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100 great breads-paul hollywood-britain's favourit (edition 2013)

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Bread is the one common factor linking every culture together since the beginning of history. It holds a social and gastronomi significance for everybody. Paul Hollywood's love of this creative foodstuff has built him a thriving bakery and seen him creating breads for some of the country's most famous hotels. He believes in celebrating not only the breaking of bread, but the making of it too, and conveys his own love of bread-making and its therapeutic powers in this collection of recipes. From basic bread to breakfast breads, Mediterranean, traditional and ancient recipes, pizzas, muffins and cakes, these recipes take in every aspect of bread-making. They throw a fresh light on this seemingly simple food with a multitude of flavours, and a twist on the older ones.… (more)
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  jhawn | Jul 31, 2017 |
Great little book with some very useful tips and tricks to help produce that perfect loaf. Provides a very wide spectrum of different bread recipes to try. The Cheese and Onion Soda bread has become a very firm favorite in my house. Highly recommended. ( )
  Breathwork | Apr 7, 2013 |
I like the look of the breads in this book, but I suspect there are a number of errors as we have made a few really wrong breads from it. The conversion from metric is also not trivial. This book is good for inspiration is you already know how to bake and can figure out the recipe quantities on your own from experience. ( )
  technodiabla | Oct 27, 2009 |
I know most people don't find bread very exciting, but you'd expect a cookbook about it to at least make an effort. Disappointing, but that's the risk you take when ordering sight unseen. ( )
  xyliabrown | Feb 10, 2009 |
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Bread is the one common factor linking every culture together since the beginning of history. It holds a social and gastronomi significance for everybody. Paul Hollywood's love of this creative foodstuff has built him a thriving bakery and seen him creating breads for some of the country's most famous hotels. He believes in celebrating not only the breaking of bread, but the making of it too, and conveys his own love of bread-making and its therapeutic powers in this collection of recipes. From basic bread to breakfast breads, Mediterranean, traditional and ancient recipes, pizzas, muffins and cakes, these recipes take in every aspect of bread-making. They throw a fresh light on this seemingly simple food with a multitude of flavours, and a twist on the older ones.

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