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The Baker's Dozen Cookbook: Become a Better Baker with 135 Foolproof Recipes and Tried-and-True Techniques

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More than ten years ago, cookbook author and teacher Marion Cunningham and professional baker Amy Pressman met occasionally to talk about the wonders and mysteries of baking. They chatted, exchanged ideas, offered suggestions, and ended up solving some of their difficult baking problems. Slowly a concept took shape. Suppose groups of like-minded bakers were to meet to exch ...more
Hardcover, 368 pages
Published November 6th 2001 by William Morrow Cookbooks (first published November 1st 2001)
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Rachel
Jul 09, 2010 Rachel rated it it was amazing
A great resource for people just starting to bake or people like me who used to bake and want to get back into it again. The Baker's Dozen is a group of professional bakers in San Francisco who try out recipes, discuss baking strategies, and visit local baking resources (ex. Cowgirl Creamery and Fleischmann's Yeast). The book had a lot of background information on ingredients and tools used in each baking section, which was helpful. Things like ways to get your meringue to quit shrinking or the ...more
Mel
Oct 01, 2007 Mel rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: bakers who want to know more
The Bakers Dozen really made me believe that I could be a baker, and I still use modified versions of a lot of the recipes in here. It's a great resource if only to demystify why we need seven kinds of flour and how to properly cream. It's wonderful.
Kairous1
Sep 21, 2012 Kairous1 rated it it was amazing
a really good baking cookbook from a dozen veteran bakers. the recipes are simple and straightforward and the education section was very...educational. Learned a lot about baking from this book
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Jul 08, 2013 Sandie rated it really liked it
A great baking book for your collection. I love Flo Braker so this one is must for me. The pistachio roulade with white chocolate cream is heaven....
Heather
Aug 02, 2007 Heather rated it it was amazing
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This is the greatest cookbook for baking EVER.
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