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ISBN: 1852274859
Subcategory: Baking
Pages 144 pages
Publisher VIRGIN BOOKS (1996)
Language English Spanish
Category: Cookbooks
Rating: 4.5
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Marcel Desaulniers (born 1945) is an American chef who was part-owner of the Trellis Restaurant in Williamsburg, Virginia, a cookbook author, director Emeritus of the Culinary Institute of America.

Marcel Desaulniers (born 1945) is an American chef who was part-owner of the Trellis Restaurant in Williamsburg, Virginia, a cookbook author, director Emeritus of the Culinary Institute of America, and self-described "Guru of Ganache. He is the author of the 1992 book Death by Chocolate. Desaulniers was born in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, and resides in Williamsburg with his wife, Connie, who is an artist.

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Marcel Desaulniers is self-described as being consumed and possibly driven by his passion for chocolate - a. .Death By Chocolate" is an indulgence for all your senses.

Marcel Desaulniers is self-described as being consumed and possibly driven by his passion for chocolate - a trait that endears him to many. It's pages are filled with scintillating photographs of desserts so enticing it is difficult to decide where to begin. In addition to the beautiful photography, he has included chef's tips in sidebars to give presentation and storage helps.

This book is about obsession, cravings, and licit indulgences. It is about deliriously delicious, silkily sensuous, soul-stirring chocolate desserts, about Rabelaisian pleasures, and fantasies come true. These seductive cakes, elegant ice creams, lustrous sauces, mouthwatering truffles, divine wafers, and unbelievably satisfying brownies are all from the kitchen of Marcel Desaulniers, a truly inspired chef.

Death by Chocolate Cakes: An Astonishing Array of Chocolate Enchantments by. Marcel Desaulniers, Brett Bailey. Duane Winfield (Photographer).

Marcel Desaulniers, the prize-winning, bestselling author of such classics as "Death by Chocolate, The Burger Meisters," and "Desserts To Die For," continues down the decadent road he has paved with sweets.

Death by Chocolate Cakes. In this scrumptious collection, revered chef Marcel Desaulniers serves up some of his most sinful, most seductive chocolate creations ever. An astonishing array of chocolate lovers from the guru of ganache. Lifestyle & Sports Food. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

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This is one of my all-time favorite cookbooks that contains one of my most frequently used recipes (Chocolate Honey Almond Crunch, a frequent present and hostess gift). I decided I wanted to give a copy to a friend and was so glad I was able to find one. The condition of the book I received was excellent.

I'm a fan of Desaulniers. I enjoyed his restaurant, The Trellis, when I lived in Virginia, and I've enjoyed his television shows. He's an artist in the kitchen, with chocolate in particular. The recipes in this book that I've made have been scrumptious. Some are a little complex but that's something that I enjoy in a baking project. There are some simpler ones as well.

The book itself is lovely, with large, beautiful photographs and a well-designed layout. I've heard people complain that it's not more hefty. I actually appreciate that it's not a tome. It seems to realize its intentions very well.
I really liked that this book was broken up into sections that went from really easy to really, really hard, so you could pick a section and start with something you were comfortable doing and then working up to the harder and longer recipes. I thought that that was a real organizational bonus to what is a really nice cookbook.
The beginning recipes were very doable, and I'm starting in on the harder ones. It's fun to drool over the seven element creation, but much more fun to tackle and easily do (given all the techniques they teach in the book) the most incredibly chocolate cookies I've ever attempted or eaten.
I saw Desauliers' video in 2005 and I wanted that book back then. I remembered the name and checked Amazon and they still offered it. Fantastic chocolate dessert recipes with very detailed instructions on to make it perfectly. I am going to buy his second highly rated book, Desserts to Die For.
Every morsel of food I've produced with this recipe book has been like a tiny slice of heaven. It's worth buying the nicer ingredients to make these recipes. And the book has easy to follow directions for even some of the more complicated processes.
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This book is full of recipes that I have never seen before. Completely unique and I love that fact. There are aspects of baking that I have never seen or heard of before in this book and I can't wait to try them. The book may be outdated but chocolate will never be out of date.
Sometimes (about once or twice a decade), I decide to have the kind of dinner party where the food is Really Impressive. I usually go for a simple dessert, to balance the intricacy of the other courses. Reading this book, it occurred to me that I could do it the other way around -- a dinner party with really simple (but very tasty) courses, leading up to a blow-out dessert. I'm thinking a simple stew, pepper salad and rustic bread, followed by some kind of chocolate thing that will knock everyone's socks off.
If I ever decide to do that, this is the cookbook I will use. The recipes in this book are involved. Many of them have to be made over two days. I've watched the show, and I am a fairly experienced cook, so I feel confident that I could successfully make anything in this book. But I sure would make a point of practicing first!
The food styling is not as good as the recipes -- some of the dishes are not shown to their best advantage. I didn't notice this at first, because the photos are glossy and flamboyant.
This is not an everyday cookbook, but it makes a beautiful coffee table book, and it's going to help me build the centerpiece of my backwards dinner party.
This is the second book I have given as a gift, and has been well received! I would recommend this to anyone who likes to bake with chocolate!