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Southerners love salt, and this has enough salt to embalm one's eyeballs. There is a second recipe for a malted biscuit. It's actually pretty tasty, but I'd never call it a biscuit. Maybe a shortbread or a tall cookie or???
The corn rosemary cake was good, as was the tomato soup. The blueberry muffins and ginger snaps were average. I wouldn't bother to make them again as I have other recipes with better texture. My opinion of what they call biscuits is already noted, and I can't say much encouraging about the carrot muffins or the whole wheat pastry dough. In the end, I found the results too inconsistent for this to ever be a cookbook I use frequently, although I may try the doughnuts next time I plan to have the fryer out. And there's that peanut butter cookie that I still might gamble on. Feb 09, Jean MacLeod rated it really liked it Shelves: cookery.
What a fine book this was with no wasted space and crammed with good recipes. I especially like the little tips scattered throughout the book and the background of the recipes. What I did not like, however, was the small print. I believe that's inevitable these days. Regardless it's a treat for the senses and tummy. Waste-wise author. Great revipes I have not made any of the recipes in this book yet, but I have read through all of them. I can tell this is going to be a well used addition to cookbook collection.
I can't wait to get started! A taste of Seattle I live away from the Northwest now, so it is nice to have a taste of home in these recipes. I am especially anxious to make the tomato soup with brown butter croutons.
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Everything looks wonderful and the instructions are clear and detailed. Sep 27, Jessie rated it really liked it Shelves: cookbooks. Love this bakery and this cookbook!
Apr 27, Elijah Buckley rated it it was amazing. Nov 04, Tammy Rupp rated it it was amazing. Wonderful recipes!!! Feb 11, Megan rated it liked it. Dec 02, Debra Daniels-zeller rated it liked it Shelves: celebrity-books , cookbooks. I put my name on the library reserve list for this book at the library weeks ago. It was definitely a cookbook worth waiting for.
The pictures and all the recipes from the Dahlia Bakery, make this a great keeper for bakery fans. That said, I thouroughly enjoyed reading about the recipes and drooling over the I put my name on the library reserve list for this book at the library weeks ago.
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That said, I thouroughly enjoyed reading about the recipes and drooling over the pictures as I imagined flavors. I was impressed with the dog biscuit recipe but then assume these biscuits are at the bakery, too. I also liked the description of ingredients, equipment and baking tips. From english muffins to cookies, pies jams and jellies. The only chapter that seemed a bit out of place was Tomato Soup and Grilled Cheese, though I bet it doens't seem out of place to fans of this bakery. Perhaps one day I'll stop in and sample some of these treats.
Jul 10, Debbie rated it it was amazing Shelves: cookbooks-i-own. What a terrific cookbook. Aside from the fact that I want to make almost every recipe in the book from English muffins to maple syrup ice cream, this book tells you all about the equipment you will need, the best ingredients for the job, sources and best of all why you should do things a certain way.
In short, this is the most comprehensive baking book I have ever read with some of the most delicious recipes. Top it all off with stories about the area, the authors, the restaurants and you've got What a terrific cookbook.qyfaziviqyka.tk
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Top it all off with stories about the area, the authors, the restaurants and you've got a winner! Oct 28, Teresa rated it it was amazing. While I'm not a baker, this book makes me want to be. I wasn't through the introduction before I knew I had to own this cookbook. I found it to be very well written with easily understood instructions, as well as beautiful illustrations. Even if you never bake anything, it makes for good reading.
It's recipes includes recipes for baked goods such as coconut cream pie and english muffins as well as for ice cream, jellies and tomato soup. While I received an advance copy from Edelweiss, I made While I'm not a baker, this book makes me want to be. May 14, Sarah rated it liked it.
Packed with bittersweet chocolate, cocoa, and chocolate chips, super- chocolaty and soft with a crackled top, just one of these cookies will more than satisfy the cravings of any chocoholic. Whipping the batter well as you incorporate the eggs will give the cookies their characteristic crackly tops. In a bowl, sift together the flour, cocoa, and baking powder. Stir in the salt and set aside.
Place the chopped chocolate in a heatproof bowl over a saucepan of very hot but not boiling water the bottom of the bowl should not touch the water , stirring occasionally until the chocolate is melted and smooth. Remove the bowl from the water and allow to cool for 5 to 10 minutes. Combine the butter and sugar in the bowl of an electric mixer with the paddle attachment and cream on medium speed until well combined. Add the eggs, one at a time, mixing on medium speed until the eggs are incorporated. Tip: Break the eggs into a bowl and tip them into the mixer bowl one at a time.
Increase the speed to high and beat for a few minutes until the mixture is very light, creamy, and pale in color, scraping the bowl down as needed. Add the melted chocolate and the vanilla extract and mix just until combined. Remove the bowl from the mixer and fold in the dry ingredients using a rubber spatula. Fold in the chocolate chips. Start scooping the cookies as soon as you finish making the batter.
The batter is very soft at first, but it starts firming up quickly as it sits, which will make it more difficult to portion. The easiest way to portion the cookies is with a 2- ounce ice cream scoop. Pack the scoop only about three- quarters full. Scoop the cookies onto parchment- lined baking sheets, placing them about 2 inches apart. Flatten each mound of dough slightly with your hand.
Tip: You can use a dampened hand, because the dough is sticky. Soon after the cookies are scooped, put them in the oven and bake them.