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Pastry in Europe 4

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    Pastry in Europe 4
    Norbert Koreman, publisher
    255 pages, hardcover

    As you leaf through Pastry in Europe 4, your tongue will almost feel the pastries revealed in their vivid photos, whether the foods are finished or works in progress. But recipes realized by top-ranking bakers are just a small part of this cookbook's treasures. Herein are also pictured and quoted those same master chefs, whom you're whisked to see in their kitchens in Europe. While there you'll glimpse European landmarks and read informative facts on the cities visited: Namur, Luxembourg; Valencia, Spain; Budapest, Hungary; Helsinki, Finland; Lyons, France.

    Unlike its predecessors, this 2012 publication doesn't refer to its year of release in the title--the editors wanted to ward off the thought that the book is bound by time. Both this and the earlier issues are timeless, with their pastry innovations of today guaranteed to mature into the classics of tomorrow.

    No returns on books.

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Pastry in Europe 4
Norbert Koreman, publisher
255 pages, hardcover

As you leaf through Pastry in Europe 4, your tongue will almost feel the pastries revealed in their vivid photos, whether the foods are finished or works in progress. But recipes realized by top-ranking bakers are just a small part of this cookbook's treasures. Herein are also pictured and quoted those same master chefs, whom you're whisked to see in their kitchens in Europe. While there you'll glimpse European landmarks and read informative facts on the cities visited: Namur, Luxembourg; Valencia, Spain; Budapest, Hungary; Helsinki, Finland; Lyons, France.

Unlike its predecessors, this 2012 publication doesn't refer to its year of release in the title--the editors wanted to ward off the thought that the book is bound by time. Both this and the earlier issues are timeless, with their pastry innovations of today guaranteed to mature into the classics of tomorrow.

No returns on books.

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