Bestselling author and Irish TV chef Rachel Allen is back with a deliciously tempting collection of treats! We all need to treat ourselves from time to time. Whether it's a showstopping dessert to impress friends, a simple pick-me-up after a long day or a surprisingly healthy snack that the whole family can enjoy, Rachel's Sweet Things will satisfy even the sweetest sweet tooth.Featuring 100 mouthwatering recipes and lavish photography of the finished dishes, this is a decadent journey through home made delights, from indulgent puddings and classic cakes to delicate pastries, luxurious mousses, delectable ice creams and much more. There are treats to suit every mood, ideas to perfect every occasion, and a whole array of indulgences for every ‘me' moment.With techniques explained step-by-step, tips on how to give the perfect finishing touches and tricks to help you save time, Sweet Things is a world of delights that you'll relish exploring.Cooking with Rachel is easy, fun, filled with flavour – and guaranteed to make your days just a little bit sweeter!
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Comments about All Things Sweet:
I love Rachel Allen and use several of her books regularly and always find her recipes turn out great. This book was a bit disappointing though as I thought a lot of the recipes weren't the sort of things you would make day to day. Just my opinion though and I am sure bakers and dessert enthusiasts will love it.
Praise for Rachel Allen: '... the Irish Nigella (except prettier, blonde and a better cook)... Bake is simply and engagingly written: one irresistible thing after another' Evening Standard 'A natural TV chef: relaxed, articulate and knowledgeable.' Sunday Times 'Food for real people.' Irish Examiner 'If you haven't heard of Rachel Allen, you will soon. Ireland's blond and beautiful equivalent of Nigella Lawson... is taking her place on the international culinary scene with her everyday food that focuses on simple suppers and divine puddings.' Daily Mail
Number Of Pages: 320
Published: 17th March 2015
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.7 x 25.0 x 2.4
Weight (kg): 1.08