Choccywoccydoodah: Chocolate, Cake and Curses (Hardback)
  • Choccywoccydoodah: Chocolate, Cake and Curses (Hardback)

Choccywoccydoodah: Chocolate, Cake and Curses (Hardback)

Hardback 288 Pages / Published: 26/03/2015
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Choccywoccydoodah's chocolate geniuses are found in their Brighton based Mothership, where artists, designers and sculptors create extraordinary confections to commission. The Mothership is home to a shop, cafe, secret party room and the first Witches Kitchen. The Flagship is a magnificent former tobacco factory, just off Carnaby Street, in London. Tourists, fans, chocolate lovers and aspiring Doodahs from all over the world pilgrimage to both the Mothership and Flagship to satiate their appetite for cake, chocolate and Choccywoccydoodah.

Choccywoccydoodah: Chocolate, Cake and Curses is a book to celebrate all things chocolate and cake from a team that have dedicated their lives to being joy-makers and cake-bakers. It is a story book of recipes where Christine and her Doodahs share their own personal chocolate and cake favourites in addition to stories behind the world famous Rocky Road recipe, the Nuns Naughty Secrets, and the reason Brighton (chocolate) rocks.

Choccywoccydoodah Chocolate, Cake and Curses has been written to put a spell on all chocolate lovers, everywhere. After all, everyone deserves a little magic.

Publisher: Cornerstone
ISBN: 9781848094512
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 1313 g
Dimensions: 269 x 219 x 30 mm

Who better to turn to for all things chocolate than the ladies behind Choccywoccydoodah? * The Metro *
Chocoholics everywhere will delight in this book...It's a delicious mix of recipes and the stories behind some of their famous creations. * The Brighton Food Society *
The ultimate chocolate cookbook * Grazia *
Scrumptious-sounding * Sun on Sunday, Fabulous Magazine *
Opening this book was something of a new experience for me. I've read plenty of food memoirs that include recipes but never anything quite like this. Imagine reading Grimm's tale of Hansel and Grettel with a recipe for the gingerbread house at the end. It's loud, proud and outlandishly colourful, just like their famous creations. * Comfortably Hungry *

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