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Buns & Burgers - Handcrafted Burgers from Top to Bottom - cover

Buns & Burgers - Handcrafted Burgers from Top to Bottom

Gregory Berger

Publisher: Mango Media

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Easily craft epically delicious, beautiful burgers and buns from scratch—whether you know your way around the kitchen or not.Make masterful burgers, from top to bottom: In this cookbook, Gregory Berger not only teaches readers how to create delicious burgers, but also provides recipes for baking buns. From classic sesame to black charcoal hamburger buns, learn how to bake your way into creating an Instagram-worthy burger.Easy-to-follow recipes: Berger understands that not everyone has the resources and skills of a professional chef. He himself is a work-at-home dad who picked up baking as a hobby and went on to create bread recipes for some of Sacramento’s top restaurants. That is why all the crowd-pleasing burger and bun recipes in this cookbook are designed to be made by anyone.Tips and tricks for beginner and experienced cooks: We can’t devote endless hours to our meal creations—as much as some of us would like to. Cooking often calls for prioritization. Knowing that we’re making our buns from scratch, Berger shares with readers a few ideas for cutting corners in other areas―such as mixing Blood Mary spices into store-bought mayo for a delicious aioli sauce. Discover inside:· Over thirty amazing bun recipes, complete with photos· Time-saving shortcuts· Mouth-watering recipes like the cotija and green onion bun with a black bean and sweet potato burger, topped with roasted poblano mayoPerfect for fans of such cookbooks as Bread Baking for Beginners, Flour Water Salt Yeast, The Food Lab, The Best Simple Recipes, and the America’s Test Kitchen series.
Available since: 09/15/2019.
Print length: 247 pages.

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