How to Bake Everything: Simple Recipes for the Best Baking

How to Bake Everything Simple Recipes for the Best Baking 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 Bake

  • Title: How to Bake Everything: Simple Recipes for the Best Baking
  • Author: Mark Bittman
  • ISBN: 9780470526880
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 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 eIn 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 than 2,000 recipes and variations a pound cake can incorporate polenta, yogurt, ricotta, citrus, hazelnuts, ginger, and 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 flexible than you ever imagined.

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    1. first time paging through this book, I didn't think I would like it. in fact, I contemplated returning it to the library without actually reading it. it's not pretty. there are no pictures. I'm glad I changed my mind. The recipes are pretty basic but I've found a lot I want to make. With some variations given, it will take me a while to get through this book. I've been buying cookbooks in ebook format but this one has such good info, I want a hardcopy book.

    2. Already a fan of Bittman's, so a cookbook focused entirely on my carb-y love language? Yes, please.

    3. Admittedly, I tend to favor cookbooks with photographs of completed recipes. I enjoy seeing what a finished product might look like, and appreciate the ideas for serving and presentation. So I'm not sure I'd have ever selected this cookbook for myself. While it has plenty of well-done instructional illustrations throughout the book, there is not one single photo of a completed recipe. That said, I'm really happy to have received this as a Christmas gift! There may not be pictures of finished rec [...]

    4. I know I am in a minority but I really am not impressed with Mark Bittman recipes and think this book is not very well written, organized or edited. Why would a book that purports to cover "everything" about baking not provide the reader with a table of contents or index in the front of the book. Also if this book is supposed to be teaching baking, many recipes are lacking in specific instructions. One recipe I read says to pour the custard in a baking dish but fails to mention size, shape or de [...]

    5. This is a fantastic cooking reference to have. It includes lots of base recipes and adds plenty of variations to keep things interesting. My only criticism is it lacks color photos, and the illustrations it does have are sparse. The instructions are usually very clear, so this is not a crippling issue when trying something new.

    6. 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.

    7. Made the chocolate banana bread (a little tough, but I think that was me over baking the cupcakes) and the basic crackers (YUM).

    8. 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.lor photos would have made it an awesome book!

    9. Another ginormous Bittman tome. Lots of fundamental information and tons of recipes with variations to try.

    10. 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. For all I missed in it though, I think this is the most complete set of baking recepies I've ever seen. From the basic chocolate cakes and apple pies, to things I've never heard of before.I haven't tried o [...]

    11. 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 is supposed to look. I liked it so much that I am probably going to buy it.

    12. No pictures,but that means more recipes packed into a comprehensive book of baking recipes. Bakers will love this book.

    13. 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 a recipe on a single page. I don't want to have to turn the page mid-process.

    14. 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 Cook is a little better (though admittedly less baking focused).

    15. Mark Bittman's How to Bake Everything explains the elements of baking without scaring the prospective baker right out of the kitchen! Mr. Bittman's book gives confidence to readers that 'Yes, they can bake!' His style of writing enables the reader to understand the particular process to produce a loaf of brioche bread. It gives the reader confidence. It gave me confidence. Definitions are clearly written. He relates to the prospective baker what will be needed to complete the sesired task. He ev [...]

    16. Bittman's "How to Cook Everything" is one of my most used and most loved cookbooks. This one is a very close second. Bittman's tone isn't condescending or pretentious; the explanations are clear and simple. So far I have made 6 or 7 of these recipes with pretty good results. Make sure to read the equipment and ingredient section at he beginning. The appendices are awesome.

    17. Being a baker and cake decorator and a fan of a couple of Mark Bittman's other books I was excited to receive this one in a field I specialize in. This is a extremely thorough book that's great for bakers of all levels. The amount if information from the basics to techniques is amazing. I love that so many of the recipes have different variations you can try and it's all straight forward. I've purchased two more of this title to gift my daughters who cook wonderfully but are challenged when it c [...]

    18. This is honestly an excellent reference book, but instead of including photos of steps in the techniques there are a few pencil drawings. The drawings are highly detailed, but they simply don't have the impact of photographs. The biggest thing for me was the fact that there is absolutely nothing that includes rhubarb. For me rhubarb and baking go hand in hand. I'm sure that there are other items that others have noticed are not in this book, but for such an extensive reference book to not have t [...]

    19. Pictures of Recipes? No, sadly.Commentary on Recipes? Yes.Nutrition Facts? No.Recipe style? Pretty much anything you could want to bake.Any keepers? See below.Just buy the book. I'm willing to forgive the lack of pictures because the recipes are awesome.

    20. As usual, Bittman is unbeatable. There is a nice variety of recipes and flavor profiles for different palates. Easy-to-follow and easy to reproduce recipes.

    21. In this installment of the cooking "Everything," Mark Bittman tackles baking. There are an incredible amount of baking recipes, along with instructions to help you become a good baker.

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