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Good Eating's Quick Breads: A Collection of Convenient and Unique Recipes for Muffins, Scones, Loaves and Moreby Chicago Tribune Staff
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Good Eating's Quick Breads provides a broad selection of quick bread recipes—all of which are made with a leavening agent like baking powder or soda instead of yeast to permit immediate baking—that are easily prepared and always enjoyed.
An engaging and helpful introduction to baking quick breads precedes recipes that cover everything from scones, muffins, and pancakes to biscuits, savory loaves, and sweet loaves baked with fruits, nuts, and spices. For those who rarely bake, or even for those who regularly do looking for something new, quick breads are perfect sure-success recipes that can be prepared for any occasion.
Written in the friendly tone of the Chicago Tribune and compiled from recipes kitchen-tested by the staff's award-winning food writers, Good Eating's Quick Breads is a terrific addition to any home cook's library. Filled with full-color photographs, helpful hints, and interesting back-stories, this book is a wonderful, straightforward way to add a unique twist to any chef's repertoire.
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This book is not free, it is 6.99 and all you see are six pages to decide upon it. For that much and it doesn't even tell you how many recipes are in the book I don't think it's worth it. It's just a leaflet type book the paper put out and should be free. I can get what is shown elsewhere.
I like this its free and its for bread so why not get it right