Cox, Cookies, and Cake

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Bringing the edgy attitude of Cox Cookies and Cakes to your kitchen.

Under the expert guidance of Patrick Cox and Eric Lanlard, cupcakes have received a sultry and seductive makeover, and Cox Cookies & Cake is far sexier than the average cake shop. The edgy atmosphere of its Soho home is ravishingly reflected in the cakes it produces - from Mrs Nickolchuk's Nanaimo squares to cupcakes bejeweled with skulls and gothic black frosting.Oozing sexiness, this book features 80 ...

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Overview

Bringing the edgy attitude of Cox Cookies and Cakes to your kitchen.

Under the expert guidance of Patrick Cox and Eric Lanlard, cupcakes have received a sultry and seductive makeover, and Cox Cookies & Cake is far sexier than the average cake shop. The edgy atmosphere of its Soho home is ravishingly reflected in the cakes it produces - from Mrs Nickolchuk's Nanaimo squares to cupcakes bejeweled with skulls and gothic black frosting.Oozing sexiness, this book features 80 recipes from classic Bling cupcakes and chunky chocolate chip cookies to all-time favorite cheesecakes and brownies. Edgy design and graphic photography make this a voluptuous and completely delicious new take on cakes.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781845337155
  • Publisher: Octopus Books
  • Publication date: 9/5/2012
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 7.66 (w) x 9.42 (h) x 0.92 (d)

Meet the Author

Edmonton-born Patrick relocated to London in 1985 and quickly made a mark with his footwear designs.Within a decade, his was the label on fashionable feet all over the world. After 20 years in the shoe business, he was ready for a sabbatical, and with master patissier Eric Lanlard, established Cox,Cookies and Cake in the heart of London's Soho. Since arriving in the UK 21 years ago, Eric Lanlard has changed the face of British Patisserie, earning himself a reputation for inspirational cakes and an A-list clientele. Eric's unique combination of craftsmanship and unbridled creativity has made him a much-requested television personality, with his own series on the UK's Channel 4 and guest appearances on such programs as Master Chef. He is the author of two books, Cake Boy (Hamlyn) and Glamour Cakes (Mitchell Beazley).

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