The haunting fragrance of yeast filling the kitchen on bread making days is unforgettable. For many of us, it is a fleeting, nostalgic memory of childhood, or a chance experience as we pass a baker's shop when the new loaves are brought in. Bread baked at home is somehow integral to the idea of family and sharing, and there is nothing more satisfying than the taste of the first slice, spread generously with fresh butter. Nowadays in the era of mass production and instant packaging, there is a growing reaction against the loss of such basic sensations. More people are conscious of the quality of the food they eat, and are becoming interested in providing their own staples. In doing so, they are re-discovering the pleasure of baking their own bread, and becoming aware of the infinite variety of grains, textures, shapes and flavors which are rarely provided by commercial bakers. people from all over the world have created their own ways of baking bread and SUPERCOOK'S HOME BAKER provides a unique selection of bread recipes from many countries. Not only does it present a superb range of basic breads, but also those that are flavored--with cheese, nuts, herbs, spices, various kinds of fruits--all sorts of delicious tastes to tempt the appetite. Some of the breads have been specially created for festivals such as Easter and Christmas, and you might consider baking Krendel, the Russian Name Day Bread for a special birthday treat. SUPERCOOK'S HOME BAKER is not only colorful and beautifully illustrated, but the recipes are carefully organized and tested, so that they are easy to follow, and also indicate the relative cost and time of cooking. Every cook will be inspired by this collection, which will be an invaluable addition to your cookbook library.
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Descripción MARSHALL CAVENDISH, 1975. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110856851183