60 Ways to Butter Your Bread and Then Some
Paperback ISBN: 0811835553
An entertaining cookbook presents a tempting array of more than sixty delicious and unusual recipes for toasted bread, explaining how to use toast as a base for a number of tasty appetizers, snacks, sandwiches, main courses, and desserts for any time of the day. Original.
Baking With the St. Paul Bread Club
Recipes, Tips And Stories
1st Edition Hardcover ISBN: 0873515676
Bored with book group? Join the St. Paul Bread Club as they fashion their favorite recipes, share tips and secrets that have long been kept, and build a rich community dedicated to the art of the perfect loaf.
The Buttercup Bake Shop Cookbook
More Than 80 Recipes for Irresistible, Old-Fashioned Treats
Hardcover ISBN: 0743205790
The owner of the Buttercup Bake Shop follows up The Magnolia Bakery Cookbook with this collection of more than eighty lip-smacking old-fashioned desserts, including Oatmeal Butterscotch Cookies, Oreo Brownies, Cherry Pudding, German Chocolate Pie, and Apple Butter Apple Pie.
The Baking Answer Book
Solutions to Every Problem You'll Ever Face; Answers to Every Question You'll Ever Ask
Paperback ISBN: 1603424393
Every baker has pondered the wisdom of substituting one ingredient for another ("I don't have any cake flour. Can I use all-purpose flour?"), using a square baking dish instead of the rectangular pan the recipe requires, or constructing a fancy dessert with frozen puff pastry rather than homemade. Baking recipes require precision and attention — exact measurements, correct ingredients, and a confident hand — to mix, cream, froth, and whip. But surely there is some leeway? And if there really is no room for error or substitution, then the curious baker wants to know why. Answering every question about common and specialty ingredients, finicky ovens, the best equipment for every recipe, the science behind the magic of baking, and the unique properties, quirks, and flavors of every kind of baked good, author Lauren Chattman reassures readers with commonsense solutions, foolproof, substitutions, and fun-to-know facts about the history and evolution of favorite baked goods. She even includes recipes that allow readers to practice new techniques and experiment with unfamiliar ingredients. Spelt Brownies, anyone? Portable, browseable, and easy to use, The Baking Answer Book earns a place beside the recipe collections in bakers' libraries, explaining the techniques that don't make sense and solving the mysteries of soggy zucchini bread and cracked cheesecakes.
The Fearless Baker
Scrumptious Cakes, Pies, Cobblers, Cookies, and Quick Breads That You Can Make to Impress Your Friends and Yourself
1st Edition Hardcover ISBN: 0316074284
A James Beard Award-winning pastry chef aims to make baking less intimidating with a collection of 175 recipes accompanied by drawings and photos.
Artisan Pizza and Flatbread in Five Minutes a Day
Hardcover ISBN: 0312649940
The best-selling authors of Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day share their quick pizza and flatbread cooking techniques while providing more than 100 recipes for such options as classic Pizza Margherita, Sicilian thick-crust and pocket pizzas, in a volume that also offers an assortment of complementary sides.
Every Recipe Has a Story
Hardcover ISBN: 1449403581
Sugar, Sugar offers 100 of the best cake, pie, cookie, bar, and candy recipes from two sassy Sugar Mommas, Kimberly Reiner and Jenna Sanz-Agero, who are on a mission to preserve America's best sweet treat recipes and the even sweeter stories behind them. As the Sugar Mommas explain, "We drove down memory lane to discover our sugar inheritance, and then dug into everyone else's past to find their dusty, torn, and butter-crusted index cards." What the Sugar Mommas found was that every recipe has a story. From desserts that accompanied families through good and bad times, to treats perfected by domestic help, to never-before-transcribed sugar concoctions developed from wild imaginations, each recipe conveys the unique personality of the friend or family member who created it. With plenty of pies worth the lie, cakes to diet for, and better-than-nooky cookies, as well as an assortment of cobblers, crisps, bars, and other decadent confections, Sugar, Sugar is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.
Hardcover ISBN: 0517224909
The compelling aroma of fresh, buttery croissants, the delicacy of Savarin au Chantilly, the bliss of the chocolate-mousse Le Pleyel, these are just a few of the specialties that make Parisian boulangeries and pisseries the best in the world. Now, in the sequel to her acclaimed Paris Bistro Cooking, Linda Dannenberg presents the gourmet breads and pastries from thirteen of Paris's unsurpassed bakeries and pastry shops. PARIS BOULANGERIE-PÂTISSERIE offers more than 70 tempting recipes, including Bombes Amandés (Lemon-Almond Cakes) and Mousse au Caramel et aux Poires (Caramel-Pear Mousse Cake) from Paris's oldest pâtisserie, Stohrer; the signature Délice cake (Chodolate-Cream-and-Chocolate-Macaroon Cake) and lace Florentins from the world-renowned chocolatier Maison du Chocolat; and Pain de Campagne (Hearty Country Loaf) and the classic Gougerés (Giant Gruyére Cheese Puffs) from the archetypal neighborhood bakery Haupois. Linda Dannenberg gathered these one-of-a-kind recipes from the great bakers themselves, and presents them in clear, easy-to-understand recipes specially designed for the American home kitchen. More than 150 spectacular photographs and evocative descriptions of the bakeries and the people behind them bring the essence of Paris to your kitchen. PARIS BOULANGERIE-PÂTISSERIE is rounded out with a comprehensive guide to authentic French utensils (although most recipes can be prepared using equipment found in ordinary kitchens), and a directory that includes sources for everything from crystallized violets to baking stones. PARIS BOULANGERIE-PÂTISSERIE is the quintessential cookbook featuring the peerless baked goods from the most romantic city in the world.