The Boy Who Bakes Edd Kimber
- Web Price: £13.59
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- 245 x 220 x 22mm
- 08 Sep 2011
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A modern and inspirational guide to baking from the winner of The Great British Bake Off 2010. From the traditional to new twists on old favourites there are recipes to suit all abilities. Covering cakes, cookies, pastry, desserts and even ice-creams, recipes include Peaches and Cream Upside Down Cake, Chocolate, Pecan and Salted Caramel Tart, Mango Pavlova and the ultimate Fudge Brownies. Accompanied by gorgeous, full-colour photographs to tempt you into the kitchen, let Edd show you how to beat off the competition and become a brilliant baker.
'A glorious collection of cakes, cookies, tarts, tortes, crumbles, cobblers, pies and puddings that showcase his creativity.' Daily Mail YOU Magazine
'Create amazing puds with the simplest ingredients.' The Times
'Edd Kimber brings baking back into British homes with The Boy Who Bakes.' Vogue
'The book is charming and has something for everyone - a quick baker's tour of the US and Europe yields indulgent recipes with American inspiration including Bourbon Pecan Pie, Peach and Blueberry Cobbler and some extravagant, multi-layered cakes (Caramel and Cinnamon and an elegant Raspberry Ripple), there are delicacies such as quirky little stuffed Frangipani Cakes and some British favourites – Gingerbread, Guinness Parkin and a Curd Tart.' Guardian Word of Mouth Blog
Edd Kimber fought off competition from 4000 applicants to become the winner of The Great British Bake Off 2010 on BBC2. Since being crowned Britain’s best amateur baker Edd has appeared on a number of UK TV and radio programmes, including Market Kitchen and Perfect.... He has been gaining professional experience, most recently at Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir in Oxford. Edd has also been running popular Macaron Classes in London, food blogging to an avid following and appearing at the BBC Good Food Show as well as food festivals around the country. He also has many more exciting projects in the pipeline.
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