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Baked Explorations - Classic American Desserts Reinvented - cover

Baked Explorations - Classic American Desserts Reinvented

Matt Lewis, Renato Poliafito

Publisher: ABRAMS

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Traditional treats get an innovative twist in these seventy-two recipes from the owners of the famous Baked bakeries.   In Baked Explorations, Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito, owners of the acclaimed Baked NYC and Baked Charleston, put a modern spin on America’s most famous sweet treats.   From Mississippi Mud Pie to New York’s Black & White Cookie and the classic Devil’s Food Cake with Angel Frosting, these are the desserts that have been passed down for generations, newly updated with Lewis and Poliafito’s signature tongue-in-cheek style—just like Baked’s most in-demand item, also included here, the Sweet and Salty Brownie.   They may not be your grandma’s treats, but these new renditions of old favorites will have everyone begging for more.
Available since: 12/12/2011.
Print length: 208 pages.

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