Download and read online A Passion for Bread in PDF and EPUB In this charming and practical cookbook, Master Baker Lionel Vatinet shares his knowledge and passion for baking irresistible bread. A PASSION FOR BREAD brings a Master Baker's encyclopedic knowledge of bread, passed on from a long line of French artisan bakers, to the American home, with detailed instructions and dozens of step-by-step photographs. It will cover everyday loaves like baguettes, ciabatta, and whole grain breads, as well as loaves for special occasions, including Beaujolais Bread, Jalapeño Cheddar Bread, and Lionel Vatinet's celebrated sourdough boule. A chapter of delectable soup and sandwich recipes will inspire you to create the perfect accompaniments. The book offers a detailed introduction to bread baking, 65 recipes, and 350 full-color photographs.
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Download and read online The Bread and Butter Book in PDF and EPUB Baking your own bread and making your own butter from scratch is creative, functional, versatile and satisfying. It can be made quickly or slowly depending on the recipe and once you've mastered the few fundamental rules you can adapt the basics to go and create your very own artisan craft bread. With many tips, recipes and much essential advice on preparation and ingredients, Diana demonstrates how to create loaves and buns of all shapes and sizes from the basic famiy loaf to tortillas and naans making this an essential book for anyone wanting to rediscover the delights of trational and contempoary home bread making.
Download and read online A Passion for Baking in PDF and EPUB Over 185 original recipes for Biscotti, Scones, Brownies, Pastries, Pies, Cheesecakes, Pizzas, Breads and more from Master Baker and Cookbook author, Marcy Goldman of famed BetterBaking Website. Over 150,000 books sold, in print, now in digital format, this book also includes blue-ribbon, chef’s best kept secret tips. FREE BONUS of 4 months of Betterbaking.com Recipe Archive Access with Purchase.
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Download and read online A Passion for the Living Christ in PDF and EPUB The Gospel of John play scripted so that a reader may visualize the episodes as a drama ? indeed as the greatest non-fiction play ever written.
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Download and read online Brilliant Bread in PDF and EPUB Winner of the 2014 Guild of Food Writers Award for Cookery Book of the Year. James Morton was surely the people's favourite to win 2012's Great British Bake Off series - with his Fairisle jumpers and eccentric showstoppers, this soft-spoken Scottish medical student won the viewers' hearts if not the trophy. James's real passion is bread-making. He is fascinated by the science of it, the taste of it, the making of it. And in Brilliant Bread he communicates that passion to everyone, demystifying the often daunting process of "proper" bread making. James uses supermarket flour and instant yeast - you can save money by making your own bread. You don't even have to knead! It just takes a bit of patience and a few simple techniques. Using step by step photos, James guides the reader through the how-to of dough making and shaping, with recipes ranging from basic loaves through flatbreads, sourdoughs, sweet doughs, buns, doughnuts, focaccia and pretzels. Inspiring and simple to follow, with James's no-nonsense advice and tips, this book will mean you never buy another sliced white loaf again.
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Download and read online Good Bread Is Back in PDF and EPUB In Good Bread Is Back, historian and leading French bread expert Steven Laurence Kaplan takes readers into aromatic Parisian bakeries as he explains how good bread began to reappear in France in the 1990s, following almost a century of decline in quality. Kaplan describes how, while bread comprised the bulk of the French diet during the eighteenth century, by the twentieth, per capita consumption had dropped off precipitously. This was largely due to social and economic modernization and the availability of a wider choice of foods. But part of the problem was that the bread did not taste good. In a culture in which bread is sacrosanct, bad bread was more than a gastronomical disappointment; it was a threat to France's sense of itself. By the mid-1990s bakers rallied, and bread officially designated as "bread of the French tradition" was in demand throughout Paris. Kaplan meticulously describes good bread's ideal crust and crumb (interior), mouth feel, aroma, and taste. He discusses the breadmaking process in extraordinary detail, from the ingredients to the kneading, shaping, and baking, and even the sound bread should make when it comes out of the oven. Kaplan does more than tell the story of the revival of good bread in France. He makes the reader see, smell, taste, feel, and even hear why it is so very wonderful that good bread is back.
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