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The most stylish, approachable, and mouth-watering chocolate cookbook ever, from award-winning chocolatier Fran BigelowIn 1982, Fran Bigelow proudly opened the doors to Fran’s Chocolates, a boutique storefront styled following European chocolate salons, in which she could showcase the pure flavors of the exquisite confections she had invested years perfecting. Chocolate lovers in Seattle right away beat a path to Madison Street to taste desserts as fantastic as something in Paris or Belgium. Above the past two decades, Fran Bigelow has grown into a world-class chocolatier, operating two elegant retailers that get pleasure from cult standing in Seattle and past, by way of her mail-purchase and Web enterprise. Now, in her debut cookbook, Fran reveals the magic behind her addictive creations: how she manipulates a number of ingredients—butter, cream, eggs, sugar, salt, vanilla, and nuts—to create sublime textures and highlight pure flavors in her sophisticated modern day desserts. The seventy-5 recipes included right here selection from extravagant celebration cakes and vacation specialties (White Chocolate Torte or Souffléd Chocolate Mocha Roll) to European style fruit and nut tarts (Chocolate Cherry Tart or Milk Chocolate Crème Fraîche Tart), soufflés, cheesecakes (White Chocolate Brie Cheesecake, a Fran specialty), homemade ice lotions (Dark Chocolate and Ginger Bombe), and extraordinary renditions of American classics, including brownies, chocolate cookies, the greatest scorching fudge sauce, and a chocolate milkshake that will instantly transport you back to childhood. Fran also tells you every thing you want to know about chocolate, from the different variations of chocolate-producing employed in Europe, South America, and the U.S. (and how each and every outcome in distinct flavors), to deciphering labels (which elements improve meltability, for illustration), and how the sum of cocoa in various brand names and types of chocolate influences the final taste of a dessert. You will find out how to taste a truffle—preferably in two bites—and the language of chocolate “signs,” the squiggles atop candies. Recipes for some of Fran’s award-winning confections are also included here: chocolate cherries and nut clusters chocolate stuffed fruits effortless cocoa-dusted truffles and much more ambitious dipped truffles featuring liqueurs, coffee, vanilla, and other chocolate-friendly substances and chocolate fondue, a ideal party dessert for kids and adults alike. Whether you are a cocoa connoisseur or devotee of the cacao bean with cravings that will not quit, Pure Chocolate is a should-have for any chocolate aficionado.
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