The Bread Book

The Bread Book A beautiful full color step by step guide to bread making with than one hundred and thirty recipes ranging from traditional Native American fry bread to contemporary ciabatta loaves of Italy

  • Title: The Bread Book
  • Author: Linda Collister Anthony Blake
  • ISBN: 9781585744473
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Paperback
  • A beautiful full color, step by step guide to bread making with than one hundred and thirty recipes ranging from traditional Native American fry bread to contemporary ciabatta loaves of Italy.

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    1. There is so much variety in here and from all over the world.This would be a great bread cookbook for travelers to revisit certain breads.While most of these recipes are advanced with advanced ingredients (by my standards), Viola's Caramel Cinnamon Rolls are worth the several hours prep. I also like the corn bread, foccasia (sp?) and the directions. I think I've also made the fry bread. It would be worth checking out by anyone if your local library carries it.

    2. A beautiful book to inspire an aspiring home baker. Thoughtful intros and fanciful and ambitious breads make it a didactic yet engaging read. However, a misprint of pages is confusing from pgs. 170 - 174, where it is referred to as pages 191-195. The only reason I give it 3 stars is that I attempted to make chocolate au pains twice with bad results. The first paragraph of instructions is confusing and I suspect that it will be trail and error to decipher the first step of the recipe.

    3. This was a go-to for me for a long time. The recipes are easy, but turn out amazing results. Lots of variety, from simple every day rolls and loaves to more complex and elegant options like Brioche and holiday favorites like challah and St. Lucia bread. Highly recommend for people looking to master bread baking!

    4. Perfect for me. Not too difficult. Straightforward with some great recipes. I managed to make dough, have it rise, baked it and ate it. It was very relaxing!

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