Desserts with a Difference: Carrot Cake, Fennel Tart, and Other Surprising and Delicious Vegetable Desserts

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Clarkson Potter, 1993 - Cooking - 183 pages
Nutritious, fiber-packed vegetables are the secret ingredients that make this collection of dessert recipes the most exciting and unusual every published. Vegetables lend subtle flavor and distinctive texture to a whole range of desserts--and the natural sweetness and moistness of vegetables can replace some or all of the sugar and fats in many recipes.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
3
TORTES
63
COOKIES
77
PIES AND TARTS
87
PUDDINGS CUSTARDS SOUFFLES AND MOUSSES
117
CREPES DUMPLINGS AND OTHER
139
ICE CREAMS AND FROZEN DESSERTS
159
CONFECTIONS JAMS AND PRESERVES
171
INDEX
180
Copyright

About the author (1993)

Sally Stone, director of the College of Continuity in Architecture at the Manchester School of Architecture, is the author of "Interventions: Attitudes Towards Public Space.

Martin Stone is a regular contributor on Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia for the journal "Business Middle East.

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