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One Cake, One Hundred Desserts: Learn One Foolproof Cake Recipe and Make One Hundred Desserts Hardcover – October 17, 2006
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“One Cake, which includes step-by-step photos of the master recipe, should give timid bakers plenty of confidence.” (Boston Globe)
“An excellent addition to all dessert cookbooks; recommended for all compulsive bakers.” (Library Journal)
About the Author
Greg Case began his culinary career at Dean & Deluca in New York before moving to Boston, where he worked as a pastry chef at Hamersley's Bistro. In 1999, he left to open G. Case Baking Company, which now supplies cakes, pastries, and other sweets to numerous shops, restaurants, and businesses. He is the coauthor of A Feast of the Heart and assisted former White House chef Henry Haller on the PBS series The Presidential Palate.
Keri Fisher is an editor at Cook's Country magazine and a frequent contributor to the Food & Travel section of the Boston Globe.
Top Customer Reviews
The basic recipe may seem a bit intimidating(more difficult than a boxed cake, but still pretty simple), but every recipe I have made from this book really is very good.
This coffee + donuts cake, whoopie pies, jelly roll and trifle are a few of my favorites.
The directions are simple and straightforward, accompanied by warm stories and good bit of humor. Each new recipe flows naturally from the last, and I'm already coming up with creative new twists.
I highly recommend this cookbook for anyone who wants to increase his or her dessert repertoire painlessly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I needed to make a dinosaur cake for my son's fourth birthday and found great instructions and template online from Betty Crocker, but I didn't want to use a store-bought mix for... Read morePublished on March 17, 2011 by dragonness
This book is great for a home baker. The concept is really great. It is truly, one recipe with many variations.Published on January 9, 2007 by Gabi Perez
Like the simplicity of the concept and the layout from the publisher. Same formula but 100 different tastes. I think this is great gift book for the Holidays.Published on October 24, 2006 by PJM