Download and read online Hand Crafted Candy Bars in PDF and EPUB Offers gourmet candy recipes designed for adults, including cocoa-nib caramel cookie sticks, candied mint leaves, and green tea truffles.
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Download and read online Dylan s Candy Bar in PDF and EPUB An aficionado's tribute to candy by the owner of New York's Dylan's Candy Bar chain combines lavish photography with tips for enjoying and celebrating with candy all throughout the year, in a volume that also features trivia, recipes and favorite author memories.
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Download and read online A la Mere de Famille in PDF and EPUB Beloved À la Mère de Famille confectioneries are a venerable Parisian institution. This, their first cookbook after more than 250 years in business, is as tempting and gorgeous as the shop's bewitching displays. Inside, each of the 95 recipes for classic confections has been lovingly photographed. For the home candymaker always looking for new and better formulas—and for bakers of all skill levels—this is a complete collection of recipes for À la Mère de Famille favorites, from cakes to marshmallows to ice creams and more.
Download and read online From Seed to Skillet in PDF and EPUB Jimmy Williams learned all about vegetable gardening at the knee of his grandmother, a South Carolina native from a traditional Gullah community whose members were descendents of Caribbean slaves. He pays homage to his family history in this inspiring step-by-step guide to designing and planting a backyard vegetable garden and growing one's own food. With this essential garden manual, home gardeners can learn how easy it is to plan a garden, design and construct growing beds, tend the crop without using harmful chemicals, harvest gorgeous vegetables, and cook a delicious feast using Jimmy's favorite family recipes.
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