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The Vintage Baker: More Than 50 Recipes from Butterscotch Pecan Curls to Sour Cream Jumbles

This cookbook highlights bringing retro examples and outlines, close by tasty photography, and an e-booklet toward the end rendered in a vintage-style. Blue-lace plans roused by heating leaflets from the 1920s to the 1960s are rendered with powerful appeal for current preferences for this digital book. Here are in excess of 50 treats, pies, cakes, bars, and that's only the tip of the iceberg, in addition to educational headnotes itemizing the causes of every formula and how they were changed into delectability. For home bread cooks, authorities of vintage cookbooks or kitchenware, this is a jewel.
About the Author
Jessie Sheehan is the coauthor of Icebox Cakes (Chronicle Books) and has contributed to many other cookbooks. She writes, bakes, and develops recipes for sweets in Red Hook, Brooklyn, not far from her beloved Baked, the bakery where she got her start.
Alice Gao is a New York City–based photographer. 
What a beautifully-done, gorgeous cookbook! Jessie Sheehan's meticulous, easy-to-follow instructions make the recipes very accessible to the home baker (and the Alice Gao photographs are simply beautiful to look at and practically jump off the page). Jessie has a flair for explaining to the non-professional WHY certain ingredients and techniques work -- and as an extremely non-professional baker myself (I've always preferred cooking, with its more elastic margin of error!), those explanations have given me the confidence to try my hand at baking things I wouldn't have tried before. And, there's just something homey and nostalgic about baking treats that call to mind a nicer, simpler time (but without the odd and often processed ingredients our grandmothers used out of necessity or Depression-era frugality). This book is a little treasure (including the cute little vintage baking pamphlet included in the book itself), as are its recipes (the Butterscotch-Potato Chip Balls and the Silver Cake are a MUST).-Barrie
I love this cookbook. I spent nearly an hour just reading it when arrived, because the pictures are beautiful, the recipes intriguing and the stories interesting. I dreamt that night of Molasses Doughnuts with Chocolate Ginger Glaze, and can't wait until I have enough people in the house to justify making them! It's important to know is that the author has not provided an exact recreation of vintage recipes but has used them as a jumping off point, so the flavors or technique might be updated. So far I've made the Peanut Butter Fingers with Salty Milk Chocolate Glaze (a huge hit), Fig Pincushions (so yummy), Lemon Chiffon Pie with Coconut Whipped Cream (prize worthy, for lemon and coconut fans), Blackberry Lime Pie (the cream cheese crust is extraordinary, filling delicious though I substituted corn starch for arrowroot which I didn't have, and my lattice looked great!), and the unbelievable Butterscotch Pecan Curls (easy enough for the yeast phobic). The instructions are very clear, so I think that even novice bakers will get great results, but there is lots for the experienced baker to enjoy as well. I'm planning on bringing the Blueberry Angel Food Dream to a Fourth of July Picnic, since it's color-appropriate and impressive.-Rachel
I've made several recipes from this book, and they've all been hits at home (up next is the Baked Alaska!). In fact, I even bought a few extra copies to give to friends who bake. For me, it's a cool mix of updated old favorites and vintage recipes that I've never heard of, but am glad are getting the chance to shine again (I don't think there's anyone who wouldn't devour a slice of Sheehan's "silver cake"). I love the look of this book, too-- it just feels fun and the photography is gorgeous.-Stephanie W.

Download Ebook The Vintage Baker: More Than 50 Recipes from Butterscotch Pecan Curls to Sour Cream Jumbles | 24 Mb | Pages 205 | EPUB | 2018

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