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The Bread Book
Author:Louis P. De Gouy
Retail Price:$24.95
Availability:Available May 2021
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Dimensions:6 x 9
Written by Master Chef Louis P. DeGouy, one of the world’s greatest cooks, this book is an invaluable addition to the shelf of any chef—or anyone who takes eating seriously. Amateur and professional cooks alike with an interest in breads and baked goods will be delighted to find over 500 recipes for baking powder biscuits, plain and sweet breads, buns, muffins, gingerbread, popovers, scones and much more. The book provides recipes for simple and complex breads for any occasion and excellent advice on bread making in general, the selection of ingredients, measurements, and other basics that will help when baking at home.

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