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So, in Butter, you'll find the likes of Millionaire's Shortbread, while in Sugar, you'll find Brown Sugar Shortbread. In Eggs you'll be tempted by Mango Flan on Chocolate, but in Flour it's more likely going to be Chocolate Chip Pancakes. And that's just to get you started. Because there are chapters for all the basic flavorings, too (Oranges Simmered in Red Wine, Brooklyn Blackout Cake, Nectarine Beignets, Roasted Pecan Ice Cream, Montrachet Cheesecake, Moist Ginger Cake with Orange Icing). And then because holidays tend to pull out all the stops, there's a separate chapter for them as well. Ever get in trouble for playing with your dessert? With Butter Sugar Flour Eggs Gale Gand, Rick Tramonto, and Julia Moskin give you permission to do just that. --Schuyler Ingle
Don't waste your money. The recipes are uninteresting and unoriginal...nothing I can't find in my Betty Crocker cookbook.Published 12 months ago by Sista Chic
I enjoyed a little bit of everything in this book. I good book to add to my collection of cookbooks.Published 17 months ago by Not for Me
Wonderful variety of recipes along with explanation of how these ingredients work together - the science of baking. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Lee A Leach
Love this book. Bought a second for my daughter. We went to culinary school together. try the Vanilla Panna Cotta. Its the only thing I cheat on chocolate with.Published on November 23, 2013 by Cynthia
Book is a bit dated. Although I haven't tried any of the recipes they do look inviting. I hope to the use the book for a Christmas feastPublished on November 15, 2013 by Shoe Happy
Butter Sugar Flour Eggs: Whimsical Irresistible Desserts
A book filled with yesterday's recipes makes my mouth water and my fingers tingle to make each one. Read more
I purchased this book on the advice of a friend. I am glad I took her advice. I love the way the book is laid out by ingredient and then one section titled "Holidays". Read morePublished on May 14, 2011 by Chef Wanna Be
Another nice book by Gale Gand, but not the types of recipes I was looking for or would make. I returned the book.Published on August 8, 2008 by Auntie Em