We all have our weaknesses. For some it may be the delectable custard and crunchy burnt sugar of crEme brulee. For others it may be a delicious slice of creamy blueberry cheesecake. And for many, it's simply chocolate, chocolate, chocolate-whether in cakes, cookies, puddings, or eclairs. Whatever your favourite dessert, chances are you'd say no life would be complete without a taste of it-just like the dishes featured in 101 Desserts to Eat Before You Die(t). This lusciously photographed book features 101 recipes for the best desserts in the world. In the mood for a sweet and sticky delight? Try the banana fritters with butterscotch sauce or the toffee pudding. Looking for the perfect pie? Try the recipes for apple, lemon meringue, pumpkin, or pecan. From classics such as chocolate chip cookies and doughnuts to more unconventional fare like golden syrup dumplings and white chocolate fondue, the delights featured in this book will leave you ready to indulge. With 101 Desserts to Eat Before You Die(t), you'll want every meal to start with dessert!
Anneka Manning: Anneka Manning has spent more than nineteen years in food print media, gaining and developing a range of different food styles. She has contributed to a number of publications, including The Australian Women’s Weekly, Good Living (Sydney Morning Herald), australian good taste, Super Food Ideas, VOGUE Entertaining + Travel, Diabetic Living, Heart Healthy Living, Weight Watchers Australia, Sunday Life (Sun Herald), and Family Circle magazine. Anneka co-wrote The Low GI Family Cookbook (Hachette Australia) which was released in February 2008 and has written books for ACP Books and Murdoch Books. She is currently the Senior Food Editor for Murdoch Books and lives in Sydney.