Maida Heatter's Book of Great Desserts

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Feb 5, 2013 - Cooking - 560 pages
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Here are nearly 300 recipes, each of them worked out to fool-proof protection, including Raspberry-Strawberry Bavarian, creamy Black-and-White Cheesecake, Walnut Fudge Pie a la Mode, and many more. Recipes range from cakes to cookies, pastries, crepes, blintzes, popovers, cream puffs, puff pastry, pies, cheesecakes, ice creams, and souffles. 


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I have baked queens mother cake many times. It is fabulous. I get so many compliments. I am so excited to try many of Maida Heatter's scrumptious offerings.
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This is one of my favorite cookie recipes. Maida Heatter is a gem. If you love to bake, then purcahse one of her books.

Contents

AUTHORS NOTE
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EQUIPMENT
Chocolate Cakes and Layer Cakes
Coffee Cakes Nut Cakes Fruit Cakes and Cakes Made with Fruit
Plain Loaf and Other OldFashioned Cakes
Pound Cakes
Cookiejar Cookies
Bar Cookies and Rusks
Fried Cookies and Pastries
Icebox Cakes and Cake Rolls
Crumb Crust Pies
Cheesecakes
Pots de Crerne Custards and Puddings
Fresh Fruit and Fruit and IceCream Desserts
Sauces
Etcetem

Icebox and Shortbread Cookies
Rolled Wafers and PaperThin Cookies

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Maida Heatter, a.k.a. the Queen of Desserts, is the author of nine classic dessert cookbooks, including the New York Times best-seller and James Beard Award-winning Maida Heatter's Book of Great Desserts. She is a member of the James Beard Foundation Hall of Fame, has been named to Cook's Magazine's Who's Who in Cooking, and was one of the first people inducted into the Chocolatier Hall of Fame. She continues to bake joyfully from her home in Florida.

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