Baking By Hand: Make the Best Artisanal Breads and Pastries Better Without a Mixer

Baking By Hand: Make the Best Artisanal Breads and Pastries Better Without a Mixer

AndyKing Jackie King / Oct 21, 2020

Baking By Hand Make the Best Artisanal Breads and Pastries Better Without a Mixer A J King s humble storefront and artistically quirky interiors belie their status as top bread makers in the Northeast carried by some of the best restaurants and gourmet stores in the country includ

  • Title: Baking By Hand: Make the Best Artisanal Breads and Pastries Better Without a Mixer
  • Author: AndyKing Jackie King
  • ISBN: 9781624140006
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Paperback
  • A J King s humble storefront and artistically quirky interiors belie their status as top bread makers in the Northeast carried by some of the best restaurants and gourmet stores in the country, including Whole Foods.Authors Andy and Jackie King believe you make better bread at home without a mixer, using the same folding technique they use to make their amazing breadA J King s humble storefront and artistically quirky interiors belie their status as top bread makers in the Northeast carried by some of the best restaurants and gourmet stores in the country, including Whole Foods.Authors Andy and Jackie King believe you make better bread at home without a mixer, using the same folding technique they use to make their amazing bread in the bakery It doesn t require big muscles or time and the baking process is rewarding using their four fold kneading technique.Andy and Jackie feature their best one hundred recipes including their regionally famous sourdough, a perfectly chewy and crusty olive packed ciabatta, and an earthy, healthy and wonderful multigrain loaf And that s only half the story They claim to make the best croissant you will ever eat, which made James Martin from the UK Cooking Channel exclaim, I haven t seen baking like this since I worked in France, while filming a segment on the best bakeries on the East Coast.With all of Andy and Jackie s innovative methods and best recipes you ll be able to cook incredible loaves and treats at home and truly by hand.

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    940 Comments

    1. Super informative book. I've always thought that baking by hand makes you a better baker and while I've only begun to dive into this book, I'm certain I'll come out more knowledgeable on the other end of it. The headnotes are fantastic for explaining processes and baking terms that may be unfamiliar. I also like that it's seperated by the time of day one might bake things (ie: The Morning Baker) so that I don't start a recipe only to realize I can't do it all in one day. I'd definitely recommend [...]


    2. Rather disorganized and a little too much is cut-and-paste repeat. But the worst is the quantity: most recipes make FAR too much for a single person or small family. No advice or recipes for making single loaves: the minimum appears to be two LARGE loaves, often three or more. There are many more practical bread books on the market.


    3. The recipes in this book sound delicious. I can't wait to try some of them. I like that this book covered breads and pastries. There were a lot more recipes than I anticipated, which means there are a lot more that I want to try.


    4. Very nice pictures, great paper quality, great recipes. It made me want to buy an oven. I wish I had the waistline to be able to afford making my own bread. To see a couple of pictures in my spanish blog, go here: lunairereadings/2


    5. I haven't tried any of the recipes yet, so the rating is obviously conditional. But it made me really want a heat lamp and a bread stone and various other bead-making tools, to improve my bread-baking!




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