Daniela Kirchlechner’s pictures and objects have a dreamlike quality that will make your mouth water – but fear not: Thanks to a wide choice of recipes, that yen for all things chocolaty can readily be assuaged.
The international recipes are anything but run-off-the-mill, yet these dainties can be prepared in any kitchen in no time at all. What’s more, the book will inspire you to try some fanciful decorations and wrappings: Hands up who wouldn’t want, for once, to decorate their coffee table with a caravan entirely made of chocolate? Or surprise their friends with a sweet gift whose wrapping is a work of art in its own right? So this is a beautiful easy-to-handle triple whopper of a book: It combines finger-licking recipes with inspired ideas for decorations and for wrappings. And it makes a wonderful present for every chocoholic, to boot.
This marvel of a book provides an introduction to the medieval world of knights errant and arrant knaves, of damsels in distress and tales of chivalry. And chivalry is a ...
Daniela Kirchlechner, who studied graphic design in Berlin and in Vienna, works as a creative director for customers in Germany and abroad. A passionate cook and pâtissière, she has already published a highly successful cookery book "Max Michel - So kocht Deutschland". She lives in Berlin.
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