The Model Bakery Cookbook

by Karen Mitchell
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Release Date: 2013-09-17
Genre: Cooking
Pages: 208 pages
ISBN 13: 1452129916
ISBN 10: 9781452129914
Format: PDF, ePUB, MOBI, Audiobooks, Kindle
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This definitive baking guide is the much-anticipated cookbook from the Model Bakery, a mother-daughter–run baking destination with a huge local following that's been wowing the Wine Country for years. And this book of sensational artisan baked goods makes clear why there are lines out the door! Featuring 75 recipes and 60 photos, it's as luscious to look at as their most-requested breads, classic desserts, and fresh pastries—all arrayed here—are to eat. Pain au Levain, Sticky Buns, Peach Streusel Pie, Ginger Molasses Cookies, and many more glorious recipes make this a mouthwatering read and a reference gem for lovers of bread and pastry, cakes and cookies, and, of course, the Model Bakery!
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