Co-host of top-rating Nine Network's Family Food Fight Anna Polyviou shares her dazzling recipes
Afternoon tea just got a makeover.
With her signature mohawk and rockstar personality, Anna Polyviou (aka the Punk Princess of Pastry) is all about breaking the rules, turning the world of high-end patisserie into a high-energy, interactive party experience.
In Sweet Street, Anna brings her world-class training, techniques and flavours into your kitchen. Her recipes will tempt you to grab a bowl and spoon, gather some delicious ingredients and whip up a sweet treat, whether it's a classic with a modern twist, a new take on afternoon tea or a knockout dessert to wow your guests. Home cooks of all levels will find expert tips, encouragement and bucket loads of ideas, from quick and easy treats like Cheat's Trifle and Cherry on Top to challenging show stoppers such as Anna's Mess, Carrot Cake and Anna's Tower of Terror.
Packed with inspiration, Sweet Street will show you just how easy spectacular cooking can be.
Anna Polyviou is a pastry chef with an edge. Awarded 2017 Chef of the Year by Tourism Accommodation Australia (TAA), 2016 Pastry Chef of the Year by Gault&Millau and 2016 Hotel Chef of the Year by Hotel Management magazine, Anna is a familiar face on the culinary scene. She has worked alongside many renowned pastry chefs, including Pierre Herme of Pierre Herme Paris patisseries. Her career has taken her to London, Paris and Chicago and onto our screens with MasterChef Australia and Family Food Fight. Anna lives in Sydney, Australia.
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