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Book Title: Baking Made Easy|
The author of the book: Lorraine Pascale
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Date of issue: June 28th 2012
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A tv tie-in with Lorraine Pascale, the model baker.
Supermodel turned patisserie chef Lorraine Pascale is the BBC's new home baking heroine. In this gorgeous new cookbook to accompany the series, Lorraine shares her expertise, passion and her all time favourite sweet and savoury recipes.
Baking is back and as a qualified baker with years of experience in some of the country's hottest restaurants, Lorraine knows just how to create modern, delicious and inspiring recipes. Here you'll find 100 mouth watering recipes for every kind of baked goody – including breads, cakes, tarts, pies and much much more.
Lorraine draws on her training to reveal all her top baking shortcuts, cheats, confessions and tips on how to create wonderful tasting food that will inspire both seasoned cooks and novices.
Whether for time crunch suppers, dinner parties for your closest friends, laid back tea parties or lazy breakfasts for your loved one, there are recipes for every occasion. You'll find new twists on old favourites – like Lorraine 's Incredibly Naughty Mini Toad-in-the-Hole or her Baked Alaska with Champagne Strawberries, along with modern classics like Parmesan Lollipops and Pumpkin and Chestnut Empanadas.
So, whether you're a kitchen adventurer or cautious cook, get the oven on, it's time to discover the modern delights of baking.
Urban, sexy, independent and effortlessly stylish Lorraine will be a breath of fresh air to the world of cookery.
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Read information about the authorMother to 15 year old Ella, Lorraine grew up in Oxfordshire with her adoptive mother and aged 11 she achieved a 100 per cent scholarship to go to a boarding school in Devon. Aged 16, she was spotted by a model scout while shopping in Covent Garden. She was whisked off to New York and held her own amongst the biggest names of the day for some of the world’s most successful designers including Chanel, Lagerfeld, John Galliano, Versace, Benetton and Donna Karan. She was also the first British black model on the cover of American Elle.
Although Lorraine had a fabulous time modelling, she gave it up as she wanted to find something she was really passionate about and something that would take her through her 30s and beyond. So in between modelling jobs, she enrolled on loads of courses to find out what would really make her tick including hypnotherapy and interior design. It was not until she enrolled on a year-long cookery course at Leith’s that Lorraine finally knew what she wanted to do.
On completing the Leith’s Diploma of Food and Wine, Lorraine did a two year foundation degree in International Culinary Arts in Pastry and then worked in some of the most renowned kitchens of the world, including Petrus, The Mandarin Oriental, Gilgamesh and The Wolseley. But working 18-hour days for someone else wasn’t easy for Lorraine which led her to start her own business creating celebration cakes.
Today, Lorraine’s cookery career is going from strength to strength. A long held dream was realised with her first television cookery series ‘Baking Made Easy’ being launched as a prime time TV show on BBC Two.
Viewers were able to watch Lorrraine discuss her love of good food, while she expertly prepared a wide selection of recipes (baking isn’t just about cakes, there are lots of savoury dishes as well!) and talks about her love of baking. The book launched alongside the show and shot straight to the top of Amazon’s Food & Drink bestsellers list. Lorraine’s second series, Home Cooking Made Easy, embodied everything that she’s about – elegant, stress-free cooking that delivers exceptional results. The series was a huge hit for BBC 2 and like its predecessor, Baking Made Easy, has been sold internationally to territories as far as Australia and South Africa. The tie-in book, Home Cooking Made Easy, was another smash hit topping the charts yet again and gaining universal praise from publications as far reaching as The Sunday Times to Grazia.
Due to her interesting start in life, Lorraine is very supportive of the charities Barnardos and Tact, both of which deal with fostered and adopted children. Barnardos is also concerned with young people struggling with adversity.
And as if all of this wasn’t enough, she has just completed a degree in culinary Arts Management encompassing international gastronomy, food policy and micro-biology, along with all aspects of food, passed with First Class Honours.
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