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What is really annoying about this "baker's atlas" is that it lacks pictures ...
on July 20, 2016
One of the most disorganized cookbooks I have come across. Recipes are all over the place and the presentation format is awkward. What is really annoying about this "baker's atlas" is that it lacks pictures of each of the different flatbreads but contains photos of other stuff (presumably the "atlas" part) not of any relevance to the actual recipes - I really would like to see what the end product (flatbreads) actually are supposed to look like especially if you are going to the cost of including all the photographs that were included in this book. More emphasis should be on the flatbreads themselves (or do not include it in the title), with supplemental information on sauces, locations, and geographic information, etc. A great disappointment and a book I will gladly give the a charity for resale. The personal narratives may be nice to read, but the emphasis, one would think in this "A Baker's Atlas" would be on the actual recipes themselves.