- Hardcover: 144 pages
- Publisher: Ryland, Peters & Small Ltd (23 Aug. 2001)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1841721948
- ISBN-13: 978-1841721941
- Package Dimensions: 23.6 x 23.2 x 2 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 735,002 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Bread: From Ciabatta to Rye Hardcover – 23 Aug 2001
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About the Author
Linda Collister is the author of two landmark titles on bread making, The Baking Book and The Bread Book. Recent books for Ryland Peters & Small are Morning Bakes and Heavenly Chocolate.
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Contents include the following sections and I've also listed some, but not all of the recipes:
♦ A Simple Pleasure...
♦ Flour First...
♦ A Little Bit of Leaven
♦ Using Electric Mixers
♦ Making a Sourdough Starter
♦ Basic Breadmaking
♦ The Americas - boston brown bread; new york bagels; new york rye; maple pecan loaf; breakfast doughnuts; fresh corn jalapeno and cheese bread; two pepper cornbread; tortillas...
♦ France, Italy and Spain - pain de campagne; baguettes; olive and thyme bread; anchovy and olive oil bread; ciabatta rolls; pizza and pizzette; stuffed focaccia; pignola; pan de nueces...
♦ Northern and Eastern Europe - caerphilly and leek bread; old-fashioned cottage loaf; floury baps; extra spicy hot cross buns; miniature cheese buns; the grant loaf; german beer bread; german rye bread; polish poppy seed roll; swedish saffron bread; vetebrod...
♦ Africa and the Middle East - kahk, lahmacun; coriander and olive pita breads; peynirli pide; mousnas; turkestan loaf...
♦ South Asia - pooris; dosa; masala dosa; naan; roti;
♦ Australia and New Zealand - zucchini and carrot bread; sprouted wheaten bread; potato bread rolls; red hot cheese roll-ups; macadamia and lexia raisin bread; pumpkin rolls
The attention to detail is excellent, especially if you're making something for the first time e.g. there is a recipe for Basic Bread which is a 13-stage process and each stage has an accompanying photograph of exactly that stage.Read more ›
Let's face it, there is nothing better than waking to the smell of fresh bread in the morning.
With the rapid growth in the number breadmaking machines on the market, bread making has never been so easy. Nearly all of the recipes in this book can be readily adapted to the home breadmaking machine. From beginners to the pros this book will inspire all.
The mouthwatering photographs are also good.