- Hardcover: 160 pages
- Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small (8 Sept. 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1849751404
- ISBN-13: 978-1849751407
- Product Dimensions: 25.9 x 22.4 x 2.5 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 58,101 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
How to Make Bread Hardcover – 8 Sep 2011
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It is joy and an honour to own such a well thought out, artistic and beautiful book. If you know someone in your life who is keen to start baking then this is the gift to put on the Christmas or birthday present list. That's if you can bear to give it away.... --Eleanor de Cadiz - thefoodiebugle.com
How To Make Bread makes the art (of breadmaking) seem achievable to even the most unconfident novice. With its combination of step-by-step recipes and photographs, it demystifies the baking process. --Amy Bradford - Elle Decoration
About the Author
Emmanuel Hadjiandreou has worked for Gordon Ramsay, Flour Power City Bakery, Daylesford Organic and Judges Bakery in Hastings. He currently teaches at The School Of Artisan Food in Nottinghamshire. His sourdough bread, stollen and other bread creations have won him several awards.
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Top Customer Reviews
I have taken Emmanuel's course on Wild Yeast Baking at the Schol of Artisan Foods, which I can also highly recommend.
I know there are a few alterations to the text of the first print which does happen and if you get in touch with the author or the school of artisan food they will give you the alterations.
I am happily working my way through the book and have had success with every recipe so far.
I have been baking for years and was expecting similar / traditional breads but have been surprised in the different interesting recipes. The fig, walnut, and anise sour bread is the first one I am looking forward to making. I can highly recommend this book and it would make an excellent gift to anyone who is interested in baking.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The best bread book I have, even better than James Morton. Have tried most of the recipes and they all work well.Published 13 days ago by MarkB
If you only have one breadmaking book, this is it. All the recipes are for hand-baking but they work just as well with a mixer.Published 2 months ago by Ben Huczek
So far so good! Have had this book for about a week now and am finding it my "go to" reference. How to Kneed, how to shape, how to make a sourdough starter. Read morePublished 2 months ago by E. Pennie
Clever Baker, makes it simple and shows you don't have to create a mess of flour all over your kitchen.Published 10 months ago by Stephen Johnson
I find this book very helpful. insturctions are easy to follow and very informative. I end up baking my own bread since i bought this book.Published 10 months ago by Ayen
This is more like it. A book without any filler or celeb style photos. No crap, just seriously good information about all the ingredients, and wonderful recipes of different... Read morePublished 10 months ago by C. J. Naylor
Bought the book prior to attending his course in London..book contains some useful tips and backup material.Published 12 months ago by Mrs. E. Runkel