Christmas Sweets: 65 Festive Recipes - Table Decorations - Sweet Gift Ideas

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Chronicle Books, Sep 20, 2007 - Cooking - 136 pages
Christmas Sweets transforms the holiday table into a winter wonderland! From boxes of homemade candy brimming with Chocolate Fudge or Almond-Butter Toffee to cookie jars filled with Pecan Lace Cookies or Apricot-Pistachio Bars, this collection of recipes and decorations will make gift-giving extra sweet this year. Beautifully illustrated with gorgeous color photography, each festive project celebrates the season and offers inspiring craft ideas using sweetsboth homemade and store bought. Holiday guests will delight in stealing a treat from a Candy Wreath and getting caught under the CandyAcorn Kissing Ball. With homemade gingerbread confections presented in a spectacular, wintry Gingerbread Cookie Box, Santa will never settle for cookies again.

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This festive volume includes fun craft and gift ideas for using sweet treats to decorate the home and table for all to enjoy, young and old. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Georgeanne Brennan has written more than a dozen books on cooking, including A Pig in Provence: Good Food and Simple Pleasures in the South of France. She writes regularly for the San Francisco Chronicle, Fine Cooking, Metropolitan Home, and the New York Times.

Richard G. Jung is a London-based food and travel photographer.

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