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Sweet Envy: 100 Recipes From the Grandest Little Bakehouse in Town

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Sweet Envy is an old-fashioned sweet parlour, cake shop and bakehouse rolled into one destination of zany deliciousness in North Hobart, Tasmania, and run by pastry chef Alistair Wise and his wife, Teena.

The recipes in this book are a slice in time of their expertly creative artisan produce: flaky pork and fennel sausage rolls, sticky pecan buns, the perfect croissant, or
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Hardcover, 249 pages
Published October 1st 2014 by Murdoch Books
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A surprisingly great collection of recipes, which aren't run of the mill in terms of baking books. All the recipes I've made from this book so far have turned out and there haven't been too many ingredients that are impossible to buy or too expensive to consider.
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