Be the star of the party with Paris Cutler's inspiring guide to cake making for birthdays, fundraisers, bridal showers and more. With playful ideas and detailed instructions, even complete beginners to cake decorating will find themselves creating little masterpieces. From Cheeky Monkey and Polka Dot Cupcakes for the school fete to Freddy and Girly Bear Cupcakes for a children's party, Planet Cake Celebrate will have a cake for every occasion! The book includes more than 20 cupcake/mini fudge cake designs for all occasions. It also has detailed advice on how you can host events and how to prepare for a cake-making party, advice on taking cakes home, templates, techniques and troubleshooting tips.
Creating a unique cake for someone you love or for a treasured friend is an unbeatable way to show how much you care. These cakes will be the highlight of significant events such as christenings, engagements, weddings and anniversaries, as well as birthdays - and occasions held to simply mark the importance of a special relationship. The projects are designed for the beginner through to the more experienced cake decorator, with shapes that are simple to master. Planet Cake Love and Friendship features approximately 30 romantic cake decorating designs, ranging from traditional with a twist to very contemporary in style. From recipes for base cakes, to techniques for applying ganache and fondant, through to methods for creating beautiful figurines, Paris Cutler presents ideas and information aplenty to help you create a cake perfectly tailored to delight the person you care about.
Children's cakes just got a whole lot more exciting. Planet Cakes Kids is a unique cake decorating book offering hundreds of possibilities for mix and match cakes. Choose from a selection of 12 creative cakes - from a Wizards' Spell Book to a Graveyard to a Theatre Stage - and then add a cast of 57 fun, colourful characters modelled in fondant icing: Mr Donut and Friends, the Hip Hop Dudes, the Ninja Rabbits, Snow-surfing Penguins and more. The mix-and-match approach of this unique book offers hundreds of combinations of cakes and toppers and takes cake making and decorating to a new level. You've never seen cakes like this before!
Putting time, thought and energy into creating a unique cake for a loved one be they family, friend or partner is an unbeatable way to show you care. In this stunning book, Paris Cutler shares techniques and tips for 30 cake-decorating projects ranging from traditional with a twist, to delightfully playful. Clear step-by-step instructions demystify the process behind her wondrous cakes, making them achievable and enjoyable for all. These beautiful creations are sure to be the highlight of christenings, engagements, weddings, anniversaries, birthdays any occasion where the special moments of life are celebrated.
This series of books will continue to introduce man in person with his maker, God Almighty. God will meet and work with representatives from Planet Ares (PA) to seek help in finding peace throughout the entire universe. God uses these meetings as a method to allow man to seek peace on his own terms. The primary setting for this continuing Secret Peace Corp (SPC) story is the United States of America in the state of Virginia. SPC agent John James VA10A; his wife, SPC agent Susan James VA10C; and with added support from SPC agent Dixie Moore VA10B have been assigned an SPC mission by their commanding officer, Joshua Christan from the Secret Peace Corp Earth Base Station (SPCEBS). The mission is to seek out and locate the unknown terrorist groups or cells that are developing and using low-grade atomic bombs made with yellowcake uranium U-238 to destroy USA and other foreign targets. The mystery of how these yellowcake atomic bombs are developed, transported, and placed at selected targets will surely overwhelm your mind as the story unfolds.
Celebrating Planet Earth, a Pagan/Christian Conversation explores the similarities and differences between these two paths. It will appeal to Pagans and Christians and students interested in making connections and bridging the divide. Issues are discussed from an academic view point with practical emphasis on personal spirituality and ritual practice. Contributors include leading figures in British Paganism, in the Christian Forest Church movement and academics in the field of religious studies and earth-centered Christianity. These include Philip Carr-Gomm, Graham Harvey and Philip Shallcrass (Greywolf). This book integrates aspects of Pagan and Christian traditions.
Presents a series of lists on all things nuptial which feature such examples as ten famous proposals, twelve weird weddings laws, seventeen reasons why men get married, and six things the bridal industry doesn't want couples to know.
A Celebration of Flour, Sugar, Butter, Eggs, Vanilla, Baking Powder, and a Pinch of Salt
Author: Leslie F. Miller
Pubpsher: Simon and Schuster
Few creations are more associated with joy or more symbolic of the sweet life than cake. After all, it is so much more than dessert. As a book about cake would demand, this one is a multilayered, amply frosted, delicious concoction with a slice (or more) for everyone. Let Me Eat Cake is not a book about baking cake, but about eating it. Author Leslie F. Miller embarks on a journey (not a journey cake, although it's in there) into the moist white underbelly of the cake world. She visits factories and local bakeries and wedding cake boutiques. She interviews famous chefs like Duff Goldman of Food Network's Ace of Cakes and less famous ones like Roland Winbeckler, who sculpts life-size human figures out of hundreds of pounds of pound cake and buttercream frosting. She takes decorating classes, shares recipes, and samples the best cakes and the worst. The book is held together by the hero on a quest, one that traces cake history and tradition. If we were to bake a cake to celebrate the birth of cake (cake is an Old Norse word, first used around 1230), it is hard to say how many candles would go on top. Though the meaning of the word (originally "lump of something"), not to mention our expectations of its ingredients, has changed over time, we now celebrate cake as the coming together of flour, sugar, butter, eggs, vanilla, baking powder, and a pinch of salt. And what a celebration. Baking a cake is hard work, but tasting it is pure pleasure. So put on some elastic-waist pants and grab a fork.
Science fiction for blokes – that’s what you get. If you’re a bloke and you want action and adventure and the odd joke to liven things up this series is designed to keep you entertained as it follows a group of enhanced humans and aliens through various adventures; all entities are represented as normal people doing reasonably normal things at one moment and travelling through dimensions, Time and galaxies the next.