Bittersweet

Bittersweet

Recipes and Tales From A Life in Chocolate

Book - 2003
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It is hard, today, to imagine a time when the word bittersweet was rarely spoken, when 70 percent of the chocolate purchased by Americans was milk chocolate. Today's world of chocolate is a much larger universe, where not only is the quality better and variety wider, but the very composition of the chocolate has changed.

To do justice to these new chocolates, which contain more pure chocolate and less sugar, we need a fresh approach to chocolate desserts—a new kind of recipe—and someone to crack the code for substituting one chocolate for another in both new and classic recipes. Alice Medrich, the "First Lady of Chocolate," delivers.

With nearly 150 recipes—each delicious and foolproof, no matter your level of expertise—BitterSweet answers every chocolate question, teaches every technique, confides every secret, satisfies every craving. You'll marvel that recipes as basic as brownies and chocolate cake, mint chocolate chip ice cream and chocolate mousse, can still surprise and excite you, and that soufflés, chocolate panna cotta, even pasta sauces can be so dramatically flavorful.

For the last thirty years, Alice Medrich has been learning, teaching, and sharing what she loves and understands about chocolate. BitterSweet is the culmination of her life in chocolate thus far: revolutionary recipes, profound knowledge, and charming tales of a chocolate life.



Baker & Taylor
The award-winning author of Cocolat: Extraordinary Chocolate Desserts presents a new collection of 125 distinctive and delectable recipes in which chocolate plays a key role, including such sensuous treats as brownies, chocolate cake, ice cream, soufflés, crepes, and more.

Book News
The former owner of the innovative Berkeley, California dessert shop "Cocolat" and author of the award-winning cookbook of the same name describes her conversion to "chocolate for adults" and her quest to create extraordinary desserts. Medrich includes recipes (some of lighter versions and non-desserts), sufficient photos to induce chocolate lust, a glossary, and fine chocolate sources. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Baker
& Taylor

Presents a collection of 125 recipes in which chocolate plays a key role, including such treats as brownies, chocolate cake, ice cream, soufflées, and crepes.

Publisher: New York : Artisan, c2003
ISBN: 9781579651602
1579651607
Branch Call Number: 641.6374 MED
Characteristics: 378 p. :,ill. ;,25 cm.
Additional Contributors: Jones, Deborah

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