Home Bake: Cakes, muffins, tarts, cheesecakes, brownies and puddings, with foolproof tips from Master Pâtissier

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Octopus, Sep 3, 2012 - Cooking - 224 pages
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There are a few simple secrets to making home baking wonderful. Whether you’re cooking cakes, meringues, pastries, biscuits or puddings, you will discover in Home Bake how to make them the best. Nothing lifts the heart like the smell of a cake baking, the first slice of a warm homemade tart, a hot muffin with your coffee in the morning or a steamed pudding on a cold night. There are a few simple secrets to making home baking wonderful. Whether you’re cooking cakes, meringues, pastries, biscuits or puddings, you will discover in Home Bake how to make them the best.
The book’s simple cakes include classics such as Genoise Sponge and Light Fruit Cake alongside more surprising recipes such as Apple and Honey Crumble Sponge. There are flour-free cakes, muffins and cupcakes too – from the Marshmallow Muffin to the Chai-tea Cupcake.
Delicious puddings are also made easy. Discover how to make the perfect Baked Lemon Cheesecake or a simple Blueberry Cheesecake. Create a gorgeous Steamed Sticky Toffee Pudding or a glamorous Hot Ginger Bread Soufflé. Or learn the simple tricks behind a great Tarte Tatin or a delicious Bakewell Tart.

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About the author (2012)

Eric Lanlard, master pâtissier and twice winner of the prestigious Continental Pâtissier of the Year at the British Baking Awards, has earned himself an international reputation for superlative cakes with an impressive A-list clientele.Having trained in France, Eric moved to London where he ran the patisserie business for Albert and Michel Roux. He stayed there for 5 years before launching his own business, and now creates cakes for his clients and for his café-patisserie, Cake Boy, in London. In his two Channel 4 series, both titled 'Glamour Puds', Eric takes the viewer on a journey to his favourite cafés and patisseries, from Cake Boy to the illustrious patisseries of Paris. He is also author of Glamour Cakes, published by Hamlyn and runs regular baking classes.

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