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What to Bake and How to Bake It, by Jane Hornby

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What to Bake and How to Bake It, by Jane Hornby

I'd describe most cooking as an art of sorts, something that allows the cook a certain freedom of expression in the design and construction of a dish, some latitude to interpret a set of instructions into something new and different. I don't think that about baking. That's a science It's a set thing that does [...]

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Egg, by Michael Ruhlman

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Egg, by Michael Ruhlman

This is going to be difficult, isn't it? Yes, that's right. They do equal 'breakfast', but that's the mere tip of the iceberg. All of those ways are superb ways to eat an egg, but egg-appreciation can't just stop with a couple of rashers of bacon alongside. There's much more to the humble egg than [...]

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Bread, by Dean Brettschneider

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I bake a lot of bread, as you've probably noticed, but I'm just a novice ... there's so much to learn about turning the most basic of ingredients - flour, yeast, salt, water - into something so elemental and elegant as a loaf of bread. I have a long way to go, and this is [...]

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Bombay Lunchbox , by Carolyn Caldicott

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Bombay Lunchbox

In real life, I work for a big financial services organisation (we're not a bank, just let me make that clear before anybody clicks away in disgust. We try to look after people). In common with lots of other organisations, we use Indian resource to help us do cool stuff in IT quickly, and that [...]

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