Fearless Baking: Over 100 Recipes That Anyone Can Make

by Elinor Klivans

Hardcover, 2001

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Baking - General -- KLI

Call number

Baking - General -- KLI

Publication

Simon & Schuster (2001), 400 pages

Description

With recipes organized by technique and step-by-step instruction, "Fearless Baking" is the antidote to years of crumbly cookies, tasteless tarts, and burnt biscuits. If you're a first-time baker, you'll be amazed at the ease and speed with which you can turn out the same kinds of quality homemade treats you've envied in others' homes. If you're an experienced baker, you'll find focused instructions on each aspect of baking, and original fail-safe recipes that can broaden your repertoire. Introductory chapters detail the basic ingredients used throughout the book, along with the appropriate pans and utensils. Each recipe begins with a helpful "Baking Answers" section to anticipate questions or problems and explain the baking ideas or techniques that the recipe introduces or emphasizes. In addition, the directions not only include tips for visual measurement but also often provide descriptive instructions for recognizing when a batter is properly mixed or an item is done. Each chapter builds on skills and techniques that have been previously explained. Beginning with the simplest recipe (for Perfectly Easy Chocolate Chip Butter… (more)

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400 p.; 7.25 inches

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