions of the various terms used in the book. This makes it extremely user friendly for anyone who is a beginner in candymaking or who wants a reference book with some various tips. You're obviously not going to get the same level of detail as in Chocolates and Confections: Formula, Theory, and Technique for the Artisan Confectioner, but for most home cooks it will be more than enough to lead to successful candy.

Another main difference is the sheer diversity of recipes. There are many from other parts of the world I have never heard of, let alone made on my own like Chocolate Hazelnut Italian Kisses,Chestnuts in Yam Paste, Honey Walnut Candies,and Coconut Cashew Burfi. If you're only interested in traditional American recipes this may not be the book for you. But if you're interested in treats from other part of the world you will find these recipes interesting. This isn't to say there are no traditional American treats in here, as there are plenty, but international creations do get a fair amount of real estate. I imagine they would also be great for a student who has to bring in another country's food as a class project or to someone wanting to add a sweet treat to a themed dinner that features another country.

I also appreciate that this book is very easy to cook from. Each recipe is accompanied by well written directions, a picture, and some background on the recipe. The author also gives you a sense of where the recipe comes from and when it would be served. My personal favorite inclusion is that she notes the lifespan of each candy. As someone who often sends candy in care packages I much appreciate this detail that other candymaking books seem to neglect.

Overall I think this is an approachable candymaking book with enough diversity between the recipes in terms of skill level and flavors to appeal to a wide audience. I would highly recommend it to someone who is beginning candymaking and looking for a first resource.
Great book for a candy maker. Has wonderful pictures, descriptions, recipes and tells you what can go wrong so you can correct the potential problem up-front. It is broken down by holiday. I especially like the history that comes with each recipe.

Excellent present for a chef who likes to make candy!
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