Judy Gorman's Breads of New England Cookbook

Judy Gorman's Breads of New England Cookbook shares home baking recipes for 500 New England style breads, bagels, pizzas, popovers, scones, and similar. This cookbook is packed with goodness like Cinnamon Peach Muffins, Baked Potato Biscuits, Swedish Pancakes, Crullers, Corn Fritters, and so many more delicious recipes. 


Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 287 pages. 

Copyright: 1988 

Publisher: Yankee Books 

Author: Judy Gorman 

ISBN: 9780899091631

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Description: Put the fun back into baking at home with Judy Gorman's Breads of New England, a comprehensive and useful collection of recipes designed for the person who "never has time to bake." Making it from scratch was never this easy, as professional New England cook Judy Gorman covers a broad spectrum of spectacular baked goods in more than 500 easy-to-follow recipes, ranging from morning pancakes to savory dinner rolls, hearty sandwich loaves to delicate teatime treats. Ingredients used throughout the book reflect the unique and wonderful character of New England's cuisine, as well as the region's rich native and ethnic heritage. 

From maple syrup and cranberries to buckwheat and rhubarb, Judy Gorman's Breads of New England combines the best of New England foods and traditions with the very latest in kitchen know-how. 

The wide range of recipes offers some- thing for every taste and for every occasion. Traditional favorites include Boston Brown Bread, Jonnycakes. Gingerbread, and Clam Fritters, while stylish and innovative offerings like Tomato Herb Biscuits, Lemon Cream Scones, and the beautiful Three-Pepper Pizza spice up the selection. 

At last there is a book that takes the intimidation out of creating marvelous baked goods, that is perfect for special occasions and easy enough to use everyday. Make doughnuts and crullers so tempting that you and your family may never eat store-bought ones again. Learn the secret to creating perfect, flaky biscuits. (Hint: It's easy.) Or how about baking your own chewy bagels, crunchy bread sticks, or mouth-watering pizza? Clear, complete instructions and helpful how-to illustrations leave nothing to guesswork, and chapter introductions discuss basic techniques, as well as providing useful tips on freezing, storing, and serving. 

Judy Gorman brings the practice of home baking up to date for today's time- conscious cook and proves that making extraordinary baked goods need not be a chore. Experience the satisfaction of making -- in your own kitchen -- all kinds of wholesome and delicious foods from the heart of New England, all found in the pages of Judy Gorman's Breads of New England. 


Condition: Good condition. Tiny tear in back dust jacket's top edge. 

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