A Selection of Old-Time Recipes for Marzipan Sweets
Authored by various experts, this vintage series of books reveals how to create traditional British sweets, long-loved by young and old, and is sure to delight anyone with an interest in old-time confectionary. This edition instructs the reader in how to make marzipan, including marzipan sweets and nuts, and decorative fruits, leaves and flowers. Full contents: Confectionery - The Making of Marzipans - Marzipan Sweets and Others - Marzipan Fruits, Nuts, Flowers and Leaves - Marzipan Fruits and Flowers - Marzipan. We are republishing this charming, classic text in a high quality, affordable edition, complete with a newly written introduction. Other topics in the series include: Boiled Sweets, Fudge and Nougat.
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