500 Cupcakes by Fergal Connolly
The Only Cupcake Compendium You'll Ever Need (500 Cooking (Sellers))

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Once upon a time, cupcakes were only a kid-friendly party favorite. No longer! Cupcakes are now the treat of the times, at once simple and chic. 500 Cupcakes is just that: a storehouse of recipes, written in clear instructions and appealingly packaged in bright, modern colors. 500 Cupcakes from front to back provides what bakers of all levels need to produce tempting creations. The introduction provides a comprehensive look at equipment and ingredients, plus a description of the cupcake-making process, from getting started to storing and transporting the yummy results. The collection of recipes span from classic flavors and shapes to new favorites for every style and taste including recipes for alternate diets. Each recipe is written in clear language (great for the novice baker), and every one features three variations on the basic recipe (great for the experienced baker seeking new flavors). The page design is attractive, featuring over 200 enticing pictures of cupcakes in the pan and on the serving plate 500 Cupcakes really is the only cupcake compendium you ll ever need !

About Fergal Connolly

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Author Fergal Connolly is a chef and food stylist in London. Fergal studied culinary arts at Scotlandżs Abertay University and has worked at restaurants throughout Europe and the United States. Fergal has worked on UK food magazines such as Delicious and BBC Good Food. He has also worked on the Silvana Franco High Low series of cookbooks (BBC Books) and has been a food stylist for television commercials and programs. Fergal tested all the recipes for 500 Cookies, also published by Ronnie Sellers. This is his first book.
Published March 1, 2006 by Sellers Publishing, Inc.. 360 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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