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The New Way to Cake : Simple Recipes with Exceptional Flavor

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Put Flavor First with 60 Easy, Stylish Cakes

Unlock a whole new world of flavor with Benjamina Ebuehi's signature cakes. Inspired by her journey to The Great British Bake Off and beyond, Benjamina's groundbreaking recipes put flavor at the forefront by letting the star ingredients--toasted nuts, fragrant spices, bold herbs and ripe fruit--do all the work. Creations like Plum & Black Pepper Cake, Masala-Chai Carrot Cake and Caramelized Plantain Upside-Down Cake are as impressive as they are simple. Beautiful, minimal finishing touches make a big impact, highlighting the exciting ingredients within.

These irresistible treats will amaze your friends and family as easily as they will spice up your week. Full of beautiful, of-the-moment cakes with unforgettable flavors, The New Way to Cake brings out the best baker in everyone.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 203 x 229mm | 300g
  • Essex, United States
  • English
  • 60 photos
  • 1624148670
  • 9781624148675
  • 1,221,770

Review quote

"Benjamina's approach to cake is fresh and wildly exciting, yet so approachable that you'll feel as if you've known these cakes forever."
-- Molly Yeh, blogger, author of Molly on the Range and host of Food Network's Girl Meets Farm

"Reading the recipes for all these delicious cakes and sweet treats has my mouth watering. The difficult decision will be deciding what to bake first."
-- Rachel Khoo, food writer, TV host and author of The Little Paris Kitchen
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About Benjamina Ebuehi

Benjamina Ebuehi appeared on The Great British Bake Off where she impressed judges with her impeccable techniques and creative flavor combinations. Now she works with the award-winning social enterprise Luminary Bakery, teaches baking workshops, provides food styling and content development services and shares recipes on her blog Carrot & Crumb. She lives in London, England.
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