Bourke Street Bakery

Bourke Street Bakery

4.38 (112 ratings by Goodreads)
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4.38 (112 ratings by Goodreads)
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Bourke Street Bakery is a sumptuously illustrated guide to baking and includes all the techniques, hints and tips the novice will ever need to achieve artisanal quality bread and pastry at home. Passionate owners Paul Allam and David McGuiness share the secrets of more than 90 of their exceptional creations. Beautiful photography captures the mouthwatering detail of the buttery, crumbly fare as well as the infectious vibe of the bakery itself.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 368 pages
  • 190 x 250 x 43.18mm | 1,484g
  • Millers Point, Australia
  • English
  • colour illus
  • 1741964334
  • 9781741964332
  • 52,957

About Paul Allam

Paul Allam and David McGuinness are both chefs, bakers and co-owners of the popular Bourke Street Bakery that first opened its doors in the bustling Sydney suburb of Surry Hills in 2004. The bakery quickly gained legendary status for its rustic bread, gourmet pies and mouthwatering sweets.
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112 ratings
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Bourke Street bakery is highly popular in Sydney and my friend takes me to one of their stores every time I visit. Always busy and the products are super fresh and tasty. This book is FILLED with great recipes from the shop. A great mix of sweet and savoury. Lovely pictures as well. Nice to have a baking book with excellent savouries - a nice change I more
by Mary Mead
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