- Hardcover: 144 pages
- Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small (Aug. 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1849750335
- ISBN-13: 978-1849750332
- Product Dimensions: 23.9 x 20 x 1.9 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,562,679 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Weekend Baking: Relaxed Recipes for Family Baking Hardcover – 1 Aug 2010
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About the Author
Sarah Randell has worked in Australia, New Zealand and New York. For over ten years, she worked with Delia Smith in the development of recipes for her magazine, television programmes and 13 of her best-selling cookery books. Sarah is now Food Director at Sainsbury's Magazine. --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
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Top Customer Reviews
Up to now I've made 5 things from here. The peanut butter and maple cookies, the cherry streusel cake (which combined my favourite flavours), the fruit cake (which was amazing), vanilla cupcakes with raspberry frosting and the choc chip cookies. Everything turned out perfect.
I even used substitutes. I'm a gluten free cook and i basically subbed all the flours. I used combinations of spelt flour and brown rice flour and whenever it calls for milk, i will use almond milk with a teaspoon or so of olive oil to help with the fat content. Instead of cherry jam i would use raspberry or any really! For fruit cake i even ommited the nuts and i used a selection of figs, dried apricots and dried cherries and topped the cake with warm apricot jam. It wass a huge hit with the family!!
My husband loved the peanut butter cookies and basically ate them all! I loved the fact that i could make them and store them in the fridge pre-rolled and then you just slice them up when needed and pop them in the oven for 12mins.
My next thing I want to make is the muesli bars and the date bars. Oh, and also the almond cake!!!
Nevermind "weekend baking", i've been absorbed baking all week!! If it wasn't for all the other stuff i have going on, i would be baking something out of this everyday. In fact, i nearly am, lol.
The layout is great, she uses the same selection of pans the whole way throughout, so you dont need to buy a bunch of things. Pictures are gorgeous and the recipes are so simple yet different and not too out there. AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, THERE IS A PICTURE FOR EVERY RECIPE , YAY!!!!
Buy the book, you will be pleased you did!!
And I was not disappointed.
The first one I made was blackcurrant, berry and hazelnut crumble cake - except that I used Blueberries instead of raspberries, pecans instead of hazelnuts and blueberry jam instead of blackcurrant ....... (Don't shout at me! I can't help experimenting). I also cook in an Aga which can be tricky where cakes are concerned.
Anyway - even with these subs and the Aga - the resulting cake was absolutely fabulous. It barely had time to cool down before it was ... gone! Toffee pear muffins are superb and I plan to make the chocolate fudge honeycomb cake very soon.
This is a simple, unpretentious baking book and I LOVE it.
Heartily recommend to anyone who enjoys zoning out at the weekend and communing with flour and eggs (sounds a little odd put like that ...)
You will enjoy reading this book, you will enjoy cooking from it and you will most certainly enjoy the results!
My problem is how to find the time to actually produce all the recipes I've earmarked, followed by an impending huge problem around the waistline!
Buy and enjoy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had not realised that the recipes would include American weights and products.
Have now got to translate them for my own use.
I was suitably impressed by this book as it features mostly recipes that aren't repeats of tied and tested recipes that you find in weekly magazines and other cookbooks. Read morePublished on 10 July 2014 by SUE, SHROPSHIRE
I love this book, it is filled with lovely recipes. So far I have made the blueberry & cinnamon cake, it was delicious. Read morePublished on 17 Jan. 2012 by Melinda
This book has some really nice recipes in and they are all very easy to make. I am always very fussy when buying a cookbook but would recommend this. Read morePublished on 8 Dec. 2011 by Book lover
This book of baking is stunning! It is a joy to look at: the styling is original and gorgeous. It is organised into useful categories, it it enticing to read. Read morePublished on 14 Oct. 2011 by M. L. Fox
This book is brilliant, every recipe works (even without a fancy mixer). My family love the tray bakes and cakes, especially the macaroons. Read morePublished on 7 Oct. 2011 by Natalie
One of my favourite baking books for relaxed home baking.
Haven't found a recipe in this book so far which was a disappointment. Read more
A brilliant baking book - the recipes are easy to follow but more importantly good results for an amateur such as mePublished on 3 July 2011 by Lemon