Donna Currie is a passionate home baker who blogs at Cookistry (www.cookistry.com). She also writes a bread-baking column for Serious Eats (www.seriouseats.com ) and is a food writer for the Boulder Daily Camera and the Whole Foods Market cooking blog.
Two of her creations, Bunny Bread and Birdie bread, were featured on MSNBC’s food site, www.bites.today.com. Donna lives in Colorado.
I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for a review.
For those of us who have been baking bread for a while or those who would bake bread if only they had the time, this book is an excellent resource.
Given that, it is otherwise a nicely illustrated book with color photos of all the recipes and a good selection of recipes.
I received a free digital copy of the new cookbook Make Ahead Bread: 100 Recipes for Melt-in-Your-Mouth Fresh Bread Every Day by Donna Currie through NetGalley. Read morePublished 4 minutes ago by Anna L. Hagen
While I'm not a bread baking expert, I'm not new to the craft either. I've been making various kinds of breads, including rolls, bagels, pizza crust, and pretzels, for the past few... Read morePublished 10 days ago by alli_g
I was really surprised at the recipes inside this book! I didn't know so many different kinds of recipes existed for breads (despite my love of bread). Read morePublished 16 days ago by roxiNet
I made my first recipe from this book today. It is 'monkey bread' Italian rolls, I started with them bc they were fast and easy to do at a time I am limited with time. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Joanne
If you don't have a lot of time but want to do more at home, this could be the bread book for you. If you want to eliminate store bought breads, rolls, pastries and other goodies,... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Janet K Hoadley
For anyone who has never tried to make bread before this would be an excellent starting place! The technique for baking bread is easy with this book and has a great explanation of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by I love my Kindle