A La Mode

Author: Mark Scarbrough
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN: 9781250085535
Size: 11.80 MB
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Are you ready to take your baking over the top? Here are sixty decadent and delightful ice creams and the sixty desserts that are their vehicles. A la Mode offers not just solid dessert recipes, from raspberry oat bars to bear claws, from chocolate pecan pie to a white chocolate pavlova, but also gives you the unforgettable pairings that make these desserts smash hits: apple cranberry pie with Camembert ice cream, chocolate sheet cake with salt caramel frozen custard, and espresso cream jelly roll with mascarpone ice cream. Let's face it: vanilla can sometimes be so... vanilla. A great a-la-mode pairing should be as decadent as finding the perfect wine to go with your cheese plate. With A la Mode, IACP winners and cookbook dynamos Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough show you how to create innovative delights such as creamy hazelnut gelato atop coffee-poached pears, or maple frozen custard with a mouthwatering cinnamon roll cake, alongside simpler classics like confetti ice cream with layered vanilla birthday cake. You haven't lived until you've had peanut brittle pie with popcorn ice cream, a Cracker Jack fantasy! Because what's a warm pie without ice cream? With A la Mode, you'll have to answer that question!

Vegan La Mode

Author: Hannah Kaminsky
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Company Incorporated
ISBN: 163220679X
Size: 19.90 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Ice cream, ice cream, everywhere, and not a drop of dairy to be found! Who knew that making frozen treats would be so easy, fun, and even healthy? With Vegan à la Mode, you will learn to substitute dairy with various nondairy products such as coconut-, soy-, and almond-based milks and margarines. Recreate irresistible flavors, from classic ice cream parlor treats to innovative combinations such as peanut butter bombshell, birthday cake, Turkish coffee, pistachio praline, blueberry-balsamic, rose petal, chocolate-cabernet, and mango colada. And don't forget the toppings! In addition to the standard hot fudge and caramel sauce, Kaminsky demonstrates how to make whipped topping, gingersnap cigars, even rainbow sprinkles from scratch. With stunning color photos taken by the author, this collection is sure to entice all ice cream lovers, vegan or not. Even those accustomed to frozen desserts made with eggs and cream will be impressed by how rich and delicious vegan variations can be. Beat the heat this summer with these easy, delectable recipes, and learn that making and eating ice cream can be deliciously guilt-free!

Marriage A La Mode

Author: Robert L. S. Cowley
Publisher: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 0719008840
Size: 11.98 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Studie over het werk van de Engelse schilder William Hogarth (1697-1764).

Dulcimer A La Mode

Author: LORINDA JONES
Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
ISBN: 9781610651219
Size: 20.32 MB
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Dulcimer a La Mode takes the mystery of out modal tuning and playing for the mountain dulcimer player by presenting four common tunings (DAA, DAG, DAD, and DAC) with instructions for tuning, finding the scales and chords, and learning traditional tunes in each of the four modes. This book will encourage players to retune their instrument and learn more of its versatility. Each tune is presented as a melody with a drone in the mode indicated with strumming and rhythm guides. for most tunes, an optional arrangement or accompaniment is also provided using more complex chords and reflecting more traditional Western harmony. As a further learning tool, the accompanying CD allows the listener to play along with the song as presented in the book.

Market La Mode

Author: Erin Mackie
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 0801872537
Size: 13.85 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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In Market à la Mode, Erin Mackie examines the role that The Tatler and The Spectator, two eighteenth-century British lifestyle magazines, played in the growth of fashion and how they influenced their readers. She traces the commercial context in which they operated, focusing on the processes of commodification, fetishization, and revisions of gender identity. Mackie's study makes clear that fashion publications, far from being commentaries on passing trends, assumed a leading role in defining women's legitimate sphere of activities as well as in the development of commerce as recreation.