How to Bake

How to Bake

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By (author) Paul Hollywood

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  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • Format: Paperback | 352 pages
  • Dimensions: 189mm x 246mm
  • Publication date: 1 April 2015
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1408822407
  • ISBN 13: 9781408822401
  • Sales rank: 652,020

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At last, the star of BBC2's The Great British Bake Off reveals all the secrets of his craft in How to Bake. The son of a baker, Paul Hollywood is passionate about busting the myths that surround baking, sharing his finely honed skills, and showing that with the right guidance, anybody can achieve success time after time. With this in mind, he has filled this book with easy-to-follow, clearly explained, utterly delicious recipes. Having taken you through the basic techniques, Paul explains how to make an abundance of breads, pastries, cakes and biscuits including wholemeal loaf, tin bread, ciabatta, focaccia, sour cherry and chocolate loaf, Roquefort and almond bread, fresh croissants, milles feuilles, quiche, classic Victoria sponge, lemon drizzle cake, chocolate temptation cake, buttery shortbread and fiery ginger biscuits. With 120 recipes and luscious photography from Peter Cassidy, How to Bake is the answer to every baker's prayers. Scrumptious.

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Paul Hollywood has shot to fame with his role as a judge on The Great British Bake Off. Before that, he worked as Head Baker at exclusive hotels including Cliveden, the Chester Grosvenor, the Dorchester and the Annabelle and Anassa in Cyprus. He went on to launch The Paul Hollywood Artisan Bread Company, which now supplies Harrods.

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'TV's rising star ... the greatest expert in the history of British television' Guardian