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Description - Turkish Bakery Delight by Deniz Akcakanat

Turkish Bakery Delight unveils the art of Turkish baking, desserts and sweet making. Feast on a range of delightful Turkish goodies including breads, cookies and pastries, desserts, sweets and drinks, with notes explaining how to serve each delightful dish. Traditional recipes such as muhallebi, kadayif, halva and Turkish macaroons sit alongside confections developed by the author herself, with a contemporary European touch such as pistachio cookies and almond peach tart.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781741109252
ISBN-10: 1741109256
Format: Hardback
(265mm x 222mm x mm)
Pages: 144
Imprint: New Holland Publishers
Publisher: New Holland Publishers
Publish Date: 1-Apr-2010
Country of Publication: Australia

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Author Biography - Deniz Akcakanat

Deniz Azkabat was born and grew up in Istanbul, Turkey. As well as learning the traditional methods of baking from her mother, she learnt the importance of Turkish hospitality traditions. After a stint in the corporate world, she left to pursue her passion: making cakes. She taught herself pastry-making and baking, all while adapting them to traditional Turkish recipes and tastes. After training at the Ciragan Palace Kempinski hotel in Istanbul, she opened her first shop which garnered wide attention across Istanbul. In 2008 Deniz moved to Australia and has opened her own boutique chocolate shop, Carre Noir, in Sydney's Mosman.