"Piece of Cake...offers more than 120 recipes for classic American treats — think brownies, peanut butter cookies and blueberry muffins. Black and white cheesecake, an honest-to-goodness New York crumb cake, and cakes from bundts to babkas join the fun." ~Associated Press
Piece of Cake: Home Baking Made Simpleby David Muniz, David Lesniak
Rediscover the authentic taste and quality of 120 delightful home-baked classic American treats. A bumper-size celebration of home-style baking, these simple yet deeply satisfying brownies, muffins, cookies, and cakes are the essence of home baking, yet most people only know these as staples of the supermarket bakery aisle.With roots in New Jersey and Mississippi respectively, David Muniz and David Lesniak’s mission is to introduce a new generation of bakers to the genuine taste and authentic quality of these classic American treats when made from scratch and baked at home. They share their irresistible favorites, such as blueberry muffins, chocolate walnut brownies, and peanut butter cookies. They also include new takes on some old standbys, like white chocolate and raspberry cupcakes and red velvet cheesecake. Of course, the book also features an array of variations on the signature item at their acclaimed bakery: the whoopie pie, for which they have single-handedly created a craze in Britain.
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Meet the Author
David Muniz and David Lesniak own and run Outsider Tart, the first American bakery in London. Rachel Allen, author of eight best-selling books, is a popular chef on the BBC’s Saturday Kitchen and teaches at Ireland’s prestigious Ballymaloe Cookery School.
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This book is full of wonderful recipes. I want to make every one of them! The photography is beautiful. I originally checked this book out from my local library, and when my renewal limit was up, I had to make the purchase. If you skip this one, you will certainly be missing out on a gorgeous and well written baking book.
This book is unremarkable, reflecting the recipes it contains. Barnes and Noble sells many fine baking books, but this is not one of them. Skip over this book and browse the others that are available.