Daniel Leader is the owner and baker of the Bread Alone Bakery in New York's Catskill Mountains. Dan's food career began when, nine months short of his undergraduate philosophy degree from the University of Wisconsin, he realized his need to work with his hands as well as his mind. He enrolled at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, graduated at the top of his class, and, worked as a chef for some of New York City's hottest restaurants, La Grenouille and the Water Club. Then, after eight years of cooking food "too fancy to eat," he became obsessed with the idea of creating something wholesome, timeless, and beautiful. Great bread and Bread Alone were born. Dan lives in Boiceville, New York, with his wife, Sharon, and four children, Liv, Nels, Octavia, and Noah.
Detailed instructions and guidelines, brought great results when I baked the breads.Published 29 days ago by Kim Ginn
Very interesting. Am starting on a bread quest. Trying to create full grained bread - not white bread that is brown. This book is certainly helping me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Catherine
If you are into making your own food this book belongs in your Library, you can't go wrong. The best food in life is a good piece of Bread with a good slab of Butta!Published 1 month ago by Rodd L. Ringquist
excellent info about old style baking, flours and other ingredients and best of all lots of great recipes!Published 2 months ago by Kathy Jones
This book is a great primer on bread baking and the food science involved. Appreciate the background information as well as the variety of recipes within the book.Published 4 months ago by Pat Campbell
The book came in really bad shape. It was supposed to be in excellent shape. The binding is broken and the pages fall out. Very disappointed.Published 6 months ago by Lorilee Breber
This was my very first bread-only book. I have several other baking books and dozens of cookbooks that have recipes for breads, but this was purchased specifically to focus on... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Linda Travels