The New Good Cake Book: Over 125 Delicious Recipes That Can Be Prepared in 30 Minutes Or Less

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W. W. Norton & Company, 1999 - Cooking - 203 pages
"Let them eat cake" takes on mouth-watering proportions in Diana Dalsass's guide to baking made easy. Forget those fluffy layers, those hard-to-find ingredients and complicated cooking instructions; here are more than 125 recipes for cakes that can stand alone, requiring no icings to make them appealing. Whatever your mood, the occasion, or the season, Dalsass has the cake for you. Try tempting your guests or delighting yourself with Peach and Plum Cake, Guinness Spice Cake, or the elegant Ribbons of Chocolate Cake. In plain language, Dalsass gives a thorough treatment to every imaginable aspect of the baking process, delivering both innovation and simplicity. You'll find rich and hearty cakes, reduced-fat cakes to please even the reluctantly health conscious, and as an added attraction, sections on biscotti and bar cakes. "Ms. Dalsass' recipe for what she considers the world's best brownie comes close." -- The New York Times "Home cooks should find these cakes as gratifying to make as they are to munch." -- Publishers WeeklyAlso available: New Chocolate Classics A selection of the Good Cook Book Club.
 

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In addition to Orange Syrup Cake and Sour Cream-Fig Cake, Dalsass (The Good Cake Book, 1982) includes recipes for "bar cakes" such as Fudge-Filled Blondies and for biscotti. She likes plain, easy ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
15
Spices
21
CHAPTER
27
Chocolate Jorever 41
51
Cakes with Jruit 59
61
CHAPTER FOUR
80
Nut Cakes 97 rēc
98
CHAPTER
104
CHAPTER SEVEN
123
CHAPTER EIGHT
132
CHAPTER NINE
146
SpecialOccasion Cakes 153
154
CHAPTER
163
CHAPTER EL EVEN
179
Appendices
187
Copyright

AlmostFatFree Chocolate Cake
111

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About the author (1999)

Diana Dalsass has been a food columnist and is the author of several cookbooks, including The New Good Cake Book. She lives in Teaneck, New Jersey.

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