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eBook The Sweeter Side of Amy's Bread: Cakes, Cookies, Bars, Pastries and More from New York City's Favorite Bakery ePub

eBook The Sweeter Side of Amy's Bread: Cakes, Cookies, Bars, Pastries and More from New York City's Favorite Bakery ePub

by Toy Kim Dupree

  • ISBN: 0470170743
  • Category: Baking
  • Subcategory: Cooking
  • Author: Toy Kim Dupree
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; 1 edition (February 13, 2012)
  • Pages: 272
  • ePub book: 1944 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1150 kb
  • Other: lrf txt lit azw
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 746

Description

From Publishers Weekly.

From Publishers Weekly.

One of these growing bakeries is Amy's Bread, a Hell's Kitchen staple, that churns out not only great bread, but . Overall I would highly recommend The Sweeter Side of Amy's Bread.

One of these growing bakeries is Amy's Bread, a Hell's Kitchen staple, that churns out not only great bread, but a growing list of sweet treats to entice passersby. Now Amy's Bread has released a cookbook with recipes for the tempting sugary confections that the bakery carries. The recipes all turn out delicious treats that mimic what is on offer at the NY stores, without, in most cases, special equipment and techniques. The photography is bright, and the pictures are large. This book will definitely appeal to cooks of all levels. Recipe: Zesty Lemon Bars.

book by Amy Scherber.

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The cakes are beautiful and by reading, it sounds like it wouldn't be hard to make some of these cakes however, they are very complicated. There are also some errors in the book. One recipe was written wrong and a separate piece of paper came with the book, explaining the change.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010.

Amy Scherber launched Amy's Bread in 1992 from a small storefront in New York City's Hell's Kitchen neighborhood. Today, her bakery operates out of three popular Manhattan locations, including outposts at the Chelsea Market and in Greenwich Village

Amy Scherber launched Amy's Bread in 1992 from a small storefront in New York City's Hell's Kitchen neighborhood. Today, her bakery operates out of three popular Manhattan locations, including outposts at the Chelsea Market and in Greenwich Village. In addition to her retail cafés, Amy also supplies bread wholesale to more than 300 customers, including many notable New York restaurants and food stores. Amy and her bakery have been widely praised in the media, and she has appeared on Emeril Live, Baker's Dozen, and other television cooking shows

If you’re a fan of famed Manhattan bakery Amy’s Bread, you will love The Sweeter Side of Amy's Bread, a beautiful cookbook that will show you how to re-create 71 of the bakery’s favorite sweet treats. Bake Amy’s signature scones, muffins, cookies, bars, biscotti, layer cakes, and other treats in the comfort of your own home! With recipes for tasty breakfast fare like Cherry Cream Scones and Pecan Sticky Buns to delectable sweets like Double Chocolate Chip Cookies and Amy's famous "Pink Cake," this book has illustrated color photos to help you along.

Comments

Anazan Anazan
I LOVE THIS BOOK THE RECIPES COME OUT LIKE THEY ARE SUPPOSE TO. I have baked my way through most of this cookbook and have baked each one of her cakes at least 2 times. The German Chocolate Cake is one of the best recipes I have ever tried, I baked this cake three times already and everyone said it was the best German Chocolate Cake they have ever tasted. The Devils Food Cake Frosting is to die for, it alone was worth buying this cookbook, I will use this recipe for the rest of my life. The Red Velvet Cake had a perfect texture it was moist and light just like fluffy pillows. The Coconut Cream Cake had the most wonderful custard frosting that was easy to make and kept well for days in the refrigerator. I made the Yellow Cake with pink frosting for my granddaughter's birthday and it was a hit. I baked all the scone recipes in this cookbook and they all were easy to follow, great for breakfast.
Rit Rit
OK - we both bake. So, this isn't just a book of quickbreads and muffins; some of the recipes demand a little more experience, or lacking that, a sense of adventure and willingness to learn. But since I can't walk past Amy's without a Pecan Sticky Bun of a Cherry Cream or Banana Oat Scone or a Lemon Bar, it's a joy to be able to share these items with family and friends without breaking the bank (at $3 an item - reasonable, but not for a group). There's also a lot of interesting insights into how a professional bakery works (ingredient sourcing, adapting recipes up for huge batches or down for home use, the ebb and flow of life in the store) which makes it a n interesting read (for folks like me who actually read cookbooks for more than the ingredient list!) Also, the Amazon price is far less than the in-bakery price, so this book has been a bargain from the get-go! Enjoy!
Yananoc Yananoc
Ginger snaps recipe was the sole reason we got this book as i grew up near their flagship location and their ginger snaps are delicious! enough said
Tejora Tejora
Great cookies easy to make
Acrobat Acrobat
As a cookbook collector (I got this one for one recipe, but have found many others equally as good), this is a great book. Kudos! Received in better condition than stated and delivery was fast!
Styphe Styphe
I first checked this book out of the library and then decided I needed to purchase so I could use anytime I wanted. The recipes are amazing and everything I have tried has been wonderful and I have gotten rave reviews.
Delalbine Delalbine
I bought this for my niece as a starter cookbook for baking. She indicated a desire to follow in my footsteps as a baker so I sent this book to her. It includes a wide variety of choices and some awesome recipes.
The recipes in this cookbook are a bit complex but are worth the effort. The Coconut Cream Cake I made tasted as good as the slice I had in the NYC bakery. Delicious!