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Cake Decorating For Dummies

by Joe Locicero

Create wedding, shower, holiday, and festive kids' cakesEasy at-home instruction for making and decorating fabulous cakesWant to make beautiful cakes? This fun, instructive guide gives you simple techniques for creating cakes for all celebrations. You get expert advice in all the basics -- from baking to icing to decorating with style. You'll also find delicious foolproof recipes, great ideas for themed cakes, and savvy tips for starting a cake decorating business!Discover how to:* Find ingredients and supplies* Make a cake from scratch* Use frostings and fillings* Cut and serve a cake* Troubleshoot cake catastrophes* Master creative techniques

Cake Decorating with Kids: Halloween

by Jill Collins Natalie Saville

Get messy in the kitchen with these easy-to-follow cake decorating projects to make with the kids! Choose from a Haunted House Cake, Scary Spider Cupcakes or Spooky Skull Cupcakes, or make a 'sweet table' of all three!

The Cake House

by Latifah Salom

Rosaura Douglas's father shot himself after her mother left him . . . or at least that's the story everyone is telling. Now her mother has remarried and Rosie is trapped in "The Cake House," a garish pink edifice in the hills of Los Angeles that's a far cry from the cramped apartment where she grew up. It's also the house where her father died--a fact that everyone else who lives there, including her mother, Dahlia, and her mysteriously wealthy stepfather, Claude, want to forget. Soon, however, her father's ghost appears, sometimes in a dark window, sometimes in the house's lush garden, but always with warnings that Claude is not to be trusted. And as the ghost becomes increasingly violent--and the secrets of her family's past come to light--Rosie must finally face the truth behind the losses and lies that have torn her life apart.From the Trade Paperback edition.

Cake Mixes Cookbook

by Gooseberry Patch

Get a taste of Gooseberry Patch in this collection of over 20 favorite recipes made with cake mixes! Make dozens of different treats from a store-bought cake mix with the scrumptious ideas in Cake Mixes! Try baking up a pumpkin coffee cake, peach-berry cobbler, caramel layer brownies, peanut butter chip cookies and more.

Cake My Day!

by Alan Richardson Karen Tack

The New York Times bestselling authors of Hello, Cupcake! take geniusity to the next level, with bigger, bolder, better creations for every occasion Those cupcaking geniuses, Karen Tack and Alan Richardson, are back, this time with bigger canvases and bolder creations. Everything that can be done with a cupcake can be done better with a cake--with a twelfth of the effort and loads more wow power, using everyday pans, bowls, and even measuring cups. Turn a round cake into Swiss cheese and Brie, and it's April Fool's! Simply press candy into frosting for an argyle pattern or use one of the easy new decorating techniques to produce wood grain for a guitar cake. Whether you're a kitchen klutz or a master decorator, you can transform a loaf cake into a retro vacuum cleaner for Mom or bake a cake in a bowl for a rag doll. Need a piñata for a birthday party? Bake the batter in a measuring cup. Or skip the baking altogether, buy a pound cake, and fashion it into a work boot for Dad or a high-top sneaker. You won't believe these creations aren't the real thing--and they're so stunning you'll have to make them!

Cake on a Hot Tin Roof

by Jacklyn Brady

Pastry chef Rita Lucero's Mardi Gras party turns funereal when one of her guests is found dead after a public fight with her uncle-leaving Rita no choice but to find the real killer and clear her uncle's name...

The Cake Parlour Sweet Tables: A Romance of Truffles

by Zoe Clark

Bring some serious wow factor to your cake displays with a sumptuous sweet table of sensuous desserts softly textured with piped swirls, frills and ruffles in dreamy, muted tones. Includes how to make a trio of celebration cakes, white chocolate truffles, flouncy flower cookies, ruched ribbon cupcakes and tempting twirls of meringue.

Cake Pops

by Bakerella

What's cuter than a cupcake? A cake pop, of course! Wildly popular blogger Bakerella (aka Angie Dudley) has turned cake pops into an international sensation! Cute little cakes on a stick from decorated balls to more ambitious shapes such as baby chicks, ice cream cones, and even cupcakes these adorable creations are the perfect alternative to cake at any party or get-together. Martha Stewart loved the cupcake pops so much she had Bakerella appear on her show to demonstrate making them. Now Angie makes it easy and fun to recreate these amazing treats right at home with clear step-by-step instructions and photos of more than 40 featured projects, as well as clever tips for presentation, decorating, dipping, coloring and melting chocolate, and much more.

Cake Pops Holidays

by Bakerella

Bakerella is the force behind the worldwide sensation that is cake pops and now she's back for the holidays. Here, she celebrates the holiday season with more than twenty winter-themed cake pop creations including adorable Christmas trees, sweet Santas, tiny gingerbread houses, snowflakes and many more. These cute and clever designs include step-by-step instructions and plenty of Bakerella's expert guidance, giving you the skills to make and decorate them like a professional. Follow Bakerella's tips for displaying, gifting, boxing and shipping your precious pops and spread lots of smiles this holiday season.

Cake Simple

by Christie Matheson Alex Farnum

Bundt-style cakes appeal to everyone busy home bakers appreciate how simple they are to make, and cake lovers adore the endless (and delicious!) variety of shapes and forms they can take. This collection of more than 50 recipes delivers retro fun with a sophisticated spin, offering everything from nostalgia-inducing classics and decadent indulgences to adorable minis and even vegan versions of this eponymous treat. Enticing photos throughout showcase these whimsical, irresistible desserts and will have anyone with sweet cravings begging for this circular sensation!

The Cakebread Cellars American Harvest Cookbook

by Jack Cakebread Dolores Cakebread

Every September during harvest season, the Cakebread family invites five up-and-coming chefs and a host of local farmers to their winery for a weekend of tasting, talking, cooking, and sharing. A whirlwind short course in winemaking, viticulture, and artisan food production, the American Harvest Workshop heats up as the sun goes down. Each evening, the chefs come together to plan and execute two multicourse dinners using a market basket of ingredients from the Cakebreads' favorite purveyors.In The Cakebread Cellars American Harvest Cookbook, Jack, Dolores, and culinary director Brian Streeter present 100 recipes and wine pairings developed by workshop chefs and the winery in honor of the twenty-fifth anniversary of this groundbreaking annual event. These spectacular dishes--from appetizers to entrees and desserts--are adapted for home cooking in this delicious exploration of Napa Valley's food and wine culture. Many of the world's leading chefs have attended the workshop and their recipes are here, including Gary Danko's Mediterranean Summer Vegetable Gratin, Nancy Oakes's Warm Chopped Liver Crostini with White Truffle Oil, Hubert Keller's Provençal Garlic and Saffron Soup, and Alan Wong's Pan-Seared Sturgeon with Thai Red Curry. For dessert, just try to choose between Charlie Trotter's Chocolate-Praline Bread Pudding with Cinnamon Cream and Marcel Desaulnier's Caramel-Banana-Chocolate Chip Ice Cream.Guidelines for wine and food pairing are presented along with profiles of the winery's finest purveyors, from Cowgirl Creamery and Hog Island Oyster Company to Liberty Ducks, Broken Arrow Ranch, and Fatted Calf. This unique collection celebrates a quarter century of workshops--and the chefs, winemakers, and farmers who come together each year to cook, eat, and drink from the bounty of Napa's vibrant wine country.From the Hardcover edition.

CakePHP 2 Application Cookbook

by James Watts Jorge Gonzalez

If you are a CakePHP developer looking to ease the burden of development, then this book is for you. As a headfirst dive into the framework, this collection of recipes will help you get the most out of CakePHP, and get your applications baked in no time. Even if you're not familiar with the framework, we'll take you from basic CRUD building to useful solutions that will aid in getting the job done quickly and efficiently.

CakePHP Application Development

by Anupom Syam Ahsanul Bari

This book starts by installing Cake and building our first application, then looking at each main component of a CakePHP application in detail. We then learn how to build Web 2.0 style applications quickly using a case study application. The book is packed with example code and demo applications, so that you can see techniques in action. If you already know PHP and want to develop cutting-edge Web 2.0 applications, or see how to write code in a faster, more productive way, then this book is ideal for you.

Cakes and Ale

by W. Somerset Maugham

Cakes and Ale is a delicious satire of London literary society between the Wars. Social climber Alroy Kear is flattered when he is selected by Edward Driffield's wife to pen the official biography of her lionized novelist husband, and determined to write a bestseller. But then Kear discovers the great novelist's voluptuous muse (and unlikely first wife), Rosie. The lively, loving heroine once gave Driffield enough material to last a lifetime, but now her memory casts an embarrissing shadow over his career and respectable image. Wise, witty, deeply satisfying, Cakes and Ale is Maugham at his best.

Cakes for Romantic Occasions

by May Clee-Cadman

You will indulge in this fresh and contemporary collection of irresistible cakes to suit every romantic occasion, from traditional wedding cakes to quirky Valentines treats and cupcakes to share with their loved ones. The author does not only show readers how to create beautiful cakes with ease, but also advises on the best way to transport, display and serve. Offering instruction on how to make coordinating favors and gifts, the versatility of each cake will ensure readers will be creating them all year round for all of those special occasions.

The Cakes of Wrath

by Jacklyn Brady

Can a pastry chef be too sweet? Rita Lucero, owner of New Orleans cake shop Zydeco Cakes, can't seem to stop saying "yes." Even though things at the bakery are busy, Rita finds herself accepting a seat on the local small business alliance--a group full of colorful characters like Chopper Shop owner Moose Hazen and his wife, Destiny, whose personal life is messier than a cake someone left out in the rain. On the street following a heated alliance meeting, Moose pulls Rita out of the path of a speeding van. Shaken and bruised, Rita notices the next day that her prescribed pain killers are missing. When she discovers Destiny's body in the couple's shop, the stolen pill bottle in her lifeless hand only adds another layer to her mysterious death. But getting the frosty NOPD detective to stop focusing on Rita and look for Destiny's real killer will be anything but a cakewalk... INCLUDES DELICIOUS RECIPES!

Cakes: To Inspire and Desire

by Lindy Smith

Discover a collection of 15 truly inspirational celebratory cakes, each with a modern and distinctive finish. Lavish colour photographs display a unique variety of traditional and contemporary styles from florals and frills to stripes and beadwork. Each cake is accompanied by exquisite mini-cakes to put a creative twist on the main theme, or to make as an alternative when time is short. Chapters are divided by shape, showing how a simple square or round design can be the basis for the most desirable of cakes.

Cakewalk: A Memoir

by Kate Moses

From the author of the internationally acclaimed "Wintering: A Novel of Sylvia Plath" comes a funny, touching memoir of a crummy--and crumby--childhood.

Calamities & Catastrophes

by Derek Wilson

They say that history is written by the winners. Not according to Derek Wilson. In this fascinating, revelatory book, Wilson tells the story from the point of view of the losers - collating a catalogue of calamities and catastrophes that have shaped our world more than historians tend to let on. In ten lucid and entertaining chapters, the author identifies the very worst years of human history, from the destruction of the Roman Empire in 541 to the immediate aftermath of the American Civil War in 1865, from the march on Leningrad in 1942 to the Vietnam War of 1968. Condensing two thousand years of war, plague, misrule and political villainy, he identifies the traitors, scumbags and villains, whose lust for power - and sometimes, sheer incompetence - brought such terror to their times. He delves into the natural forces beyond human control that have wiped out whole peoples. And, most of all, he shows how history has a horrible habit of repeating itself.has a horrible habit of repeating itself--one, he would counsel, we should make more of an effort to stop. Witty and caustic, educational yet diverting, Calamities & Catastrophes is a fast-paced, funny book for history buffs and casual readers alike.

Calamity at Harwood

by George Bellairs

To solve a murder case, Thomas Littlejohn contends with ghosts, Nazis, and crooked real estate speculators Known across London as one of the premier slumlords of the East End, Solomon Burt has never fallen in love with a property the way he has with Harwood, a faded manor house halfway between London and the sea. When the owner refuses to sell, Burt uses every trick he knows to buy the house out from under the man and convert it into apartments. Now Burt owns the property lock, stock, and barrel--but he will have to share it with the ghosts. When Burt is found murdered, the tenants fear a ghost might be responsible. Detective-Inspector Littlejohn is called down from London to solve the case and restore reason. But what he find lurking in the back corners of Harwood is far more dangerous than a poltergeist.

Calamity Jane

by Larry Dane Brimner

The Old West produced many wild and colorful characters. One of the wildest and most colorful was Calamity Jane. She was a real person, all right, but not all of her adventures were real. Her honest-to-goodness adventures got all mixed up with those of a fictional character called Calamity Jane, who appeared in a series of dime novels written by Edward Lytton Wheeler in the late 1800s. The books were so popular that people started confusing the lives of Wheeler's Calamity Jane and the real Calamity Jane. Even Calamity seemed to confuse her own real-life adventures with those invented by Wheeler. Years later, it is hard for historians to sort out the truth from the fiction. The truth is, though, that Calamity Jane gave Americans a glimpse of a liberated woman in a time when most women did not have many choices in life. Her spirit of independence, strength, and pride is what lives in the many legends of Calamity Jane. Find out more about Calamity Jane inside, along with a great recipe for Honey-Mustard Barbecue Sandwiches, a glossary, and places to find more information.

Calamity Jane: Frontier Original (Legendary Heroes of the Wild West)

by Carl R. Green William R. Sanford

Brings the action of the frontier days to life for the reluctant reader. Recounts the adventures of the explorers, pioneers, and settlers of the West.

Calavera Abecedario

by Jeanette Winter

Every year Don Pedro and his family make papier-mâché skeletons, or calaveras, for Mexico's Day of the Dead fiesta. From the Angel and Doctor to the Mariachi and Unicornio, there's a special calavera for each letter of the alphabet. Come dance with them!Includes a glossary of Spanish words and an author's note.

The Calcium Bomb: The Nanobacteria Link to Heart Disease & Cancer

by Katja Hansen Douglas Mulhall

This book explores research into the calcification that occurs in the human body. It describes the findings of researchers in several countries and presents an overview of how calcification impacts heart disease and cancer. The book is written in plain English in order to be accessible to both patients and their doctors.

A Calculated Demise

by Robert Spiller

Bonnie Pinkwater returns in this second book in the series that follows a math teacher with a knack for solving mysteries in her small Colorado town. When the wrestling coach is found murdered, Bonnie enlists the help of a student to find out what really happened. Original.

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