Wedding Cakes You Can Make: (Hardcover) by Wilson, Dede
Hardcover; Published 2/15/2005; 192 Pages; ISBN 9780764557194
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The only cookbook that helps any dedicated baker–even the bride–make a beautiful, delicious wedding cake.
For the cost-conscious new couple–or their family and friends–making a wedding cake is one sure way to put a truly personal imprimatur on a wedding. In Wedding Cakes You Can Make, PBS food show host Dede Wilson offers clear, accessible instructions on planning, baking, assembling, and decorating 16 unique, delicious creations that can serve up to 150–from a Barefoot in the Backyard simple cake decorated with wildflowers to an Over-the-Top-Decadence tower festooned with chocolate-covered strawberries and mounds of rich chocolate curls. With color photos of each cake plus more than 20 how-to photos, this book is an ideal present for any bride as well as the perfect guide for a loved one who wants to make the wedding day extra special by creating a homemade cake.
Dede Wilson (Amherst, MA) is the host of PBS’s Seasonings with Dede Wilson and is a frequent guest on NBC’s Today show and ABC’s The View. She is a contributing editor to Bon Appétit and also writes for Pastry Art & Design and Chocolatier.
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