Say It With Cake Celebrate with Over 80 Cakes, Puddings, Pies and More from the original Boy Who Bakes Winner of BBC2's Great British Bake Off Edd Kimber
- Web Price: £15.19
- RRP: £18.99
- 255 x 205 x 17mm
- 25 Oct 2012
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Bake to impress with over 80 show-stopping recipes from the original boy who bakes, Edd Kimber. What better way to wow your friends and family and save money than by baking your own for special occasions? Impress your partner on Valentine’s Day with Lemon Love Heart Cookies, whip up a White Chocolate Rainbow Cake for your child’s birthday or create an amazing Macaron Tower Wedding Cake. Other inspirational recipes include Triple-layer Tiramisu Cake, Flourless Chocolate and Blackberry Cake, Salted Caramel Truffles, Easter Nest Cupcakes, Key Lime Cake, Gingerbread House and Cherry Pie. Edd’s mouthwatering and innovative recipes look impressive but with his tips on decoration, assembly, presentation, step-by-step instructions and beautiful colour photography they are simple to make and will inspire you to start baking today.
‘Baking that stays with you long after the plates have been cleared; I still have dreams about his macarons!’ Sue Perkins
‘Baking requires skill and perfection, and Edd’s got it.’ Mary Berry
'Winner of 2010's The Great British Bake Off, Edd Kimber's second book is a fun, scrapbook-style collection of recipes, brilliant for children and perfect for when you're baking for a special occasion.' Waitrose Kitchen
'Edd Kimber, winner of the first Great British Bake Off, visited Woman's Hour to share his perfect Christmas cake recipe with presenter Jane Garvey.' BBC Radio 4
'Edd Kimber is a genius of a baker and has a real talent for inspiring the rest of us to have a go with his easy-to-follow and enthusiastic recipes. Here you can create some real Christmas show-stoppers with a bit of Edd's help.' Vegetarian Living
'Kimber won the first The Great British Bake Off and is author of the bestselling The Boy Who Bakes. Here, he's collected 80 recipes for celebratory cakes and posh treats. His Buche de Noel (yule log) is a spectacular chocolate fest: chocolate on the outside and chocolate on the inside with a caramelised pear stuffing.' The Lady
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.
Clarissa Dickson Wright