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    Sweet Envy: 100 Recipes from the Grandest Little Bakehouse in Town by Alistair Wise
    English | 2014 | ISBN: 174336072X | 256 pages | EPUB | 59 MB


    Old-time classics and cutting-edge flavors share space in this seriously delicious, yet not oh-so-serious, look at the artisan baked goods of Sweet Envy

    Sweet Envy is an old-fashioned sweet parlor, cake shop, and bakehouse rolled into one destination of deliciousness in Hobart, Tasmania, and run by acclaimed pastry-chef Alistair Wise and his wife and business partner Teena. The recipes in this book are a snapshot-a slice in time-of the expert artisan produce of Sweet Envy: from pork & harissa sausage rolls and sticky pecan buns, to the perfect croissant, or a seriously haute-couture cake with lashings of buttery icing. Within these pages are more than 100 fabulous recipes for pastries, both savory and sweet, desserts, tarts, old-fashioned sweets, biscuits, cupcakes, gorgeous celebration cakes, and ice cream to drool over (you'll want to lick the page, seriously). The authors have worked in some of the most prestigious pastry kitchens and restaurants in the world, so these recipes are packed with the ancient wisdoms of professional pastry-chef experience. As well as this, their hilarious anecdotes and wry observations of community life among Hobart's farmers, foodies, and friends, provide a refreshing and somewhat anarchic sense of humor not usually associated with the sweet art of baking. Includes dual measures.[​IMG]
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