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  • ISBN: 0760715998
  • ISBN13: 978-0760715994
  • ePub: 1452 kb | FB2: 1925 kb
  • Category: Baking
  • Publisher: Barnes & Noble Books
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 372
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The Bread Machine Baker ePub download

In The Rye Baker, Stanley Ginsberg has given us everything we need to know about this most misunderstood and fascinating grain, along with a complete collection of superb formulas for every variation of rye bread imaginable. This book is a must-have for all serious bread bakers; an instant classic. Peter Reinhart, author of Bread Revolution.

Since it first appeared in 2004, Jeffrey Hamelman’s Bread has been hailed as a revelation and a masterpiece of bread baking literature.

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Beth’s Basic Bread Book. Breads of the Southwest. AMERICA’S NEW BREAD BOX The bread machine. Words that strike terror into the hearts of artisan bakers and advocates of hands-on home baking, while conjuring up visions of delight to the ever-growing hordes of baking enthusiasts who claim they would never bake bread without a machine. An all-in-one appliance that is certainly an innovation in a time-honored craft, a bread machine creates fresh, satisfying, full-flavored yeast breads with no compromise of standards.

A bread making machine or bread maker is a home appliance for turning raw ingredients into baked bread. It consists of a bread pan (or "tin"), at the bottom of which are one or more built-in paddles, mounted in the center of a small special-purpose oven. This small oven is usually controlled by a simple built-in computer using settings input via a control panel.

Her other books include highly-acclaimed titles such as The Bread Lover's Bread Machine Cookbook, The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook, NYM Microwave Cookbook, and NYM Weeknight Cooking. She is also the author of The Bread Bible (Chronicle Books), winner of a James Beard Award in 2000. She has twice been nominated for the Julia Child/IACP Cookbook Award. Hensperger wrote a San Jose Mercury News food column for twelve years, Baking with the Seasons.

Many home cooks find bread baking rewarding but intimidating. In Bread Illustrated, America's Test Kitchen shows bakers of all levels how to make foolproof breads, rolls, flatbreads, and more at home. Each of the 100 master recipes is presented as a hands-on and reassuring tutorial illustrated with six to 24 full-color step-by-step photos. Organized by level of difficulty to make bread baking less daunting, the book progresses from the simplest recipes for the novice baker to bakery-style artisan loaves, breads that use starters, and more complex project recipes.

This classic guide to artisanal bread is back with a fresh new look, just in time to take advantage of the recent surge in popularity of at-home baking.

The Bread Baker's Apprentice: Mastering the Art of Extraordinary Bread. We know whole grain breads are better for us, but will we actually eat them, much less take time to bake them?Yes, says beloved baking instructor Peter Reinhart, but only if they are very, very good. This classic guide to artisanal bread is back with a fresh new look, just in time to take advantage of the recent surge in popularity of at-home baking. As an award-winning baker and member of a religious brotherhood, Peter Reinhart skillfully blends the.

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The few recipes I have tried explode in my bread maker. Some tweaking is absolutely necessary.
This book has lots of rapid-bake recipes that work beautifully. I don't remember ever having a failure in one of the recipes that wasn't my fault. Several have worked well even when I had to substitute for ingredients. The recipes all make 1 lb. loaves, but as there are only two of us, this is fine for me. I have sent it to everybody I know with a bread machine. I rarely use any of the other b.m. cookbooks since I got this.
I have to say that I was horribly disappointed with this book. Not a single recipe (out of the 8 I have tried) has turned out correctly. Every recipe requires more flour than listed (up to 1/2 a cup in some cases). The book also contains some questionable advice about which recipes can be used on the timer (advice contrary to my bread machine manufacturer and common sense). I could not in good conscience recommend this book to anyone.
I bought this book after seeing the author signing and demonstrating in a local bookstore. The recipes are excellent. I particularly recommend the Sour Cream Bread (she said it can be done with light and low-fat sour cream but I used real sour cream and it tasted deliciously buttery), Sally Lunn Bread, Swedish limpa, and Italian Pannettone. I also liked the tomato-basil pizza crust, which you do by hand, though it's a little hard to work with if you're not used to it. The best part of the book is the condiments, like pesto and tapenade. If you're looking for a recipe book with ideas for giving bread as gifts, this is the one!
After buying Ms. Harrison's other cookbook (called "A taste for love"), I bought this one. There aren't alot of unique or innovative recipes in here, as there are in the other cookbook she wrote, but all the staples are included, from white bread to seven grain bread, and they taste great. I especially like the section on making your own jellies and special butters for the breads. Also, anyone who has allergies should definitely get this, as there's a whole section on breads for people who are allergic to wheat, etc. Please let me know when this author comes out with her next cookbook!
This is a great book! I used to have trouble with bread machine recipes until I got a new machine. I wont say what I had before but now I have a Breadman and every recipe comes out perfect!
So far, I've tried four of the recipes listed in this book. One - the Sour Cream bread - failed to rise on top, but it still tasted fantastic. It was an extremely soft bread, so it was hard to spread butter on. However, it tasted great without butter, too.

The Irish Soda bread, despite its weird 1/3 teaspoon measurements (I've never seen 1/3 teaspoons?), came out wonderfully, and has already been requested for a repeat.

I like that it's what a friend calls "Lana-simple." I put the ingredients into the machine, in the order they are on the page, and I push start. Couple-three hours later, I've got bread. Even I can't screw it up.

I've had to invest in a couple of things - like buttermilk powder and milk powder - because I don't keep milk in the house at all. Still, the recipes are extremely simple - most are less than half a page - and the resulting bread is not just edible, it's delicious.

My only negative is that I wish it were available as Kindle book, so I could highlight specific recipes and suchlike.
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