Although The Bread Bible would have benefited from color photographs to tease the taste buds, Hensperger's latest ode to bread will still prove invaluable for both new and seasoned bakers. --Naomi Gesinger --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
First made the belgian waffles and the recipe seems wrong because it should be separate the eggwhites and whisk until you reach soft peaks. Read morePublished 3 days ago by doraima
great variety of recipes and techniques for any level baker. a must-have for the kitchen bookshelf!Published 13 days ago by The Buddman
I love all of Beth's recipes. And there are many to choose from in this book...Published 14 days ago by MK
I love having so many baking items at my fingertips on my kindle. It makes baking something new whenever I want to so easy.Published 15 days ago by Kostandenos
Fabulous! This is my favorite bread, or any, cookbook in my fairly vast collection. The recipes are clear and concise - I have never had one fail on me. Read morePublished 19 days ago by kwajgirl
So far every recipe has come out great. Tonight I made semolina bread and it came out wonderfully. My grandson asked if he could have it again for breakfast. Read morePublished 21 days ago by V. Viti
Marvelous recipes of many types. The potato bread recipe was a great find..Published 1 month ago by connie
I love this book I never thought Making could be so easy to make until I can found this book.
For some reason homemade bread does not spike my sugar like store-bought bread... Read more