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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. This is an utterly amazing book. The reason I do not give it the full five stars is that at least two of the recipes in the book both for macarons au sucre cuit contain small errors. Both telling you to heat up the full amount of caster sugar, then telling you to "beat the reserved caster sugar into the egg whites" when there is no "reserved sugar".
However if you compare these two misprinted recipes which other "correct" versions in the same book, you can easily adjust for this omission.
It's just mistakes were not something I would have expected in a book of this cost or calibre. Although all the recipes do contain full instructions and guidance on how to assemble the various entremets, most of the time it takes two attempts at each item to get perfect results.
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About 25 pages of interesting "ice cream sandwiches" where he takes uses Macaroons as the 'bread'. One interesting one I'd like to try is a merengue outside with cream inside with compote layer and cake bottom. Macaroons - A great section.
Basically if you search Fanny's page for PH's macaroons and her pictures, these are the recipes for them. All of them are here - the Ispahan, the coffee one, the olive oil one, and more. The recipe is a little different from "Patisserie", PH uses the italian merengue recipe that Nicole shows in one of the egullet demo rather than the french merengue recipe in "Patisserie". Overall If you're a PH fan, and if you have his other books, then this is a must-have.
I would recommend "Patisserie of PH" over this since it is somewhat cheaper, in English and the actual number of flavor combinations is similar. Also, "Patisserie" is somewhat better at teaching, for example showing diagrams of the cake layers along with photographs.
And the pictures are just as beautiful and the recipes are just as imaginative. But, definitely worth it for a PH fan. Is it worth 7 regular pastry books? For me yes no question - 7 regular pastry books would not teach me as much about flavor combination and I am a big PH fan. That, and I already have the basic technique for mousses and creams more or less , so the fact that this book doesn't teach basic technique is OK.
So my recommendation can vary depending on your budget, skillset, and other books in your collection. Some more on the comparison: Then it has smaller sections petit fours, macaroons and 'vieniosserie" THe macaroons in "Patiserrie" are more basic than in ph10, more about the macaroon than the ganache.
That, and it's a 'french meringue' macaroon recipe instead of Italian meringue macaroon recipe. In "Patisserie" there are no sections on chocolate candies , plated desserts, or ice creams. I am glad I got "Patisserie" first because I think it is a slightly easier book - there are more not a ton, but more technique pictures, and it has English translation. I think you are more skilled than me, so maybe you wouldn't learn anything from the pictures of equipment and diagrams and things in "Patisserrie" so as always it depends on the reader.
You can get ice cream and sorbet stabilizer Cremoden brand probably from Pastry 1 Patisfrance and certainly L'epicerie , these folks are really swell.
I think also in PH10 you'll see the brand 'Severome' for pastes used, the rose essence in the Isaphan especially. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for an Anglais version to be published, perhaps coninciding with his French Pastry scool appearance later this year. Honestly, I think it'd be a very difficult undertaking. But possible, with diligence.
Probably it would get easier each time you do it, though. I thing ingredients wise it would be easy Ingredients would definitely be the easiest. I think that the text is fairly clear and well written, so you'd probably be able to translate that fairly well, too. Seems from other threads that you already have some good experience with French pastry e.
Do you have any French language cookbooks at your local library?
Might be a worthwhile exercise to grab a couple and see how you like doing the translating. Do you happen to make macarons as well? I'm having one heck of a time with them now Using the same recipe but they are flopping over and over again.
I have made them before but I'm not really a fan of macarons, though I do appreciate the art. John, sad to say but I detest making Opera. I can never get a clean cut no matter how hard I try Maybe I have a faulty knife: Ah, but I bet they still taste great!
Working through books with an online translator is not a fun job. I tried working with Los Postres de El Bulli on loan from a friend that way and I just don't have that kind of patience. I did have some patience though. I have all of the pages assembled into an ebook on my computer in case I ever decide to give it another go someday.
I don't use the instructions that much, mostly just the ingredients list. Every so often I do, but most of the 'starter' components are described in PH's other English books.
Thanks everyone. I received it yesterday. I do understand all the ingredients except for maybe 1 or 2, which I will check out on the internet.