Irresistible classic baked goods with a unique twist Allyson Bobbitt and Sarah Bell have been sharing their delectable creations with adoring patrons since the first Bobbette & Belle pastry shop opened its doors in 2010. Visitors come from near and far to enjoy a wide selection of cakes, cupcakes, tarts and their beloved French macarons and decadent hot chocolate. Beautifully packaged caramel corn, homemade marshmallows in soft shades of pastel and cookies are among a few of the favourite take-home treats. In Bobbette & Belle, Allyson and Sarah share their most loved recipes that fill their French-inspired pastry shops, from Soft and Chewy Ginger Cookies and Dark Chocolate Brownie Fudge Cake to Caramelized Almond Torte and Mile-High Lemon Meringue Pie. Over 100 recipes and variations including classic cookies and bars; cupcakes and layer cakes; loaves, scones, bundts and tortes; crumbles, tarts and pies; French macarons; confections and more to create your own magical world of sweets at home. Stunningly designed with gorgeous photography, this book is just as enchanting as the Bobbette & Belle treats themselves. From the Hardcover edition.
Author : Nellie Mae Nelson Vogt
ISBN : WISC:89060434222
Genre : Louisiana
File Size : 74.27 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
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Thomas Duke immigrated to James County Virginia in 1651. He married Mary Barham, and their children included Henry Duke, who was involved in the formation of the University named William and Mary and served in the House of Burgesses. His descendant, Henry Andrew Duke married Margaret Carver in Alabama in 1842. After Henry's death, Margaret movied to Louisiana and married Richard Winn, the widower of Rebecca Walker. Elijah Clark, the son of Jonathan and Aletke was born in New York in 1784. He later settled in Louisiana and married Sophia Fleming. Their son Elijah married Eliza Jane Holt. Other localities include South Carolina and North Carolina. The family described in the majority of this book is the Clark family.
James (Timothy) McClintock of County Antrim, Ireland and his wife, Eleanor Hamilton, sailed from Larne, Ireland to the Colonies in 1772. They landed in the port at Charleston, South Carolina. They were a part of the group of Presbyterians who settled in the District of Chester on the banks of Rocky Creek, a branch of the Catawba River. They were the parents of five children. Their son, (Rev) Robert McClintock (b.ca1746) in County Antrim, Ireland, emigrated with his parents in 1772. He preached at Rocky Springs, in Laurens Co. and at Concord church in Fairfield Co. He married at the age of 50, Martha (1765-1836) the daughter of John McClintock in 1796. Her mother was Margaret Simpson of Ireland and South Carolina. Includes ten generations of descendants.