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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 288 Seiten
  • Verlag: Stewart, Tabori & Chang Inc; Auflage: Rev ed. (Oktober 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1617690279
  • ISBN-13: 978-1617690273
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 30,2 x 3,2 x 26 cm
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Pierre Hermit began his career at the age of 14 as an apprentice to Gaston Lenotre and quickly became Fauchon's master pastry chef. After taking his skill to Laduree he opened his own line of pastry shops in Tokyo and Paris. He has published numerous books. Laurent Fau has worked as an independent photographer for the past 25 years, specialising in beauty and food. He photographs for famous international brands, including Hermes and the Hotel de Crillon. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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0 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Katharina am 27. Dezember 2013
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Es ist ein Bildband über Kuchen, bei dem einem zwar das Wasser im Munde zusammenläuft, aber man auch sofort weiß, so etwas in der heimischen Küche zu backen, ist nahezu unmöglich. Rezepte sind natürlich dabei, aber alleine schon die Zutatenlisten sind nicht zu bewerkstelligen. Natürlich kann man dann auf einfachere Produkte zurückgreifen, aber irgendwie ist das ja nicht mehr das selbe.
Nun, wir sind eben nicht Pierre Hermé und irgendwie ist das ja auch gut so, sonst geht der Zauber des Buches verloren.
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92 von 96 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
mistakes that make you wonder? 18. Februar 2012
Von T. Brown - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
This is a beautiful book and I also have a number of other Pierre Herme books. However, like the first reviewer, within a few minutes of looking through the book I discovered a mistake in a recipe. The mistake is small and not like the one mentioned in the other review (chocolate cake recipe where the measured amount of sugar is 2+ cups and the weight given is half that amount at 220 g). So which is it 220 g of sugar or twice that amount.

The mistake I found was for the Infinitely Lemon Choux. There is a sweet tart dough listed as the first preparation for the recipe and instructions to put it in the freezer and then 20 minutes later take it out of the freezer and cut into 2.5 inch rounds and then........ nothing. That is the last mention of the dough. It doesnt seem to go with the dessert, it doesnt show up in the photo and there are no instructions at all, following the cut it into rounds, indicating what is to be done with this ingredient.

The sugar for the chocolate cake is a big mistake. The sweet tart dough a small mistake and maybe intended to be a variation on the theme. However, for us to now assume that other than those two items there are no other recipes with editing or recipe testing or proof reading mistakes for what turn out to be expensive and time consuming creations would not seem to be a prudent approach for the "precise" art of pastry nor an appropriate representation for Pierre Herme who is considered by many people to be one of the best pastry chefs in the world.
31 von 32 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Return your copy to Amazon and await the reprint! 27. September 2012
Von BakingFan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
The book is out of stock for a reason. Abrams, the publisher is reprinting it with the corrections.

I contacted them last April requesting an errata sheet. They first had the nerve to tell me to send them errors as I came across them. I indicated that I did not spend over $30 on a cookbook to test out recipes and be their unpaid editor. They indicated they would be issuing an errata sheet in a few months. No errata sheet ever surfaced.

I contacted Abrams again on Sept 25 and they indicated that they are not issuing an errata sheet for the first edition. Rather, they are reprinting the book (due out in November 2012) with all the corrections. I called Amazon and they indicated that I could send the book back to them (they graciously provided the prepaid label) and then reorder the book when it's been reprinted and is back in stock.

Shoddy way to handle the problem on the part of the publisher, but kudos to Amazon for issuing a refund. If you're in the same boat, stuck with the first edition that is unusable as is, contact Amazon or your bookseller and request a refund or a trade in.
38 von 41 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Sloppy editing and a healthy challenge for the experienced home baker 10. März 2012
Von f bos - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A truly beautiful if not a little unhandy book to handle in the kitchen. And that is maybe the core of what is good AND bad about this book. It looks great on the coffee table, with great photography, and insightful back ground info on the recipes, but it disappoints when one is actually trying to bake out of it.

Trying to tackle the Dalloyau's Opéra multi layer cake I ran into sloppy editing in the ingredients. For instance: according to the list you end up using 20 grams of coffee powder, whereas it is in fact 10 grams of which you hold back 10 grams after DILUTING it into water to process later. Sloppy indeed, and double the coffee taste.

In the very first paragraph, Hermé stresses to use a fat free and clean bowl and whisk to proceed with "add melted butter to the bowl" The two separate bowls of batter never come together in the description.

The amount of discrepancies in the conversions is mind boggling. I found 9 conversions to be incorrect in the ingredient list for the Opéra. Some of them were off by a considerable percentage.

It might very well be the case that a lot if not all of the recipes will work after re-adjusting and tweaking. Not being able to trust the basics will make it a less enjoyable experience though, and a bit more of a challenge.

Having said that: Even for leafing through it, reading the back stories or lusting on the pictures, this book is worth purchasing.

Conclusion: Sloppy converting set aside, this is a great book. It's a great looker on the coffee table, and baking out of it is a healthy challenge for the experienced home baker but better left for later if you're a novice.
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Still going through it, but noticed a mistake already. 18. Februar 2012
Von Mitchell Pollock - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have many books by Pierre Herme, in French and English, plus one in Spanish. He is my mentor from afar, as a pastry chef. I have been reading through the recipes, seeing what is there I don't have already (not much, as it has mostly been published before). I didn't get it for new recipes though. I am always looking to glean that little something to make me better. FWIW, the editors have missed a measurement in the Chocolate Cake. They list the sugar as 2 cups plus 2 Tbsp., but state that this is 220g. It actually double that gram weight. 2 cups plus 2 Tbsp. is roughly 450-460 grams (depending on the grind of your sugar), which is roughly a pound. This was the first recipe I looked at to see what version of Chocolate Cake this might be. It is similar to all of the molten chocolate cake recipes out there, but fully baked through.

Here's to hoping there aren't many other mistakes. This one I could do without, being that I have many other books by Herme.
12 von 13 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
beautiful but frustratingly innacurate. 15. Juli 2012
Von antoro - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
If you spend good money on a book like this with beautiful pictures, great background info ...you expect the recipes to be correct.
The very first cake I made was the opera slice.
The mistakes in the recipe and instructions are just incredible.
Amounts incorrect. Processes incorrect. By the time I'd realised while blindly following the recipe, (silly me) Id wasted god knows how many eggs.
I found the correct quantities and instructions by then googling the opera cake and making a comparison.
Now Im unsure whether to follow any of the recipes or research them elsewhere before attempting it.
Whats the point of the cookbook if you cant trust the recipes.
Disappointing.
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