Read How to Bake Everything: Simple Recipes for the Best Baking Online Free - In the most comprehensive book of its kind, Mark Bittman offers the ultimate baker’s resource. Finally, here is the simplest way to bake everything, from American favorites (Crunchy Toffee Cookies, Baked Alaska) to of-the-moment updates (Gingerbread Whoopie Pies). It explores global baking, too: Nordic ruis, New Orleans beignets, Afghan snowshoe naan. The recipes satisfy every flavor craving thanks to more than 2,000 recipes and variations: a pound cake can incorporate polenta, yogurt, ricotta, citrus, hazelnuts, ginger, and more. New bakers will appreciate Bittman’s opinionated advice on essential equipment and ingredient substitutions, plus extensive technique illustrations. The pros will find their creativity unleashed with guidance on how to adapt recipes to become vegan, incorporate new grains, improvise tarts, or create customized icebox cakes using a mix-and-match chart. Demystified, deconstructed, and debunked—baking is simpler and more flexible than you ever imagined.
|Title||:||How to Bake Everything: Simple Recipes for the Best Baking|
|Number of Pages||:||704 pages|
November 20, 2016
Already a fan of Bittman's, so a cookbook focused entirely on my carb-y love language? Yes, please.
February 04, 2017
True to the title of this book, Bittman does tell you how to bake everything. The book includes comprehensive instructions about complicated creations and sections for vegans as well as people following gluten-free diet. A great baking reference book.
November 25, 2016
Very detailed, I like the options for recipes. This is a book I'd consider purchasing in hardcover. (I read this on Kindle).
One drawback.....color photos would have made it an awesome book!
June 06, 2017
Another ginormous Bittman tome. Lots of fundamental information and tons of recipes with variations to try.
February 06, 2017
Thought it was info on yeast breads it is an encompassing book on baking everything! I enjoyed it
October 10, 2016
Seeing the description, I thought this book would be similar to Kenji Lopez-Alt's The Food Lab. I was wrong. The focus here lay mainly on the recipes, not on the how and why of them. Instructions in the explanation part where sometimes unclear and I really missed the pictures with the recipes.
March 21, 2017
If you like to bake, which I do, Mark Bittman's How to Bake Everything is a must have book. It is divided into 12 sections and contains all the recipes that any baker would want. The directions are clear. Although there are a few illustrations, there are no photographs that show you how something...
March 11, 2017
No pictures,but that means more recipes packed into a comprehensive book of baking recipes. Bakers will love this book.
March 03, 2017
Love this cookbook! It is a big book with lots and lots and more info on so many foods! Simple (not necessarily short, but uncomplicated) recipes with common ingredients, and then info on variations. Hints to improve recipes.
The only thing I would change is my usual formatting complaint: I like...
February 13, 2017
A totally fine cookbook if you're a Bittman fan but it wouldn't be one I recommend. If you're interested in a basic baking skills/techniques book I'd say Martha Stewart's Baking Handbook is a better bet. If you're interesting in adjusting or adapting basic recipes, I think The Improvisational Coo...