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Title:
The Dahlia Bakery cookbook : sweetness in Seattle
Author:
Douglas, Tom, 1958-
Personal Author:
Edition:
1st ed.
Publication Information:
New York : William Morrow, [2012]

©2012
Physical Description:
389 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Summary:
Seattle's most popular chef and restaurant owner Douglas shares his secrets for 135 scrumptious treats from the beloved and famous Dahlia Bakery.
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
Contents:
Top ten Seattle experiences for baking buffs -- Essential baking knowledge -- Ingredients -- Equipment -- English muffin love. English muffins and breakfast sandwiches -- The Dahlia doughnut. Dahlia doughnuts and monkey bread -- Good morning! Morning pastries -- Jump start your day. More breakfast and brunch recipes -- A cookie in each hand -- Heavenly pies. Pies, rustic pies, crisps -- Tarts that tempt. Pastry tarts and the apple dumpling -- Let them eat cake. Cakes and cupcakes -- Creamy goodness. Pudding, pastry cream, eclairs -- Scooped. Ice cream and ice cream sandwiches -- Tomato soup and grilled cheese -- A bowl full of jelly. Jams and jellies -- Our joints.
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ISBN:
9780062183743
Format :
Book

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New York Times Bestseller

When it comes to delectable, freshly baked cakes, pies, cookies, and muffins, nobody beats the world famous Dahlia Bakery of Seattle, Washington. Owner, Iron Chef, and James Beard Award-winning cookbook author Tom Douglas offers up the best loved recipes from this incomparable bread and pastries mecca in The Dahlia Bakery Cookbook--featuring everything from breakfast to cookies and cake to soups and jams and more--demonstrating why the West Coast wonder has long been a favorite of foodies and celebrities, like Food Network's Giada De Laurentiis and Serious Eats founder Ed Levine.