Author(s): Sarah Moore and Harriet Hastings
This is a stylish collection of easy to make, utterly delicious treats that taste as fabulous as they look. Acclaimed iced biscuit creator Harriet Hastings offers decorating ideas for every occasion from birthdays and weddings to children's parties and festive celebrations, as well as oodles of poodles for dog lovers, bootylicious shoes for fashionistas, cars for the man in your life and watering cans for those with green fingers. With recipes for basic biscuit doughs such as vanilla, lemon, chocolate, ginger, almond and spice, plus different types of icing and colouring, piping instructions and templates, "The Biscuiteers Book of Iced Biscuits" contains everything you need to wow your friends and delight your kids.
2010. First edition. A near fine copy only marked by light rubbing to the spine ends.
Nigella Lawson, NIGELLA LOVES: 'I have bought each of my children one of these I LOVE YOU inscribed cookies... they are just too darling.' Tom Parker Bowles, Mail on Sunday: 'the perfect gift' Sophie Conran, Junior (Feb 2010): 'nine divine Biscuiteers biscuits perfect for Valentines day' Evening Standard: 'Biscuits are back. Next time you are having a coffee break, only a stiletto biscuit will do.' LondonLite: 'We can't think of a better way of marking any special occasion - ' Sunday Express: 'Crumbs! Now that Biscuiteers are here, you never need send a bottle of wine or a bunch of flowers as a thank you again. Soon we"ll all be saying it with icing.' Lydia Slater, Sunday Times: 'Far too pretty for dunking, these glamorous hand-iced biscuits come in every imaginable design ...gorgeously packaged too.' Daily Telegraph: 'Their designer looks give them a life beyond their contents and the whole package makes a stylish alternative to the routine bunches of flowers and boxes of chocolates.'
Harriet Hastings co-founded Biscuiteers with Stevie Congdon, and is also a co-director of leading London catering company Lettice.