Treats From Little And Friday

Treats From Little And Friday

4.25 (31 ratings by Goodreads)
  • Hardback
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Description

Buttery brioche, addictive cream-filled donuts, dainty cakes, melt-in-your-mouth sweet tarts, and moreish savoury pastries from Auckland's best-kept secret- the kitchen of the Little and Friday cafes. 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 stores in Takapuna and Newmarket to get their fill. 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.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 176 pages
  • 200 x 256 x 26mm | 943g
  • Penguin Books (NZ)
  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • 0143567128
  • 9780143567127
  • 25,262

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About Kim Evans

Kim Evans is the creative genius behind the Little and Friday cafes and bakery in Auckland. A sculptor by training, she is a self-taught cook who opened her first cafe Ice It in Devonport some years ago. When that closed she started selling home-baked goodies at the Takapuna Market. The demand quickly grew to the point that she needed a commercial-sized kitchen which she sited in a disused shop in Belmont. She wasn't open to the public, but people would tap on the window at all hours wanting to buy her delicious cakes, loaves and pies. So she added a shop counter and opened first one, then two, then four days a week. Within a year it got so busy she took over the shop next door and became a fully-fledged six days a week cafe - albeit one with second-hand china and painted beer crates for pavement seating. Now she two cafes open seven days a week and a never-ending stream of adoring customers.
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31 ratings
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4 29% (9)
3 13% (4)
2 6% (2)
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