I'm Dreaming of a Chocolate Christmas

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Wiley, Nov 29, 2011 - Cooking - 224 pages
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The cookbook that combines two of everyone's favorite things—chocolate and Christmas!

This is the perfect holiday baking guide, packed with 72 seductive and decadent chocolate recipes. Offering perfect inspiration for chocolate lovers and holiday do-it-yourselfers, the book includes tips and advice on ingredients and cooking techniques, as well as on packaging and shipping holiday food gifts.

Accessible enough for home cooks yet sophisticated enough to impress almost any guest, Marcel Desaulniers's recipes include such delicious chocolate treats as Chocolate Amaretto Terrine, Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies, and Chocolate Orange Cheesecake.

  • Features 72 delicious desserts and chocolate treats along with 48 full-color photographs
  • Includes Christmas gift recipes that are perfect for wrapping and shipping
  • Written by Marcel Desaulniers, critically acclaimed author of the bestseller, Death by Chocolate

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I'm dreaming of a chocolate Christmas

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Desaulniers, chef and co-owner of The Trellis Restaurant in Williamsburg, VA, has authored three previous celebrations of chocolate (Death by Chocolate; Celebrate with Chocolate; Death by Chocolate ... Read full review

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I loved reading this book. But most of the recipes are way too hard for me. Awesome pictures and lots of Chocolate. Read full review

About the author (2011)

Marcel Desaulniers is the former co-owner, cofounder, and executive chef of the famous Trellis Restaurant in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. His books include the James Beard Award–winning Death by Chocolate, the IACP Award–winning Desserts to Die For, Death by Chocolate Cakes, Death by Chocolate Cookies, and Celebrate with Chocolate. In 2012, Desaulniers and his wife, Connie, opened MAD about Chocolate, a chocolate cafe in Williamsburg, Virginia.

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