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post #16 of 21
I just got his book today and it does have the pignoli (pinenut) cookies in it.
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post #17 of 21
So Kello, I think these look like quality recipes. What do you think?
post #18 of 21
Yes, they do. I love all baking and some of the Italian ones are my favorite. So I am looking forward to trying many of these recipes.
The cake decorating part, I find more for the beginner. It does cover a lot of techniques which is great.
I still have to sit down and really have a look at it.
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post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by scp1127

Another book just came, Dee Dee Wilson's, Truffles.



Dede Wilson

Hope you don't mind, I posted the correct spelling of the author's name. Only b/c since she isn't well know when you google just her name as you posted it, she is nowhere to be found. When you google Dee Dee Wilson's Truffles I found the book on the second page.

Here's her blog:
http://dedewilson.blogspot.com/

Thanks for sharing, I'm a truffle gal myselficon_smile.gif
post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by Osgirl View Post

My co-workers LOVED LOVED LOVED their GF cupcakes. They inhaled them! They said GF baked goods usually have an odd texture or are really expensive (the boxed kind). They could not believe that something so good and so "normal" tasting was GF. icon_smile.gif

Tonight I'm making the Irish Creme cupcakes for my girls' weekend.

Kathy-They talk a little bit about decorating. They said they mostly use plunger cutters and mini cookie cutters. I was wondering though, because their small Christmas tree and reindeer are too small to be mini cookie cutters, and I have searched high and low for plunger cutters like that and haven't found them. I was hoping they would've given some more ideas as far as where they get some of their decorating supplies. Ask me if you have any specific questions icon_smile.gif

 

Hi i am a DC Cupcakes fan too and i saw this video once and the sisters said they used scrapbooking punchers for their reindeer and christmas tree decorations. here is the video link: 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlvcVa4ptQg

 

:-D hope this helps.

post #21 of 21

What a great post. I love hearing about books that people are using/reading. Thanks everyone!

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