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#1 Posted : 07 January 2014 14:16:06

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A new collection for creating fabulous confectionery. On Sale at newsagents from the 8th January 2014.

SOMETHING SWEET is the latest high-profile partwork launch from DeAgostini, publishers of the hugely successful and popular CAKE DECORATING partwork series.

SOMETHING SWEET is a complete home confectionery making course with recipes, techniques and step-by-step guides to creating stunning, delicious sweets and chocolates with ideas for making handmade gifts and beautifully presented sweet treats for the whole family.

Every 24-page issue of SOMETHING SWEET will feature three inspiring and achievable projects, with step-by-step instructions and exclusive, high-quality confectionery making tools and equipment.

With recipes ranging from homely fudge and old-fashioned candies, to sophisticated filled chocolates and dainty petits fours for special occasions, SOMETHING SWEET will be full of inspirational and delicious makes to suit all tastes.

Building into a complete step-by-step course on making candies, chocolates, cookies and cakes, SOMETHING SWEET will help readers increase their skills and confidence as they master the art of confectionery making. Each weekly magazine features sections dedicated to sweets and treats for special occasions, traditional types of confectionery, fun and colourful treats for children as well as beautifully styled confectionery that make perfect handmade gifts for loved ones.

Along with these themed tutorials, every issue of SOMETHING SWEET will have a masterclass demonstrating expert techniques for some of the trickier aspects of confectionery, tips which readers can use again and again across many of the projects featured throughout the series.

SOMETHING SWEET also includes a visual guide to essential equipment, giving readers an in-depth look at the tools of the confectioner’s trade, including those that come with the collection:

• Issue 1 at the introductory price of 99p, will carry a silicone mould of 20 rounded hearts, a chocolate box and gold foil.

• Issue 2 on sale 22 January (at the regular price of £2.99), will have a blue plastic mice mould, six cotton mice tails and gold foil cake cases.

• Issue 3 on sale 29 January, will carry a hydrangea metal cutter, silicone embosser and a binder in which to store copies of the magazine.

Web page/subscription orders:

http://www.somethingsweetcollection.co.uk/

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#2 Posted : 07 January 2014 18:42:31

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Hmmmmm......wife saw this so I have now had to subscribe to it for herBored Angry ...gonna be hell trying to lose weightCrying ...a desire not only for my own health but to look in better shape for my eldest sons wedding in August....in my own defence...round is a shape!!LOL LOL
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