Food52 Baking

Food52 Baking Review

A stunning collection of hassle-free recipes for baking cakes, cookies, tarts, puddings, muffins, bread, and more, from the editors behind the leading food website Food52.

This next book in the Food52 Works series features 60 baking recipes that won't leave you with an entire kitchen covered in flour or every bowl--dirty--in the sink. Tempting, foolproof recipes like Brown Butter Cupcake Brownies, Peach Tart, and Black Pepper Popovers are approachable enough to turn to on weekday evenings (when there is little time or patience to fuss over buttercream or pie dough), don't call for special equipment or obscure imported ingredients, and certainly aren't run-of-the-mill. Exquisitely photographed and with ample variations and "baking confidence" tips, this is the new go-to collection for anyone who wants to incorporate something sweet into their every day.

Title:Food52 Baking
Edition Language:English

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    Food52 Baking Reviews

  • ????

    Sound recipes, good tips and explanations along the way, amazing food porn, but suffers from the eternal problem of American baking cookbooks - too much sugar. I made the Banana Cake with Penuche Fros...

  • Elaine Brockhaus

    Love, love, love the conceptThe idea of a well written tight list of go-to dessert recipes excited me and this cookbook pretty well hits the mark. It is written in clear casual English as each recipe ...

  • Lisa

    Bought this and asked our library to get a copy as well. The recipes look AWESOME. I can't wait to try some of them out!Like the other Food52 book I reviewed, I'm hooked on how it's written, photograp...

  • Dee

    I don't cook very often, but I do like to flip through food porn and think about cooking, and this book is lavishly illustrated with mouthwatering photography and full of easy, simple tips on baking t...

  • Robert Hudder

    I thought I would find more tips and tricks in this book than some of their other collections. Strangely, I did not. The focus is on simple desserts and that make explain it. There were all sorts of d...

  • Doris

    Recipes seem fairly 'meh'. Not bad, but not inspiring, either....

  • Mckinley

    I want this cookbook....

  • Viriam

    Great baking book. Nice, somewhat offbeat and adventursom recipes, easy to read and not overly complicated....

  • Cyd Highfield

    it had some interesting ideas for recipes. sometimes things seemed less "pull off in a snap" and way more pretentious. i'd love to try some of the recipes however. ...

  • Kim H.

    I consider myself blessed to come from a long line of solid cooks who know their way around a kitchen. My mother was in her element baking dozens upon dozens of cookies and breads for Christmas. My gr...