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Chocolate alchemy : a bean to bar primer : creating your own truffles, candies, cakes, fudge and sipping chocolates / Kristen Hard.

By: Hard, Kristen.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York, New York : Rizzoli, 2018Description: 206 pages : colour illustrations ; 28 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780847858415; 0847858413.Subject(s): Cooking (Chocolate) | Cocoa | DessertsGenre/Form: Cookbooks.DDC classification: 641.6374 Summary: "Through easy-to-understand recipes, Chocolate Alchemy makes creating your own chocolate at home accessible to everyone, whether you are an avid cook or simply a chocolate lover. Called a ?female pioneer of bean-to-bar chocolate, Kristen Hard shares her philosophy and secrets to making chocolate, with clear instructions on minimal-processing techniques without additives."-- Amazon.
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What Tartine Bread did for bread, Alex Stupak's Tacos did for tortillas, and Michael Ruhlman's Charcuterie did for sausage, this book does for chocolate: it reveals the complete process for making chocolate from scratch as well as offers a wealth of innovative recipes using chocolate. In look and feel it will have an appeal like that of the Ladurée cookbooks with their jewel-like presentation.

This collection of 100 fresh recipes celebrates bean-to-bar chocolate from the ground up. Including a revolutionary recipe for making chocolate from scratch from cacao beans, the book takes control back from the big chocolate manufacturers and gives home cooks the power to make their own chocolate of the highest quality.

Includes index.

"Through easy-to-understand recipes, Chocolate Alchemy makes creating your own chocolate at home accessible to everyone, whether you are an avid cook or simply a chocolate lover. Called a ?female pioneer of bean-to-bar chocolate, Kristen Hard shares her philosophy and secrets to making chocolate, with clear instructions on minimal-processing techniques without additives."-- Amazon.