Description - The All New Ultimate Bread Machine Cookbook by Tom Lacalamita
Tom Lacalamita's The Ultimate Bread Machine Cookbook showed how easy it was to have freshly baked, delicious, and nutritious bread anytime. Now comes The All-New Ultimate Bread Machine Cookbook: 101 Brand-New, Irresistible, Foolproof Recipes for Family and Friends, which presents recipes suitable for making 1 1/2- and 2-pound loaves, using the new ingredients now readily available. Here you will find mouth-watering recipes for Sourdough White Bread and Sweet Bread. Imagine the sights and smells of Cinnamon-Raisin Bread and Cornmeal Honey Loaf coming hot from your bread machine. There are also recipes for traditional favorites such as French Bread as well as crowd pleasers such as Black-Olive-and-Rosemary Bread and Coconut-Pecan Coffee Cake. And it's so easy! Just add the ingredients, push a button, and imagine the compliments you'll get from your family and friends, as if you'd worked long hours in a hot kitchen! The All-New Ultimate Bread Machine Cookbook offers the whole range of breads, from white to rye.
For the diet conscious there is information on gluten-free breads, and for parents there are lots of family- and kid-friendly breads and treats, including Peanut-Butter-and-Jelly Bread and-Funny as a Monkey Chocolate-Crumb Pull-Apart Bread. This is the new ultimate bread machine cookbook for the new ultimate bread machine cook!
Buy The All New Ultimate Bread Machine Cookbook by Tom Lacalamita from Australia's Online Independent Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
(235mm x 187mm x 15mm)
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
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Author Biography - Tom Lacalamita
Tom Lacalamita is the author of four bestselling cookbooks, the James Beard Award-nominated The Ultimate Bread Machine Cookbook, and The Ultimate Pasta Machine Cookbook, The Ultimate Espresso Machine Cookbook, and The Ultimate Pressure Cooker Cookbook. He is a regular guest on QVC and is Vice President of the Bread Machine Industry Association. He lives on Long Island with his wife and daughter.