Beard on Bread
by James Beard [641.8516 Bea]
If you ever wanted to make
homemade bread, this would be the book to start with. It begins by giving a very
through method, complete with illustrations, of bread making from scratch - no
machine required. Once you have tried the basic loaf, there are numerous other
recipes to try. It even comes with a guide on which breads are best for
breakfast, sandwiches, afternoon coffee and so on. Some of the recipes included
are the usual sourdough, French, and potato, but also monkey bread, English
muffins, cheese bread, and pizza. I would suggest it to anyone interested in
adding to their kitchen skills or anyone who loves the smell of fresh bread.
[For more do it yourself cooking, try this: Jamie's
Food Revolution : Rediscover How to Cook Simple, Delicious, Affordable Meals
- By: Jamie Oliver - 641.55 Oli.] -- recommended by Kristen A. - Gere Branch Library
[Available in both the
original 1973 edition, and a 1998 "25th Anniversary" edition..]
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