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Title:
Good Housekeeping baking : more than 600 recipes for homemade treats
Publication Information:
New York : Hearst Books, 1999.
Physical Description:
384 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Language:
English
Subject Term:
Added Uniform Title:
Good housekeeping.
ISBN:
9780688166168
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

Millions of satisfied readers turn to Good Housekeeping as a trusted source of essential information about home, food, & family. Now Good Housekeeping has published its first baking book ever--a big beautiful classic-to-be, a warm friendly "must" for every kitchen. Gorgeous four-color photos & clear text illustrate every step of every technique, be it making simple or fancy breads, a luscious chocolate cake, any sort of delicious cookies, even extravagant creations. Consider the range of fabulous offerings: Fresh Lemon Bars; Red Pepper Foccacia; New Orleans Bread Pudding; Popovers; Individual Chocolate Soufflés; Buttery Plum Tart; Farmhouse White Bread; & so much more. Talk about comfort foods--these are the ultimate! Whether a novice seeking tricks of the trade, or an expert in search of novelty, the home baker will also find information regarding ingredients, techniques, & equipment. Every chapter begins with four-color how-to photos that clarify the basics for the recipes in that section. More how-to's are included throughout that explain techniques specific to a given recipe. And of course, each of the more than 400 recipes have been triple-tested to ensure great taste. This is a book no home cook will want to be without--whether it's a celebration or not, baking something delicious makes a day special. Whatever is home-baked sends a simple message of love, an offering "from the heart."