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Bean To Bar Chocolate

Author : Megan Giller
ISBN : 9781612128214
Genre : Cooking
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Author Megan Giller invites fellow chocoholics on a fascinating journey through America’s craft chocolate revolution. Learn what to look for in a craft chocolate bar and how to successfully pair chocolate with coffee, beer, spirits, cheese, or bread. This comprehensive celebration of chocolate busts some popular myths (like “white chocolate isn’t chocolate”) and introduces you to more than a dozen of the hottest artisanal chocolate makers in the US today. You’ll get a taste for the chocolate-making process and understand how chocolate’s flavor depends on where the cacao was grown — then discover how to turn your artisanal bars into unexpected treats with 22 recipes from master chefs.

Making Chocolate

Author : Dandelion Chocolate
ISBN : 9780451495365
Genre : Cooking
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From nationally-lauded San Francisco chocolate maker, Dandelion Chocolate, comes the first ever complete guide to making chocolate from scratch. From the simplest techniques and technology—like hair dryers to rolling pins—to the science and mechanics of making chocolate from bean to bar, Making Chocolate holds everything the founders and makers behind San Francisco’s beloved chocolate factory have learned since the day they first cracked open a cocoa bean. Best known for their single origin chocolate made with only two ingredients—cocoa beans and cane sugar—Dandelion Chocolate shares all their tips and tricks to working with cocoa beans from different regions around the world. There are kitchen hacks for making chocolate at home, a deep look into the nuts, bolts, and ethics of sourcing beans and building relationships with producers along the supply chain, and for ambitious makers, tips for scaling up. Complete with 30 recipes from the chocolate factory's much-loved pastry kitchen, Making Chocolate is a resource for hobbyists and more ambitious makers alike, as well as anyone looking for maybe the very best chocolate chip cookie recipe in the world.

Chocolate

Author : Dom Ramsey
ISBN : 9780241288054
Genre : Cooking
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Indulge your inner chocoholic with Chocolate, the decadent and in-depth exploration of the world's favourite sweet treat. Unwrap the secrets of chocolate and learn everything from cacao's origins to how to make chocolate at home. Trace the journey of chocolate across the globe, from cacao plants in Cameroon and Costa Rica, to how to make, buy, taste, and cook with this delicious treat. Step-by-step masterclasses in using chocolate are supplemented by mouth-watering photography to tickle your tastebuds. Once you're a chocolate expert, get creating with 15 indulgent recipes worthy of a chocolatier including hot chocolate, truffles, and chocolate brownies. Try something delicious with Chocolate, the perfect gift for all foodies and chocoholics.

From Bean To Bar

Author : Andrew Baker
ISBN : 0749581832
Genre : Cooking
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Chocolate arouses greater passion in its fans than any other food, and chocolate-making is one of the most exciting and dynamic areas in Britain's burgeoning artisan food scene. This book is a celebration of chocolate-making, designed to locate and bring to a wider audience the fascinating people making good chocolate in the right way. Arranged geographically in a dozen regional chapters, each one is centered on a local hero but also casts light on other chocolatiers and bean-to-bar makers in their area. A profile of the area and its most characterful artisans is backed up in each chapter by a locator map and data on transport links, supplier websites, and other foodie points of interest. Part travelogue and part biography, always informative and entertaining, there will be practical information that readers can use to make their way around Britain, tasting as they go, or to order lovely chocolate from their armchair while reading about the people who make it. Among the people and places to be included are Duffy Sheardown, a former Formula One racing engineer who makes bars of chocolate in a shed in Cleethorpes that are prized by chocolate connoisseurs all over the world; Willie Harcourt-Cooze, a glamorous globetrotter who grows cocoa in Venezuala and makes chocolate in Uffculme, Devon (sold in Waitrose); and the passionate young women of Dormouse, who from tiny premises in Manchester are winning international accolades.

Chocolate

Author : Anita Ganeri
ISBN : 0007465335
Genre : Cacao
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Chocolate comes in many forms - from chocolate bars to hot chocolate - but how was it first discovered, and how is it made? Trace the journey chocolate makes, from the cocoa bean on the tree to the chocolate bar in the shop in this fascinating report. * Copper/Band 12 books provide more complex plots and longer chapters that develop reading stamina. * Text type: A non-fiction report. * Curriculum links: Geography; History. * This book has been quizzed for Accelerated Reader.

Chocolate Alchemy

Author : Kristen Hard
ISBN : 078933691X
Genre : Cooking
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Finally, the first book to reveal the complete bean-to-bar process of creating chocolate from scratch in your own kitchen, plus over 100 recipes for delectable cacao treats. 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. The book is filled with more than 100 innovative recipes that showcase chocolate's complex flavor, from pink peppercorn ginger truffles and hickory-smoked caramels to chocolate oatmeal cream pies and raw almond bark. Step-by-step photographs guide the home cook, but also allow for experimentation and customization. Chocolate Alchemy gives chocolate addicts the knowledge and confidence to set up their own chocolate laboratory and craft confections and baked goods with the true flavors of chocolate as the star of the show.

How To Make Chocolate At Home From Bean To Bar

Author : Thomas Avery
ISBN : 1984049887
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Chocolate is to my mind the most alluring, the most complex and truly the world's most amazing food. Let me help you access chocolate like never before, to create it and tailor it to your exact specifications. The aim of this book is to enable you to make fabulous chocolate the simplest way with minimal specialist equipment in your own home. It will take you from complete novice to expert, with simple to follow instructions, handy tips and extensive formulations for all types of chocolate. I have over 10 years' experience in making chocolate, bean-to-bar, in my home kitchen. With a day job and two children, I am very time poor, so I have this down to a fine art! I ask you to trust me, try a bunch of things from this book and from there adjust the formulations to your liking and before long you will have your own style. With all the options and information in this book, my aim is to fast track you to your individual chocolate maker style! The important thing is to enjoy the process and really, what is not to like about making fabulous chocolate.

Everything Chocolate

Author : America's Test Kitchen
ISBN : 9781948703093
Genre : Cooking
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Make your decadent dreams come true with this chocolate-covered collection of more than 180 foolproof recipes that showcase the treasured dessert ingredient--from delicious morning baked goods and pick-me-up treats to rich after-dinner delights for special occasions. Chocolate may be the most universally loved (and craved) flavoring, and Everything Chocolate is the definitive guide to any sweet treat you can imagine featuring it, for any time of day. Wake up with streusel-topped Chocolate-Walnut Muffins that are easy to make or professional-grade Chocolate Croissants when weekend time allows. Pack lunches with pleasing Milk Chocolate Revel Bars or serve Magic Chocolate Flan Cake or Chocolate Pavlova with Berries and Whipped Cream after dinner. Much of why we fall for chocolate is because it brings back memories of candy bar snacks and sneaking just-baked chocolate chip cookies while they're still warm (we have the best recipe). We channel the nostalgia in recipes like Chocolate Fluff Cookies and Frozen Snickers Ice Cream Cake. But chocolate is also a grown-up favorite for black-tie desserts--think low, lush slices like Blood Orange Chocolate Tart or ganache-enrobed Chocolate-Pecan Torte (we'll teach you how to get a perfectly smooth coating). The full range of chocolate recipes is here, avoiding the pitfalls of unbalanced chocolate flavor (too bitter or too sweet) or dry, crumbly baked goods (chocolate contains starch and we've learned how to mind it). Become a home chocolatier by learning all about chocolate nomenclature, how to shop for the best-tasting cocoa powder, when you should use chocolate bars versus chips, decorating dazzling desserts with chocolate, and how to make candies and cookies with shiny, snappy chocolate coatings with our shortcut to tempering.

From A Bean To A Bar

Author : Claire Llewellyn
ISBN : 073123491X
Genre : Children's literature
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The Art And Craft Of Chocolate

Author : Nathan Hodge
ISBN : 9781631594670
Genre : Cooking
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In The Art and Craft of Chocolate, world-renowned chocolatier Nathan Hodge takes you on a grand tour of chocolate—from its processing, history, and trade to how it's made, bean to bar. The book includes the basic principles of chocolate-making at home and recipes for traditional moles, drinks, baked goods, rubs, and more. The Art and Craft of Chocolate opens with the very basics, beginning with the cacao tree, and explains the process of growing cacao and the many hands it takes to process it. For centuries, chocolate has been used for many purposes all over the world: from a currency during the Mayan empire, to homemade beverages consumed by farm workers in Central America for energy, as well as tortillas and moles in Mexican cuisine. The Art and Craft of Chocolate covers the cultural history of chocolate, as well as the birth of the chocolate bar. The co-founder and head chocolate maker of Raaka Chocolate, Nathan Hodge, then shows you how to hack the basic principles of chocolate-making at home using tools as simple as a food processor, a hair dryer, and a double boiler. In addition, he offers recipes for traditional moles from different regions of Mexico; traditional Mayan chocolate drinks; cocoa as a meat rub; and various baked goods. An expert in the bean-to-bar movement and a leader in sustainable chocolate sourcing, Hodge introduces the concept of bean to bar chocolate—a process that starts with whole cocoa beans, which are roasted, ground, and smoothed into chocolate—and discusses sustainability and social consciousness, along with his own chocolate making philosophy. The Art and Craft of Chocolate is your resource on all topics chocolate.

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