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Alison Pray opened Standard Baking Co. in 1995 with her husband, Matt James. Charmed by the neighborhood boulangeries and open-air markets of France, the two were inspired to bake their own artisanal breads and pastries, and recreate that same sense of community in Portland. Standard Baking Co. has been recognized in Bon Appétit, the New York Times, the Boston Globe, Travel & Leisure, and featured on National Public Radio.
Tara Smith is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York. After graduation, she served as a teaching assistant at the school’s award winning Apple Pie Café. She now is head pastry chef at Standard Baking Co.
Illustrator: Photographer Sean Alonzo Harris works as a fine art, commercial, and editorial photographer based in Portland. He has been published in many magazines, including The Paris Review and Boston Magazine. He is a faculty member at the Maine Media Workshops.
This is such a good book... I read my books cover to cover before I begin trying the recipes and this book is worth it!Published 8 months ago by prittimo
Wonderful bakery. Lovely recipes. Easy to follow, delicious results. A tribute to the generous nature of the bakers.Published 8 months ago by Mary K. Brennan
So... I found the wonderful Standard Baking Co. on a recent trip to Portland; their Pain au Chocolat was amazing. Light, flaky, not the least bit of heaviness or greasy feel. Read morePublished 21 months ago by milltown girl
Lovely photos - clear instructions - small bakery in small town - chefs share their good tips - enjoyable reading, in general.Published 22 months ago by Sally Ann
I am so glad I bought this book. it has so many recipes I am anxious to try plenty of instruction to make your attempts at baking a success.Published 24 months ago by lana smith