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What's Cooking Chocolate (What's Cooking Series) (1999)

by Jacqueline Bellefontaine

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Provides more than 100 easy-to-follow recipes with illustrated step-by-step instructions. Also includes helpful Cook's Tips throughout.

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Normally I find chocolate cookbooks a tad bit overkill, but not this one... the first pages I opened to, I fell in ?: Chocolate coconut roulade, Chocolate Rum cups, Chocolate Liqueur truffles, Black Forest trifle, and Chocolate Lamington pound cake....

Large format book, semi-gloss pages, each & every recipe has a luscious drool inducing color photo. Recipe titles are in a nice large font, with a small blurb & serving amount below. Ingredients are directly below in a highlighted box in an easy to read font. Instructions are numbered (1, 2, 3...) are not only easy to read but easy to follow as well and include variations!

Contents include: Introduction; 5 recipe sections, & Index

Cakes include: Chocolate almond cake, Low-fat chocolate & pineapple cake, Chocolate orange cake, Apricot chocolate ring, Mocha layer cake, Dobos torte, Sacher Torte, Dark & white chocolate torte, White chocolate truffle cake, & Chocolate mango layer cake

Small Cakes & Cookies include: Chocolate boxes, Chocolate creme wraps, No bake chocolate squares, Chocolate fudge (cream cheese) brownies, Chocolate (cream filled) biscuits, Chocolate eclairs, Chocolate meringues, Chocolate coconut squares, Dutch macaroons, Chocolate caramel squares, & Viennese chocolate fingers

Hot Desserts include: Chocolate queen of puddings, Chocolate Eve's pudding w/ bitter chocolate sauce, Chocolate French toast, Chocolate fruit crumble, Poached pears w/ mascarpone chocolate sauce, Chocolate apple pie, Chocolate pear & almond flan, Hot chocolate souffle, & Chocolate zabaglione

Cold Desserts include: Chocolate mint swirl, Chocolate rum pots, Chocolate & vanilla creams, Mocha creams, Layered chocolate mousse, Chocolate marquise, Iced white chocolate terrine, Rich chocolate ice cream, White chocolate ice cream in a cookie cup, Chocolate horns w/ ginger cardamom cream, Chocolate Charlotte, Marble cheesecake, Champagne mousse, Mississippi mud pie, & Chocolate fruit tartlets

Candies & Drinks include: Easy chocolate fudge, No cook fruit & nut chocolate fudge, Chocolate cherries, Chocolate marzipans, Chocolate cups w/ mascarpone filling, Collettes, White chocolate truffles, Italian chocolate truffles, Hot chocolate drinks, & Cold chocolate drinks
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