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by Jacqueline Bellafontaine

eBook Cookies Galore download ISBN: 184072997X
Author: Jacqueline Bellafontaine
Publisher: M Q Publications; First Edition edition (April 1, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 192
ePub: 1220 kb
Fb2: 1855 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Cooking
Subcategory: Baking

by Jacqueline Bellefontaine (Author). This is a very attractive cookbook.

by Jacqueline Bellefontaine (Author). The problem comes in making the recipes.

by. Bellefontaine, Jacqueline. London : Spruce Books ; New York : Distributed in the . by Hachette Book Group USA. Collection. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Kahle/Austin Foundation.

She is a freelance food writer and home economist working for various food magazines in the .

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category: print books. author: Jacqueline Bellefontaine. publisher: Spruce Books. format: softcover/paperback. pages: 192. release id: 11206. Country of Publication.

Viimeisimmät twiitit käyttäjältä Jacqueline Bellefontaine (peCrumbs). Freelance cookery writer & food stylist. Author of 15+ cookbooks. 0 vastausta 0 1 tykkäys.

Cast your mind back to your childhood days and awaken your senses and memories with this heart-warming compendium of mouth watering and irresistible cookie recipes. From old staples like Double Choc-Chip Cookies, Oatmeal Raisin Cookies, to giant Tangy Cream Cheese Bars and Savory Whirls, you'll always be able to find a cookie to cater for all tastes and occasions. With over 120 recipes and loads of fabulous and inspiring photographs this book is the ultimate cookie book.
Comments: (4)
Great pictures and recipes
I was really disapointed by the recipes... the pictures are great (only half the recipes have a picture tough), the layout too, but the recipes are bland... I specially resent the constant use of fondant to cover the cookies...
This is a very attractive cookbook. The illustrations are gorgeous, the cookies LOOK great in the photos. The problem comes in making the recipes. The first I chose (Rocky Road cookies) described the cookies as having wonderful coconut flavor. Reading the ingredients list I doubted very much that there was ANY coconut flavor and that was okay, I was baking for an event and many folks do not love coconut. I made them, they were excellent and gorgeous. And did NOT taste at ALL of coconut. Typo maybe.

I decided to try another recipe. This time I picked Smilies. I wanted to bake with my 3 year old daughter and this seemed the perfect recipe. Again, the ingredients list is a clue. There is nothing to bind the dough together enough to cut shapes and nothing but sugar and butter to flavor the "vanilla" portion of the dough. Since I had a child who wanted to cut out cookies I decided to add a beaten egg to the dough and it worked just fine, but they taste very bland. Not sure I am going to try another round with this book - the results are just too mixed to be worth it.

I too collect cookbooks and own many, nearly all baking. This is one that I would not recommend.
Unique cookie recipes along with some cute creative shape ideas -one of my favorite and best cookie cookbooks - and I have over 400 cookbooks - two thirds of them baking related. Bellefontaine's What's Cooking Chocolate is fabulous as well. HIGHLY RECOMMEND to any cookie baker!