Baking with the St. Paul Bread Club: Recipes, Tips and Stories
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Baking with the St. Paul Bread Club: Recipes, Tips and Stories

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In St. Paul, Minnesota, a diverse group of men and women have found each other, united by a single passion: baking bread. Once a month, a professional production bakery is transformed into a lively forum for those hooked on this satisfying ritual. Veteran journalist and club member Kim Ode invites novices and masters alike to join these dedicated bakers in the kitchen as t...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published September 15th 2006 by Minnesota Historical Society Press
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Heidi Roth
My copy of "Baking with the St. Paul Bread Club" came to my kitchen in an interesting way. I rarely win things. I tend to be extremally fortunate with opportunities but raffles and drawings don't fall my direction very often. So imagine my surprise to be selected out of literally hundreds of people watching a demonstration of the a recipe from this book to win a copy to take home with me.

I was completely out of the habit of baking bread at the time. I dutifully carried the lovely book from Minn...more
This is a decent book with interspersed stories and recipes. The stories are short (2-3 pages) and well-written, and provide a bit of interesting bread history along with personal anecdotes.

There are a large variety of recipes here, so if you're into bread, you should find something you like. I tried the focaccia recipe and it was very tasty. (It was my first attempt at focaccia.)

I wouldn't recommend this book for the beginning baker, however. For example, the french bread recipe assumes some...more
Great recipes, great stories - and the author is from Brandon!
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