By Nadene Hurst, Julie Springall
Книга на английском языке известных английских декораторов кондитерских изделий Надин Хёрст и Джули Спрингэлл, посвященная приготовлению и оформлению рождественских тортов. Представлено около 20 тортов, как с традиционным дизайном, так и совершенно новых. Для украшения тортов используется сахарная помадка.For the English, sugar paste (fondant) cake ornament is actually an artwork. Nadiene Hurst and Julie Springall are specialist cake decorators in England, focusing on royal icing and sugar paste.Step-by-step directions with photographs stick to component lists so accomplished they comprise even the instruments and fabrics essential to re-create those difficult brownies. each one cake starts with both a standard wealthy Fruit Cake or an alternate gentle Fruit Cake, and you may pick out whichever you wish. A recipe for royal icing is through directions for masking brownies and cake forums and for piping undefined. The designs of the tarts contain uncomplicated ones like Stars, bushes, Ribbons, and Bells, and extra difficult ones equivalent to Taffeta and Holly, culmination (made of marzipan), and xmas Rose (made of gum paste).Some of the tarts defined are undying. The Crown of Holly, the canopy recipe, is superbly draped with a two-tone yellow sugar paste and a mass of holly leaves and berries made from gum paste. middle of the night Snowflakes is straightforward adequate for newbies; coated with darkish blue sugar paste, snowflakes made up of royal icing are conscientiously piped on best. There also are smooth brownies just like the brightly coloured 3 Kings, that's crowned with gold stars springing out on wires, and Festive Drapes, an impressive construction adorned with gold holly leaves, pearl pears made from marzipan, and pink taffeta drapes made up of sugar paste.The recipes are definitely complicated and time-consuming, and youll have to discover a reliable cake-decorating offer shop for the instruments and fabrics, however the outcome will amaze and astound and be worth the attempt concerned.
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