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by Lisa Yockelson


Lisa Yockelson's classic guide to baking-finally in paperback Flavor is the essence of fine baking.

Lisa Yockelson's classic guide to baking-finally in paperback Flavor is the essence of fine baking. Illustrated with photos, and containing detailed storage information, the book should become a true, better-baking resource. From Publishers Weekly.

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If you like cookbooks and/or baking and/or luscious descriptions of sugary delights, you'll love this book. The question now is what to try first?

She reveals concepts and techniques for using 18 basic ingredients, including chocolate, vanilla, apricot, and Flavor is the essence of fine baking, the source of wonderful tastes and aromas that tempt the palate and delight the senses. If you like cookbooks and/or baking and/or luscious descriptions of sugary delights, you'll love this book. The question now is what to try first?

Includes bibliographical references (pages 547-550) and index

Includes bibliographical references (pages 547-550) and index. The way to bake by flavor - An inventory of baking equipment - Creating a baking pantry - Craft and technique - Almond - Apricot - Banana - Blueberry - Butter - Buttercrunch - Caramel and butterscotch - Chocolate - Cinnamon - Coconut - Coffee and mocha -. Ginger - Lemon - Peanut and peanut butter - Rum - Spice - Sweet cheese - Vanilla - About freezing baked goods

Baking by Flavor Lisa Yockelson Wiley 9780471361701 : Flavor is the very essence of fine baking, the source of. .This book reveals concepts and techniques for using eighteen basic ingredients including chocolate, vanilla, apricot, and lemon to pyramid flavor.

Baking by Flavor Lisa Yockelson Wiley 9780471361701 : Flavor is the very essence of fine baking, the source of wonderful tastes and aromas that tempt the palate and delight the senses. Дополнительное описание: Кол-во ст. 592 Формат: 241 x 197 Дата издания: 2002 Илюстрации: Illustrations (some colour) Вес: 1387 Круг читателей: general.

Popular food writer Lisa Yockelson-whose articles, essays, and recipes have appeared in The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, and s what has fascinated her during a lifetime of baking

Popular food writer Lisa Yockelson-whose articles, essays, and recipes have appeared in The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, and s what has fascinated her during a lifetime of baking. With 100 essays and more than 200 recipes, along with 166 full-color images, Baking Style is infused with discoveries, inspirations, and exacting but simple recipes for capturing the art and craft of baking at home

This book reveals concepts and techniques for using eighteen basic g chocolate, vanilla, apricot, and lemon-to pyramid flavor, layer by delicious layer.

com's Lisa Yockelson Page and shop for all Lisa Yockelson books. Check out pictures, bibliography, and biography of Lisa Yockelson. baking style diary asked Alice Medrich, author of the award-winning Flavor Flours, the following question: If you had to choose two non-wheat flours for those new to gluten-free baking to explore, what would they be? As well, tantalize us with a few baked ideas that would incorporate them. Ms. Medrich answers: It’s very hard to pick only two!

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Yockelson, a local cookbook author, has written 11 other baking books, is a frequent contributor to food magazines and has been a regular contributor to The Post's Food section for almost 20 years. Yockelson's business card reads "baking journalist," though it might as well read "baking sorceress" given her passionate, relentless, all-consuming pursuit of perfection.

Lisa Yockelson's classic guide to baking—finally in paperback

Flavor is the essence of fine baking, the source of wonderful tastes and aromas that tempt the palate and delight the senses. In Baking by Flavor, Lisa Yockelson shares flavor-boosting secrets that can make virtually any recipe burst with new vigor and freshness. She reveals concepts and techniques for using 18 basic ingredients, including chocolate, vanilla, apricot, and lemon—in order to stack flavors layer by delicious layer.

Home bakers will learn to bring excite to old classics as the author enlivens a dormant pound cake by scenting its sugar with vanilla, creams the butter with vanilla scrapings, and beats egg yolks with a double-strength vanilla extract. Chocolate brownies become richly sensuous with the addition of chopped nuts coated with cocoa powder and confectioner's sugar. Includes 260 recipes that will inspire home bakers to bring old favorites into new delightsBeautifully illustrated with 118 color photographsPresents recipes in clearly written, easy-to-follow instructions that are accessible for cooks of every level

For home bakers who are tired of the same-old same-old, Baking by Flavor offers new ways to bring excitement to the every day.

Reighbyra
Last Saturday I made the Ultra Lemon Cake for guests I was having over that evening and the cake turned out perfect! My guests raved about the flavor and moistness with words like: "bursting with lemon flavor" and "it's lemony all over". I am not a baker. I think the last time I baked a dessert was to slice cookie dough from a tube. Lisa Yockelson's book has changed my attitude and way of baking forever. I must admit that I was nervous about baking adventure, but with the book's step by step instructions and helpful hints to guide me I didn't have any trouble. I recommend this book to novice and expert bakers alike. I was so pleased with my results last week, I made the cake again today and once again it turned out perfectly.
Varshav
This book offered many good recipes for baking. I baked several cakes and cookies so far and everything tasted so yummy. The book is thick but only have a few pages with colored pictures. I don't mind because the recipes look very interesting.
Lynnak
The cookbook I keep going back to whenever I am at a loss as to what to bake.
Keep this one on the kitchen counter and not in the pantry with all the other cookbooks!!!
Vetitc
I love to read cookbooks. I've gotten more hints, tips, and new baking techniques from this book than from any other I own. I've loved to bake for 55 years. This book is a MUST have. And *I* paid full price for it, and it was WORTH IT!
I'm a Russian Occupant
This book shows an abundance of research and hands on experimentation which is passed on to the reader and "cooks". It is very different from the usual (by category) cookbook. Its new approach by flavors, is very novel. A few of its outstanding features are: the notes "best baking advice" alongside the recipes, indications of the degree of difficulty, and methods to enhace and intensify the sixteen flavors she writes deliciously about. I'm sure this book will be a real classic. A great addition to every cooks bookshelf.
Rias
No weights are given in the recipes, just volume measure. (I'm quiet horrified that they gave her an award for this book just based on that).Any serious baker knows what I'm saying.

Im really upset.. would never have bought the book.
Niwield
that the recipes are the best. I have only made 1 recipe so far, the Cream Cheese Pound Cake, and that did not turn out well at all. I am not convinced that mixing two different kinds of flour will produce the best texture in a cake. I have at least five other pound cake recipes that I created that would beat this one hands down. I must say, though, that the information on baking in general is very good. As one who is a self-taught baker, I am always open to learning from others who have been formally instructed.
What I absolutely love about this book is not only does it provide you with full proof recipes, but you can also use her flavor concepts and apply them to any of your preexisting favorite recipes. Before I got this book, when I would make my favorite coconut cake I would change the milk to coconut milk and add coconut creme along with coconut extract to infuse the cake with the full flavor of coconut. So that's why this book was so appealing to me because I was already aware of baking by flavor philosophy. However, I never knew that there were so many different flavor combinations. By using her recipes and ideas my baking skills has improved 100%. I cannot say enough about this book except that if you love baking and want to create the most flavorful baked goods that you could possibly bake, buy this book. Because I am a professional baker, I really think I know what I am talking about. Every recipe I have tried has been a complete success. You will not be disappointed. The only downside is that there are very few pictures, but the recipes compensate for their nonexistence. Now you do have to plan ahead to make most recipes, but other than that, it's all up hill. I have my vanilla beans in my vanilla extract to intensify the flavor. I also have vanilla beans in my sugar to have my vanilla sugar ready. So it's not hard, but just has to be done in advance. Happy baking!
Baking by Flavor ebook
Author:
Lisa Yockelson
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Baking
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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; 1 edition (September 30, 2011)
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592 pages
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