Lyn Andrews House on Lonely Street

ISBN 13: 9780755363667

House on Lonely Street

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9780755363667: House on Lonely Street
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Tom and Henry Herbert - The Fabulous Baker Brothers - are fifth generation bakers with a passion for food in all its forms. Tom is a talented master baker whose famous Hobbs House Bakery sits just next door to his younger brother Henry's butchery. Together our young brothers work side by side making the amazing bread and delicious meaty accompaniments and fillings that have made their businesses so successful.

Here, in this brand new cook book to accompany the hit Channel 4 show, The Fabulous Baker Brothers share with us mouthwatering oven-based recipes that unlock a world of gorgeous homemade breads, pastries, pies, cakes and confectionary. With carefully chosen ingredients and some easily-mastered techniques - this is healthy, wholesome, beautiful food that doesn't cost the earth to make.

Fully illustrated throughout with photographs of the boys, their shops and Cotswold surrounds, and of course their stunning produce, this cook book gets to the fundamental heart of British good food as two of the country's most respected and successful artisans teach us how to bake like professionals in our own homes.

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Fresh out of baking college, Tom (33) won Baker Of the Year and his signature sourdough has won Organic Loaf of the Year 9 times in the last 10 years. Last year Henry (24) left his role as Head Chef of the award winning Coach & Horses in Clerkenwell to face a new challenge, buying the traditional butchers next door to Tom's bakery. Now the two work and cook side by side, professionally and domestically, creating every element of a meal; from the bun to the burgers and even the homemade pickles that top them off.



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