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Glazed Filled Sugared Dipped

Author : Stephen Collucci
ISBN : 9780770433581
Genre : Cooking
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Whether you think of them as “doughnuts” or “donuts,” you’ll be amazed at how easy it is to make these sweet treats at home. Dripping with chocolate glaze, bursting with sweet vanilla cream or blackberry jam filling, or simply rolled in cinnamon sugar—doughnuts, however you like them, can’t be beat when freshly made. And they’re surprisingly easy to fry—or bake—from scratch. Glazed, Filled, Sugared & Dipped includes recipes for classic cake and yeast-raised doughnuts as well as for zeppole, beignets, churros, bomboloni, and doughnut holes—plus glazes, fillings, and sauces to mix and match. With more than 50 recipes and 50 full-color photographs, this cookbook will open up the wonderful world of homemade doughnuts to any home baker.

Doughnuts

Author : Lara Ferroni
ISBN : 9781570617072
Genre : Cooking
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A chocolate-glazed doughnut and cup of coffee is a match made in heaven for many North Americans, but wait! Something new is happening in the doughnut world: boutique bakeries are popping up everywhere, and "designer doughnuts" are all the rage. The best news of all is that they're actually easy to make at home. And really, is there anything more scrumptious than a fresh doughnut? In Doughnuts, prepare to be tempted by more than fifty recipes, including Chai, Huckleberry Cheesecake, and Red Velvet. Of course, the cookbook is also full of traditional recipes for favorites like Old-Fashioned Sour Cream and Chocolate Raised doughnuts, as well as vegan and gluten-free recipes. The mouthwatering photography and tasty recipes will leave readers and home cooks drooling and dreaming about doughnuts.

The Donut Book

Author : Sally Levitt Steinberg
ISBN : 9781580175487
Genre : Cooking
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Presents a collection of full-color and black-and-white illustrated photographs and drawings describing the history of the donut, and includes twenty-eight recipes.

A Baker S Field Guide To Doughnuts

Author : Dede Wilson
ISBN : 9781558327887
Genre : Cooking
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"The American addiction to doughnuts is longstanding and deep-rooted. First there were the lightly sweetened fried doughs of immigrants and pioneers. In the twentieth century, there were waves of doughnut-chain outlets, from Dunkin' Donuts to Krispy Kreme, that made "coffee and a doughnut" practically a prerequisite for making it through a day at work. In recent years, hip, upscale doughnut boutiques have sprung up from Portland and Seattle to Austin and Brooklyn. Just when you think the doughnut habit might be broken, under the influence of this or that anti-carb or anti-sugar diet, it rises up instead and spreads deeper and wider. Alongside cake pops and cupcakes, doughnuts are here with a vengeance, at once retro and cutting-edge, comforting and new. Doughnuts have the reputation of being hard to make by hand in a home kitchen. To be sure, they can be tricky. But with guidance from an expert baker and a gifted teacher, they can be surprisingly simple and straightforward. Dede Wilson is just thatkind of reliable and gentle guide. A contributing editor at Bon Appetit and the author of two celebrated books that are the bibles for make-it-yourself wedding cakes (talk about tricky!), the forthcoming Cake Balls, and four previous books in this best-selling Baker's Field Guide series, Wilson here demystifies the doughnut-making process, breaking it down into simple, easy-to-follow steps. Along the way she serves up perfectly tested recipes for traditional doughnut favorites and imaginative new creations. A BAKER'S FIELD GUIDE TO DOUGHNUTS includes 22 building-block-style "Master Recipes"; 2 are for baked doughnuts, 8 are for fried doughnuts, and the remainder are for glazes and other toppings. For people with different taste and texture preferences, there are both yeast-risen and cake-style doughs. The Master Recipes get put to splendid use in the "Field Guide" section that follows, 69 recipes for all manner of doughnuts--filled and unfilled, frosted and unfrosted--as well as some doughnut cousins, such as fritters, crullers, churros, and beignets. As with other titles in the series, each recipe in the Field Guide has a Description, a Lifespan note (how to store the doughnut, and for how long), a Field Note (extra tidbits about the doughnut's history and ingredients), and other information presented in a visually engaging field-guide format. The Field Guide recipes range from classics like Cinnamon-Sugar Doughnuts, Cider Doughnuts, Chocolate-Sour Cream Doughnuts, and Apple Fritters to surprisingand delectable ideas like Cappuccino Doughnuts with Espresso Cream Filling and Apricot-Cardamom Doughnuts. Wilson provides lots of ideas for ways readers can mix and match the master recipes to create their own signature doughnuts beyond the ones in the book, and she dishes out easy-to-follow advice on techniques and equipment (you do not need a deep-fryer, for example, to make doughnuts). Altogether it's an expert treatment of an on-trend culinary subject, full of promises for the very best fresh and warm home-cooked doughnuts"--

Bread Cake Doughnut Pudding

Author : Justin Gellatly
ISBN : 9780241278826
Genre : Cooking
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'This book is as good for slavering over as it is to cook from' - Nigella Lawson Justin Gellatly is one of Britain's best bakers. Head Baker and Pastry Chef at St John for twelve years, Justin created the St John Bakery and restaurants' legendary sourdough bread and doughnuts. In Bread, Cake, Doughnut, Pudding, Justin shows you how to make mouth-watering treats ranging from the classics (madeleines, croquembouche, sourdough starter and bread), to classics with a twist (banana sticky toffee pudding, salted caramel custard doughnuts, blood orange possets, deep fried jam sandwiches) to the uniquely original (fennel blossom ice cream, crunch in the mouth, courgette and carrot garden cake). With over 150 recipes covering bread, biscuits, buns and cakes, hot, warm and cold puddings, ice cream, those doughnuts, savoury baking and store cupboard essentials, Bread, Cake, Doughnut, Pudding, is full of recipes you'll want to make again and again. 'I have always loved eating his bread and cakes, and his the doughnuts are the best in the world. Fabulous book' Angela Hartnett 'Having always hugely enjoyed eating the seemingly endless, singular delights of this talented and very good baker, it is a boon and a half to know at last how Justin makes these so very, very delicious things' Jeremy Lee Head Baker and Pastry Chef at St John for twelve years, Justin created the St John Bakery and restaurants' legendary sourdough bread and doughnuts, and has just opened a new bakery, Bread Ahead, in Borough Market. Justin Gellatly is the co-author, with Fergus Henderson, of Beyond Nose to Tail: A Kind of British Cooking.

Doughnut

Author : Heather Delancey Hunwick
ISBN : 9781780234984
Genre : Cooking
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Doughnuts, like hot dogs and apple pie, are widely seen as a quintessentially American food.But their story is much older, one that began in the Old World. Doughnut: A Global History reveals the long history and wide reach of these deep-fried dough delights. Heather Hunswick takes readers on an exciting ride from pre-history, to Ancient Egypt and Rome, through medieval and Renaissance Europe, and up to the New World. Here, doughnuts evolved from the open-hearth to the present, with its many old and familiar local favorites, popular commercial brands, and new waves of mouth-watering artisanal creations. It’s a story that encompasses not just culinary history, but the doughnut’s role in art and culture, health and social changes, and fad and fashion. So pour a cup of coffee and settle in for a great read, one sure to delight doughnut lovers and food historians alike.

The Country Gentleman

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ISBN : PSU:000019029009
Genre : Agriculture
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