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The only cake book you'll ever need, from one of the world's best-loved and most-trusted cooks.
Now, to celebrate its success, it has undergone a complete contemporary makeover. It still retains the much-loved favourites that have stood the test of time, but now alongside them there are new recipes, new ideas, new ingredients, and new and simpler methods. Over 90% of the recipes in the book have been tested gluten-free.
From timeless classics like coffee and walnut sponge and old-fashioned cherry cake, to exciting new recipes such as iced hidden strawberry cupcakes and chunky marmalade muffins, Delia brings her touch of baking magic to your kitchen.
All this is as you would expect from Delia: easy accessible recipes, carefully tested, and utterly to be trusted.
Quite simply - as then, so now - the only book of cakes you'll ever need is Delia's Cakes
About the Author
Delia Smith is the UK's best-selling cookery author, having published over 21 million copies since her first book, How To Cheat At Cooking, was published in 1973. Her cookery books have become instant classics and are firm favourites, making Delia a household name.
Delia's signature, no-nonsense approach to cooking has earned her the trust of home cooks everywhere, inspiring them to get into the kitchen and giving them the confidence to produce delicious meals with minimum fuss.
Here's every sweet treat you'll ever need to bake. - HeatTotal reliability is what you want in baking and it's guaranteed with Delia - BBC Good FoodLess pouty than Nigella, less ubiquitous than Jamie, less swear-y than Gordon, Delia learnt to cook, aged 21, to impress a new boyfriend. She went on to teach the nation to do the same, selling 21 million books and become a bestselling cookery author. - Daily Telegraph
Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 9th April 2013
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 25.6 x 19.6 x 2.6
Weight (kg): 1.07
Edition Number: 1