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What's New, Cupcake?: Ingeniously Simple Designs for Every Occasion (Anglais) Broché – 1 avril 2010

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Praise for Hello, Cupcake!
"Whimsical, inspiring and utterly gorgeous."--Associated Press
"Cake whisperer . . . Tack's greatest appeal my lie in her work's accessibility . . .[she] breathes life into this edible menagerie... making it easy for the home baker to recreate her designs."-- Gourmet

"Stylist Karen Tack sculpts dogs, penguins, and van Gogh's Starry Night out of cupcakes in this delectable cookbook. You've got to respect an artists whose medium is a baked good." --Entertainment Weekly

"We couldn't believe our eyes when we saw the fantastical cupcakes in the new book Hello, Cupcake! Part craft, part cooking, these creations are sure to wow the crowd." --Redbook

"Adorable puppies, far-out aliens invaders, and even a big-top circus: You'll find amazing edible versions of all of them in the new book Hello, Cupcake! We can vouch for Tack's brilliance as she's designed many incredible cakes for Parents over the last ten years. The cupcake decorations are truly easy to pull off."---Parents
"Whether you're preparing for a holiday, hosting a child's party or surprising grown-ups, Hello, Cupcake! won't disappoint."
-- For Women First
"With this whimsical cookbook in the kitchen, you'll be turning out the most creative cupcakes in town.
All of the ideas from stylist Karen Tack and photographer Alan Richardson are simply irresistible."
-- Hallmark Magazine
"These cupcakes are gonna tickle your funnybone! I can't wait to make them."---Paula Deen

Présentation de l'éditeur

The endlessly imaginative duo who turned cupcaking into a national pastime is back, with utterly new, eye-popping creations anyone can make.
• Create a cupcake race car, a cupcake robot, or ravishing ring bling cupcakes for a birthday party.
• Surprise the family with Chinese takeout dinner cupcakes on April Fool's or serve up a goofy chocolate moose.
• Captivate Mom with a bouquet of long-stemmed mum cupcakes.
• Build sand castle cupcakes with the kids.
All you need are candies from the corner store, cake mix, and canned frosting.
So what is new, Cupcake?
• Lots of "EZ" projects that use just a few ingredients--perfect for kids and parties.
• More pictures, brighter colors, bolder designs.
• More faux-food creations--so real you won't believe they're cupcakes!
• More comical critters and the cutest pets ever!
• More irresistible party centerpieces to celebrate hobbies, from golf to knitting.
• More spectacular holiday cupcakes: Valentine's, Easter, Fourth of July, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
You'll end up with cupcakes so striking that you won't want to eat them--but so delicious you'll have no choice!

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Cupcake, it's not just a noun anymore... 16 avril 2010
Par Susan Tunis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
"Cupcaking," it seems, has joined the ranks of verbs like "scrapbooking." Where once a cupcake was a tasty treat, it is now an arts and crafts project. I must admit that I came to this book with a misconception. I thought the point was to create something good to eat. It is not. What's New, Cupcake is a triumph of style over substance. To eat the creations in this book is not only beside the point, it's bordering on sacrilege.

Clearly, I am an old-fashioned baker, or at least one cut from a different cloth. "Recipes" from cake mixes and the use of Twinkies and mini-donuts as additional construction elements are anathema to me. Now that my biases have been disclosed, I will admit this: The photographs of the projects in this book are AMAZING. The finished projects are gorgeous--more akin to sculptures than snacks. For the baker who aspires to such feats, this book should be equal parts instructive and inspirational.

For dinosaurs like myself, who are as interested in the edibility of their cupcakes as the attractiveness, there is certainly useful information. I advise using real recipes as a starting place. But there is much that can be learned about types and manners of icing and frosting, how to achieve textures, creative ways to use candies and other decorative elements, and more. It may encourage you to a more ambitious level of creativity.

This is a book for an extreme cupcaker. There may be more of you out there than I realize. For you, this book may well be the bible of cupcaking. For the more moderate cupcakers like myself, take what you can from the book and then "ooh" and "aah" over the pretty pictures.
41 internautes sur 47 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Egg mold helpful hints 30 mai 2010
Par La Blue Eyes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I enjoy this book immensely and find the recipes to be very creative. Anyone else who whines that the recipes are cute to look at but inedible should stick to their boring cake recipe and frosting duo. I can tell you right now, they will never garner as much attention at a party as the recipes in this book do.
The first recipe I tried from this book was the Easter eggs which requires molding eggs out of candy melts from plastic Easter eggs. After a frustrating hour of maybe getting one egg out of 8 to not break while unmolding I ended up with barely three and a half candy eggs and a pile of shattered attempts.
The second recipe I tried was the "all cracked up" or the eggs on the back cover of the book. I dreaded doing egg molding again, but this time I came with several ideas and they worked!! So, I'm passing along my ideas so they can maybe help someone else who ran into the same problems I did.
First, I filled the inside of the eggs with the candy melts and then used a brush to cover up the bare spots. A knife or spoon will not work because they scrape the sides.
Don't be stingy with the candy melts. If the candy is spread too thin it will shatter. If I could see the color of the egg clearly through the candy I would add more.
Using a plastic squeezable bottle I would spread an excess layer of candy melts along the inside edge of the plastic egg on one side. After it chills this layer will harden and create an overextended "lip" of candy to grip with your fingers so you have a place to grip and won't create so much pressure on the sides and shatter the candy in the egg
I put the molds in the freezer simply because I was too impatient for the fridge. I'm not sure if that changed anything, but they were very hard when I took them out.
Next came the unmolding which was always a challenge because even with the plastic eggs greased that candy would not come out no matter how much you tapped the top or pull from the inside of the egg. So, I tried a different approach. While still cold from the freezer I took a hair dryer and used it on the outside of the egg. It only takes seconds and you need to evenly distribute the hot air on all sides (not underside obviously) otherwise you'll melt the candy. Exerting careful pressure and gripping the "lip" you created the egg will easily slip out. If it won't, heat it up a little more.
With this technique I had none break which was a certain change from my experience with the previous recipe. The end result was amazing with candy eggs that when served in the egg cartons made many guests assume that they were real eggs. I will certainly do this recipe again and I hope that these hints will help someone not give up on the "egg" recipes
33 internautes sur 39 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Too Cute for Words 19 mars 2010
Par tmtrvlr - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
What I found the most striking about What's New Cupcake is the photography by Alan Richardson. The pictures are so vibrant and colorful that they almost seem to jump off the pages. This is a good-sized book, at about 9" x 10", so they are also nice sized and detailed photos. The cover photo with the "Rubber Duckies" cupcakes is too cute for words.

What's New Cupcake starts out like a craft book with a list of needed materials and tools. Nothing unusual is needed and most are items that would be already on hand, except for the variety of colorful candies. The instructions for decorating the cupcakes are clear and the Karen Tack's designs are fun and very decorative.

The first chapter, April Fools Play, has cupcakes that look like something entirely different. How about cupcakes that look like a sub sandwich or a banana split? There are sections with ideas for all of the major holidays and party ideas for children and grown-ups.

Just a couple of examples of the design titles are:

Busy Bees (a honeycomb of cupcakes)
Mum's the Word (beautiful flower cupcakes)
Fur Balls and String Monsters (You have to see it!)
Shower Heads (baby faces)
Knit One, Frost Two (knitting needles and yarn - my personal favorite)

Along with the decorating instructions there are quick dressed up cake mix recipes for cupcakes, frosting, and sugar cookies.
13 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Just as awesome as the original! 20 mars 2010
Par JPS - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If you liked Hello, Cupcake!: Irresistibly Playful Creations Anyone Can Make then you'll love this book.
Everything you need to decorate will be candies that you are familiar with (it never asks you to use fondant).
My favorite idea is "Chinese Takeout," where the cupcakes are decorated to look like Vegetable Fried Rice, Pork Lo Mein, and of course, a Fortune Cookie. (This is in the "April Fools" section of the book.)
The first one I will probably make could be "Gingerbread Village," where the cupcakes are decorated to look like Gingerbread houses - for my brother-in-law's housewarming party.
One feature that this book has that "Hello Cupcake" didn't have, is the "EZ" stamp on the more simpler recipes.
As with "Hello Cupcake," this is mainly a how-to-decorate cupcake idea book, and not a recipe book for different flavors of cupcake batters, etc. Although it does have some recipes for different flavors of cupcakes that you can make, it is mainly a decorating book. The pictures are beautiful.
Along with "Hello Cupcake," these are two of my favorite recipe books.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Decorating Book - not Baking Book 31 janvier 2011
Par WhitMcMo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I love the ideas in this book for decorating. However, I would not use any of the recipes for sponge or for frosting. I especially would not use their suggestion of frosting from a can! That's just disgusting. Learn to bake for yourself, from people who really know how. And use this as an inspiration book for creative decorations for your own.
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