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Grace's Sweet Life: Homemade Italian Desserts from Cannoli, Tiramisu, and Panna Cotta to Torte, Pizzelle, and Struffoli

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No true Italian meal is complete without a perfectly crafted dessert. From traditional favorites to little-known delights, this book shows how to make eye-popping, mouth-watering, authentic Italian sweets, including:

Amaretti Morbidi
Soft Amaretti Cookies
Italian Waffle Cookies
Bomboloni alla Crema
Paperback, 200 pages
Published June 12th 2012 by Ulysses Press (first published December 13th 2011)
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More visual pornography for food lovers? Great homemade Italian dessert recipes in a richly-photographed cook book. They are one and the same aren't they?

Here in this quite slim book, the author manages to cram in many classic, great-looking Italian dessert recipes that you can make at home for those special occasions. Of course, you can always have them daily, but then you might be searching for a diet book or two shortly afterwards!

Split into several chapters - basics; cakes & cheesecakes;
yummy! Yummy! probably not smart enough to make any of it.
Doreen Pendgracs
This is an absolutely lovely cookbook featuring sweet treats in the Italian tradition.

I really like the way the Italian name is given at the top, followed by the English name underneath.

The photography is stunning and the book contains lots of chocolate recipes to satisfy my lust for all-things chocolate.

My only complaint is that there are no recipes featuring mascarpone! I have some in my fridge right now and was dying to try something new and exciting with it.
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Grace Massa Langlois was born in Maasmechelen, Belgium to Italian parents and grew up in London, Canada. Grace lives with her two children, Liana and Matthew.

With an education in Business, Grace began a career in Finance at one of the largest banks in Canada. Grace took her experience and moved to the Automotive Industry where she spent many years as a Financial Services Manager. Much to her disma
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