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Karen Tack , Alan Richardson
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1 août 2010
Witty, one-of-a-kind, imaginative cupcake designs using candies from the local convenience store, no baking skills or fancy pastry equipment required. Spotting the familiar items in the hundreds of brilliant photos is at least half the fun.
America's favorite food photography team shows how to create funny, scary, and sophisticated masterpieces using a ziplock bag and common candies and snack items. With these easy-to-follow techniques, even the most kitchen-challenged cooks can:
• raise a big-top circus cupcake tier for a kid's birthday
• plant candy vegetables on Oreo earth cupcakes for a garden party
• trot out a line of confectionery "pup cakes" for a dog fancier
• serve spaghetti and meatball cupcakes for April Fool's Day
• bewitch trick-or-treaters with eerie alien cupcakes
• create holidays on icing with a white Christmas cupcake wreath, turkey cupcake place cards, and Easter egg cupcakes
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  • Calendrier
  • Editeur : Universe Publishing; Édition : Wal (1 août 2010)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0789321475
  • ISBN-13: 978-0789321473
  • Dimensions du produit: 29,4 x 29,4 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.8 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (4 commentaires client)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 De très belles idées 27 février 2010
Par trop tard
Ce n'est pas un livre de cuisine, mais bien un livre de décoration. Il est possible de réaliser les gâteaux présentés sans allumer son four : bien qu'il y ait quelques recettes de base à la fin, les auteurs partent du principe que vous utilisez des gâteaux, biscuits etc. tout prêts.
L'avantage : les réalisations sont très simples. Nul besoin de matériel compliqué, les auteurs expliquent comment utiliser des objets déjà présents dans votre cuisine (sacs congélation au lieu de poche à douille, cure-dents pour les effets de texture, etc.). Les étapes qui pourraient sembler plus délicates (travail du sucre, du chocolat...) sont vraiment expliquées pas à pas. Il y a aussi de très bonnes idées pour utiliser des bonbons.
Mais l'utilisation de produits tout prêts à un inconvénient pour les Français : beaucoup de ces produits sont introuvables ici. Il est possible de trouver des équivalents de la plupart des biscuits et bonbons (même si je cherche encore les graines de tournesol recouvertes de chocolat et de sucre coloré). En revanche, la quasi totalité des cupcakes réclament du "vanilla frosting" (qui n'est pas une crème au beurre), et que les auteurs recommandent d'acheter tout prêt sans donner de recette maison. Je tâtonne avec les produits disponibles ici, mais pour l'instant ce n'est pas aussi joli.
Je recommande tout de même ce livre car les cupcakes sont vraiment jolis et simples, et une fois les principales techniques comprises il est possible d'inventer ses propres gâteaux.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A great book 15 juillet 2014
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Very nice pictures!! Things are also well explained, some decorations and cupcakes are really hard to make though. But I'm not an expert, as in France we don't usually make this kind of cakes!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 De super recettes. 17 février 2014
Par Marie-Do
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De nombreuses recettes intéressantes et originales bien expliquées et
surtout beaucoup de photos, ce qui donne encore plus envie de les faire.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Miam Miam 7 mars 2011
Si, comme moi, vous êtes accroc à ces petits gâteaux incroyables à déguster pour le tea time( ou à tout autre moment où la gourmandise vous guide) ce livre est fait pour vous. Un pur moment de plaisir des yeux. Seul petit bémol: mieux vaut avoir des bases d'anglais un peu solides, ou suffisamment de technique "cupcakaire" pour n'utiliser que les images!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Grand Slam right out of the cupcake ballpark! 11 avril 2008
Par Toni - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
SUGAR ALERT: I will be fawning and tripping all over in talking about this book!

If you are a closet cake-decorator but you don't feel up in the ranks of Duff or Colette or Martha, then grab this book and hold on to your socks, because Karen Tack and Alan Richardson will take you on a fabulous decorating ride!!

Wow, wow, and WOW! This veritable encyclopedia of "mini-cake" decorating is so fun and easy that there is absolutely no excuse for anyone to lament "they can't". With the use of food items found anywhere, you will be making the cutest, and most impressive cupcake creations you can possibly think of, and Karen and Alan will make you legendary to boot!

This team of talent has come up with extremely amazing and irresistable cupcakes like giraffes, Van Gogh paintings, clowns, aquariums, etc that will all fit on top of a little poof of cake batter.

The book size itself is large with big print which lends itself to the purpose of the photographic detail that is so big, sharp, and clear, there is no doubt or question on sequence or step. Karen Tack is the recipe creator and food stylist and Alan Richardson is the text writer and photographer; both are brilliant and incredibly talented individuals, so as a team, they are a match made in cupcake heaven.

The Acknowledgement page was itself fun and relaxed, not something plodded through; you can tell it was done with real gratitude and thought, which is part of the overall charm of how this book was put together.

There are 8 chapters between the "Introduction" and the "Sources"; got those socks gripped?........

INTRODUCTION: Your text page begins the journey, and right after, you are given an impressive section of pages that visually, and with text, show you how you will make the many creations through the use of candies, cookies, and types of sugars.

CUPCAKING TECHNIQUES: This was invaluable for those who are novice cupcake bakers or wannabe's. Hints and instructions on methods for pouring batter, spreading frosting, making frosting, and melting chocolate for designs, are shown in close detail. They show you how to make "fur" for the lion cupcakes and "leaves" for flowers. This is followed by methods used to draw "bugs", people faces, and hairstyles by using melted chocolate and candies. The next section shows how you will literally build up these creations, like the bowling pin cupcakes, so instruction is shown in simple and fascinating detail. Part of the more complex designs require a grouping of cupcakes, like "corn on the cob", "rabbits in a hole", or the "alligator", and you are given an idea of the schematics involved in getting them just right!

Corn on the Cob
Bagels and Lox
Buttered Popcorn
TV Dinner ("peas & carrots", "drumsticks", & "mashed potato" cupcakes!)
Spaghetti and Meatballs
Box of Chocolates
Van Gogh's "Starry Night" in frosting (he'd love it!)

March of the Penguins
Fat Cats (cats with their paws on fishbones!)
Fishbowl (you use those Pepperidge Farm fishies for this one!)
Crazy Horses (this uses candy circus peanuts and wafers)
Pup Cakes (a whole bunch of poochies to choose from!)
Monarchs (what a great Spring party or bridal shower presentation!)
Shark Attack (you'll want to go into these waters!)
Old Swampy the 'Gator

When I Grow Up
Party Princess (any little girl will just LOVE these!)
Slumber Party
Big Birthday Party
Bowl Me Over (this is soooo darn cute; pins and a bowling ball!!!)
The Big Top (definitely a more time-required, but great, project)

Sunflowers (a veritable burst of green and yellow and Oreo cookies!)
Black and White Party
Play Pool (no one will mind the 8 ball!)
Baby Shower
Petit Fours (very elegant and delicate)
Garden Party ( a "garden" of carrots, peas, radishes, and cabbage)
Easter Eggs
Rabbit Holes (so unbelievably clever; Karen Tack is a genious!)
Candy Stars and Stripes Forever
Family Tree
Wedding Cake and Monograms

Alien Invasion
Creepy Crawlers (almost good enough for goin' fishin')
What a Hoot
Pumpkin Patch ( absolutely adorable; Alan's photography is superb!)
Howling Werewolves
Autumn Leaves (how did they think of this great project?!)
Larry the Turkey

Edible Ornaments (incredible boxed "ornaments"!)
String of Delights
Snow Globes (this was sheer genius by placing the cakes on their side!)
Gingerbread Boys
Partridge in a Pear Tree (fantastic!)
Nutcracker Sweet (you'll be dancing!)
Frosting the Snowman (too darn cute!)
White Wreath (Christmas glory in white and red! Awesome!)

(Cake mix recipes): Pumpkin Spice, Chocolate Chunk Surprise, Chocolate Mint, Orange Spice, Banana Chocolate, Gingerbread

(Homemade recipes): Chocolate Cupcakes, Banana Cupcakes, Carrot Cupcakes, Almond Cupcakes, Lemon-Poppy Seed Cupcakes, Vanilla Cupcakes

(Frostings): Next-to-Instant Ganache (melted chocolate), Homemade Ganache, Almost-Homemade Vanilla Buttercream, Cream Cheese Frosting, Chocolate Frosting


OK, OK.................I have gone beyond fawning but if you're a cake decorating fool like myself, you understand the passion. My deep gratitude to Karen and Alan; you guys ROCK!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Do I Really Need Another Cupcake Book? Yes!! 6 avril 2008
Par MiloJRT - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
When I saw this book featured on the Martha Stewart show, I thought, "Do I really need another baking book? I have so many..." I decided to get it anyway, thinking I could always pass it along to someone else if I was not fond of it. Well, I am SO GLAD I made this purchase! The book is beautiful- and I really mean that- the book itself is beautiful, large in size, softcover, with huge color photos and great instructional pages. The recipes are really not that complex (they vary from very detailed to very simple, even though they look challenging at first glance). The author teaches you how to make a variety of adorable cupcakes, and they don't all have to be used for kid parties - there are some showstoppers in there for weddings, party favors, barbeques, holidays, and more. My favorites are the garden patch, the "April Fool's" cupcakes, the alligator, and the pandas. The book is not full of cupcake recipes - it is more of a cupcake design book, as it shows you how to create these fabulous cakes. At the end of the book there is an actual baking recipe section, and I LOVE how the author has two kinds of recipes- simple, quick cupcakes you can make with boxed mixes, and then another section of "from scratch" cupcake recipes. Even if you never make a single cupcake from this book, it is STILL worth purchasing for its sheer beauty. It is fun to flip through the pages and look at the adorable creations and see how they were put together. I LOVE this book. If you are STILL saying you don't need another baking book, do what I did and throw out one old cookbook so that there is room on the shelf for this baby.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Too Cute for Words! 20 mars 2008
Par B. OBryan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
These are the cleverest, cutest cupcakes I've seen yet and I have many of the cupcake and cake books listed on Amazon. Super Easy using the techniques and supplies mentioned! An absolutely wonderful book!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautiful decorations, but disappointed in recipe! 28 juin 2008
Par Kim - Publié sur Amazon.com
First, let me say that I love the pictures and decorating ideas in this book. I have had the book for about a month, and I have not had a chance to make any of the decorating ideas out of here, but this is my favorite cupcake book so far. My complaint is on the actual recipe I made. I made the Vanilla cupcakes last night for my daughter's birthday today, and they were horrible. I ended up throwing the entire batch out and luckily I have some cake mixes in the pantry and am making new cupcakes this morning for her birthday party this afternoon! So frustrating!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The best cupcake decorating book that I've found 5 mai 2008
Par Cookbook Gal - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
This is the most fun, creative, and charming cupcake decorating book that I have come across. The designs are phenomenal, and the authors show you how to create each design, step-by-step. They have a supply list for each type of cupcake (so you don't go into the grocery store trying to figure out what you need, without much guidance), and there are a few basic techniques that they repeat, but to create different effects. So, for example, you might use a cookie for a panda head, but you will use it to make beagle ears.

This is primarily a design book, NOT a cookbook, although the authors provide a few recipes in the back for a basic cupcake and frostings. Even with the fantastic pictures (the book is loaded with them) and the wonderful instruction, making cupcakes like this takes a lot of time and love. There's no way around that, so please don't fault the book if you find that the learning curve is steep, or that it's taking you hours to decorate the 40 cupcakes that you promised to bake for your child's first grade class!
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