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Title:
The baker's manual : 150 master formulas for baking
Author:
Amendola, Joseph.
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Edition:
Fifth edition.
Publication Information:
Hoboken, N.J. : J. Wiley, [2003]

©2003
Physical Description:
xii, 323 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Language:
English
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Electronic Access:
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/wiley023/2002028882.html
ISBN:
9780471405252
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Book

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Summary

Summary

Crucial formulas for baking success--an updated edition of theclassic reference
What do virtually all breads and desserts have in common? They relyon baking formulas, the building block "recipes" that every seriousbaker must master. For example, behind every tempting napoleon liesa formula for classic puff pastry, while a truly heavenly chocolatebrownie cannot exist without the knowledge of how to temperchocolate. Compiled by a veteran instructor at The CulinaryInstitute of America, this authoritative reference contains 200completely up-to-date formulas using essential ingredients found intoday's pastry kitchens. From American Pie Dough and PâtéBrisée to Pastry Cream and Crème Anglaise, these recipesare written in small- and large-yield versions to accommodate theneeds of the serious home baker as well as the pastry chef.


Author Notes

Joseph Amendola started out as a pastry apprentice in the 1920's, and has had a career that spans some 70 odd years. He has had a life-long association with the Institute, from Baking Instructor, to Senior VP, to Acting President.

Nicole Rees is a professional pastry chef, recipe developer, and food writer for Chocolatier and Pastry Art Design magazines.


Table of Contents

List of Recipes
Acknowledgments
Preface
Chapter 1 How to Use this Book
Chapter 2 Yeast Breads
Chapter 3 Laminates (Layered Doughs)
Chapter 4 Cakes
Chapter 5 Egg -Based Components
Chapter 6 Pies , Tarts, and other Fruit Desserts
Chapter 7 Cookies
Chapter 8 Working with Sugar
Chapter 9 Working with Chocolate
Chapter 10 Frostings
Chapter 11 Fillings and Components
Chapter 12 Assembling and Decorating Cakes
Dessert Glossary
Appendix A Metric Conversions and Other Helpful Information
Appendix B Weight-Volume Equivalents for Common Ingredients
Appendix C Volume of Baking Pans
Appendix D High-Altitude Baking
Bibliography
Index