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Book Pastry by Carl Marletti

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With this brand new book"Patisserie" by Carl Marletti, famous pastry chef, you will be able to make the greatest classics of pastry such as the millefeuille, the strawberry and much more.

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Named best pastry chef of the year in 2009, Carl Marletti, famous pastry chef, brings the technique of the greatest French classics to the forefront and within everyone's reach in this new book.

Paris-brest, millefeuille, lemon pie, strawberry cake, éclair and much more will no longer hold any secrets for you.

You will also learn how to make recipes that are a little more contemporary and even recipes that are a little forgotten, such as polonaise or riz de l'impératrice: an iced dessert based on rice pudding and fruit left to us by the cuisine of the XIXᵉ century.

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