King Arthur Flour 200th Anniversary Cookbook: A Book Of The Month Club Selection Paperback – Jun 3 1997
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A marvelous, straightforward baking manual. Destined to become a classic. -- USA Today
Jam-packed with recipes and information, this book will become a much-used baking reference in any kitchen. Grade A+. -- The Cookbook Review
One of the best books in the general-interest baking field. -- Anne Mendelson, Gourmet
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King Arthur Flour is the largest single educator of bakers in the world. Employee owned since 1996, the company conducts a yearly national baking class tour that has provided free baking classes to many thousands of bakers across the U.S. The company also publishes The Baking Sheet, a newsletter of recipes and baking information. The Baker's Catalogue, a wholly owned subsidiary, sponsors an online baking forum, The Baking Circle, on its parent company's Web site. The company's 2003 release, The King Arthur Flour Baker's Companion, was selected as one of the best cookbooks of the year by Food & Wine, People, and many other national publications. Other books by King Arthur Flour include The Original King Arthur Flour Cookbook, The King Arthur Flour Cookie Companion, and King Arthur Flour Whole Grain Baking. All the bakers at King Arthur Flour work from their 12-sided post-and-beam headquarters in Norwich , Vermont.
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In actuality, there isn't a single bread machine recipe in the book. There's lots of old-fashioned recipes -- right down to making your own Baking Soda! The kids and I adore this book because it gives you more than recipes, it teaches you HOW TO COOK creatively and keep disasters to a minimum. Everyone in my family loves this book and we really enjoy creating our own versions of our favorite recipes.
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I kept turning to the King Arthur website so I decided to give the cookbook a try. I enjoy the science behind baking and lessons that are included with each section. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lynnie Tunis
I use this more as a reference book. It is a great book for tips on anything to do with baking, and some great recipes.Published on March 19 2003
I received this book as a gift and think that it is fabulous. The book tells me everything that grandma would have told me but just never did. Read morePublished on Jan. 24 2002
This book is a must have for bakers. I am buying several as we give them as wedding gifts. If I could only have two cookbooks I would chose King Auther's and the Joy of... Read morePublished on Sept. 13 2000
I went to a large (un-named) bookstore determined to find a book on baking that would be significantly different. I have been baking for fifty years, since I was a little girl. Read morePublished on Aug. 22 2000 by Kira Gale
I initially ordered two of these as gifts for women younger and less experienced in the kitchen than myself. Read morePublished on April 18 2000