You know you're on to something when the queue for a cafe stretches out to the pavement most weekends. So it is at Little and Friday's two Auckland locations. Those in the know flock to the Little and Friday stores in Takapuna and Newmarket for addictive cream-filled donuts, buttery brioche, melt-in-the-mouth sweet tarts, and moreish savoury pastries. In this delightful cookbook owner Kim Evans, a self-taught baker, shares the recipes for her most popular tarts, biscuits, savouries and cakes. Adapted for the home cook, Kim's approachable recipes and helpful hints allow even the novice baker to master the delights of her delicious cafe treats. Watch an author video of Kim Evans introducing Treats from Little and Friday.
Following the success of her first book Treats from Little and Friday, Kim Evans presents sweet and savoury recipes for a host of fun-filled occasions in her latest cookbook offering Little and Friday Celebrations. Mouth-watering miniature tarts and cakes, savoury galettes, breads, biscuits and decorative cakes cater for simple gatherings, such as a summer picnic, birthday lunch, Mother's Day get-together and outdoor movie night, through to a kids' party, Easter, Christmas, wedding, 21st and high tea. Capturing the delightful style that has made Kim's Little and Friday cafes so popular, the recipes in this book promise plenty of good times with friends and family - and make every day worthy of a celebration.
"The much-anticipated third cookbook from beloved Auckland cafU Little & Friday offering recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. From small beginnings, just a tiny bakery open one day a week, Little & Friday has grown to four cafUs offering breakfast and lunch dishes to complement a legendary array of savoury and sweet baked treats. In this much-anticipated follow-up to Treats from Little and Fridayand Little and Friday Celebrations, owner Kim Evans and chef Sophie Beck share the recipes that attract queues of diners to Little & Friday's Belmont, Ponsonby, Newmarket and central Auckland stores, as well as a selection of home-style dinners and irresistible desserts. With this cookbook you can now enjoy Little & Friday's most popular dishes at every meal."
Release on 2014 | by Alexa Johnston,Penguin Australia Group Staff,Allyson Gofton
Author: Alexa Johnston,Penguin Australia Group Staff,Allyson Gofton
Pubpsher: Penguin Books
In this exquisite treasury of sweet treats you'll find recipes from some of New Zealand's best-loved bakers, including Alexa Johnston, Allyson Gofton, Annabelle White, Dean Brettschneider and Kim Evans of Little and Friday. Alongside Kiwi classics are contemporary tea-time favourites - buttered treats, cakes, biscuits and slices - as well as decadent after-dinner indulgences. Make every day a little bit sweeter with this treasure trove of irresistible baking recipes, and take time to share a simple pleasure with someone special.
Vagas is a native of Pondera. She was born there and has spent her entire life in the little town. It is a sleepy gathering of several thousand people near the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in central California. The residents are very different than in most California towns. They rarely hurry anywhere. They seem to have all the time in the world. Most of the businesses depend on tourists and travelers passing through. There are always new faces, which will probably not be seen again in the stores and restaurants. Oddly dressed outsiders wander up and down the main street stretching their legs after driving all day. The two motels at the north and south ends of town always fill up as the sun begins to set each evening. Weekends and especially holidays are very busy times in Pondera. The Pondera town zoo has always been part of Vagas life too, at least as far back as she can remember. She and Midori have spent many wonderful days there watching the various animals. It isnt a big zoolike in a city. The entrance is on Kilda Street. There is a tall brown adobe type of wall across the front with evenly spaced windows on both sides of the opening where the ticket booth stands. Theres a sign on the front of the booth with the hours of operation and $2.00 general admission in big letters on it. Children under the age of twelve get in for $1.00. Kids under the age of six get in free. The ticket booth is one of those that has a thick pane of glass with a round hole in it to talk through and a square cut-out near the bottom for collecting payment and dispensing tickets. In that booth is usually an elderly lady named Mary who has worked there selling tickets for as long as Vagas can remember.
Release on 2016-12-07T00:00:00+01:00 | by Dominique Auzias,Jean-Paul Labourdette
Author: Dominique Auzias,Jean-Paul Labourdette
Pubpsher: Le Petit Futé
Made for English-speaking people looking for good tips and good addresses in Lyon, “Best of Lyon” by Petit Futé is an essential how-to guide to find an accommodation, a restaurant, to organize your visits and outings to be sure you will not get lost in this major city of France.
Insiders' Guide to Twin Cities is the essential source for in-depth travel and relocation information to Minneapolis and St. Paul. Written by a local (and true insider), this guide offers a personal and practical perspective of the cities and the surrounding environs.
It covers their years of fostering, all the ups and downs, and how fostering affected their daily lives and the amount of enjoyment and happy memories they have. It is also written to acknowledge the amount of support they received from their family, friends, and neighbours.
This enchanting book is a collection of recipes for the best of the worlds sweets, tiny cakes and patisserie, from delicately spiced Indian milk sweets to nutty Spanish marzipans; from tiny French sponge cakes to Scottish fudge. Crunchy brittles, tempting truffles, sticky toffees, caramels, nougat, honeycomb... there are treats to suit all tastes. Over 120 easy-to-follow recipes offer small delights from near and far ; ideal for all the family, for entertaining or for giving as gifts.