Williams-Sonoma's cookbooks are not for the faint of heart. It can take some serious thinking and plotting to do even one recipe.
Flour and Water and Yeast, oh HOLY this is good!
But if you're an avid baker/cook, and you're not scared of yeast, then you may just love this book!
There are about 25-35 recipes. The categories are something like,
Basics (Whole Wheat, White, Dinner Rolls)
International (Pita, Challa, Baguette)
Breakfast (Muffins, Banana Bread)
And maybe a few more.
While the recipes are detailed and require planning ahead hours in advance, and can be very picky about the little details of bread-making, the results WILL NOT let you down if done correctly.
Every recipe includes a mouth-watering photograph of the result, and in the back are bread-making tips for the true gurus.
The content section is laid out beautifully with delicious photography, and is categorized in a way that is easy for dumb chefs like myself to understand!
Reality check? I just made some pitas today, and banana bread at some point this week.
It's a real book for real life.
And it tastes amazing.
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Tons of delicious recipes! The basics, the ethnic, the breakfast, the complicated! Easy to read and follow!
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