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Sweet Maria's Italian Desserts: Classic and Casual Recipes for Cookies, Cakes, Pastry, and Other Favorites epub ebook

by Maria Bruscino Sanchez

Sweet Maria's Italian Desserts: Classic and Casual Recipes for Cookies, Cakes, Pastry, and Other Favorites epub ebook

Author: Maria Bruscino Sanchez
Category: Regional & International
Language: English
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin; 1st edition (October 20, 2000)
Pages: 176 pages
ISBN: 031224133X
ISBN13: 978-0312241339
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 628
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Sweet Maria's Italian Desserts is baker Maria Bruscino Sanchez's loving tribute to the desserts her family has enjoyed for generations - desserts you'll find in Italy and in Italian-American homes on special occasions and.

Sweet Maria's Italian Desserts is baker Maria Bruscino Sanchez's loving tribute to the desserts her family has enjoyed for generations - desserts you'll find in Italy and in Italian-American homes on special occasions an.

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Sweet Maria's Italian Desserts is baker Maria Bruscino Sanchez's loving tribute to the desserts her family has enjoyed for generations .

Sweet Maria's Italian Desserts is baker Maria Bruscino Sanchez's loving tribute to the desserts her family has enjoyed for generations - desserts you'll find. St. Martin's Griffin.

Maria Bruscino Sanchez.

Sweet Maria's Italian Desserts is baker Maria Bruscino Sanchez's loving tribute to the desserts her family has .

Sweet Maria's Italian Desserts is baker Maria Bruscino Sanchez's loving tribute to the desserts her family has enjoyed for generations - desserts you'll find i. .She demystifies the "handful of this and that" that one often finds with "old country" family recipes. Italian baking, like Italian cooking, is regional.

Sweet Maria's Italian Desserts is baker Maria Bruscino Sanchez's loving tribute to the desserts her family has enjoyed for generations - desserts you'll find in Italy and in Italian-American homes on special occasions and, in many cases, any day of the year. These are festive favorites like Traditional Cannoli, Espresso Cheesecake, Tiramisu, Amaretto Chiffon Cake, Spiced Gelato, and many others. The result of years of baking in Italy, in her popular bakery, and in the kitchens of her grandmother, mother, and aunts (many of whom do the baking at Sweet Maria's), the book includes cookies, cakes, pies, tarts, pastry, sweet breads, frozen desserts, fruit dishes, and other specialties-all made with warmth, tradition, and a love of great desserts.Presented with simple instructions, tips from the bakery, and a dollop of background information on the customs and history of the desserts, these creative, top-notch recipes will bring delicious favorites to your kitchen.
Reviews (7)
Mamuro
Good selection simple fair yet efficient. Missing some Italian pastries that I as a Chef demand I just wanted to see how people who are not involved in the food industry justify a cookbook!!! This book is great for little miss homemaker but us Pros well enough said!!!

Dobpota
Full of great recipes! It's the only Italian dessert cookbook you'll ever need!

LiTTLe_NiGGa_in_THE_СribE
I realize this publication is over a decade old, but I am baffled by some of these recipes. Cut the dough into thirds, roll into strips, ect, ect. I just can't figure it out. A sketch would have been helpful. Search the web, found nothing. Found her web with a blog. No place to ask a question. Just disappointed.

Hirah
Haven't tried many, but so far so good.

Kata
There are maybe one or two recipies in this book that I was looking for. The rest is not the traditional AItalian pastries from back East. ONe thing annoyed me, was that this author decided to change some of the recipies for her own good, I guess. I AM LOOKING FOR THE COMPLICATED TRADITIONAL ITALIAN PASTRIES!!!!! May return this one also.

betelgeuze
Love all her books!!

VariesWent
Make Delicious Italian Desserts at Home
In her latest cookbook, "Sweet Maria's Italian Desserts: Classic and Casual Recipes for Cookies, Cakes, Pastry, and Other Favorites," baker Maria Bruscino Sanchez offers traditional family recipes for the home baker. She demystifies the "handful of this and that" that one often finds with "old country" family recipes. Italian baking, like Italian cooking, is regional. Maria offers recipes from her Neapolitan and Abbruzzese heritage; from her Sicilian husband's heritage; and from her travels all over Italy. She shares updated traditional and contemporary recipes from her own Sweet Maria's Bakery in Waterbury, Connecticut, where Italian-Americans and others purchase desserts.
The recipes in this cookbook are easy to follow. Here you will find authentic Italian recipes for everything from cookies (including biscotti), cakes (including cheesecakes), pies and tarts, pastry (wonderful cannoli), sweet breads, frozen desserts, fruit desserts, and dessert sauces.
Of special interest are recipes for tiramisù (including savioardi--Italian ladyfingers), homemade limoncello, crostata di fico (fresh fig tart), millefoglie (thousand-layer apricot tart), biscotti di cioccolata con noci (chocolate hazlenut biscotti), and apricot-almond semi-freddo. For special occasions, such as St. Joseph's Day (March 19) and Easter, Maria tells how to make "Pane di Pasqua con Uovo" (Braided Easter Bread with Eggs). For Christmas, there are recipes for "Panettone" (Christmas Fruit Bread) and "Crostata di Natale" (Christmas Tart).
Sidebars occur throughout this cookbook that offer tips such as "How to Make an Italian Cookie Tray," "Bomboniere" (favors for Italian weddings and bridal showers), and "Al Dente." Another sidebar tells how ". . . Italian pastry chefs traveled with Catherine de Médici when she went to live in France . . . .who showed the French chefs some of their basic techniques for pastry making, which they then adapted to make some of their legendary sweets."
Highly recommended for authentic Italian dessert recipes!

Many of us past the age of 40 have difficulty with small print, especially in recipes with fractions. I will give the book to a friend who can read without a magnifying glass.
Some of her recipes do not contain salt, which can result
in a flat taste,regardless of other ingredients.
It would have been nice to have a few photos.
This is a varied collection of recipes with simple directions.

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