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Baked Elements - Our Ten Favorite Ingredients - cover

Baked Elements - Our Ten Favorite Ingredients

Matt Lewis, Renato Poliafito

Publisher: ABRAMS

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Summary

From the creators of the famous Baked bakeries: Seventy-two inventive new recipes featuring ten irresistible ingredients.   In Baked Elements, the dynamic owners of Baked NYC and Baked Charleston, Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito, put their favorite flavors to the test with seventy-two all-new recipes featuring ten essential ingredients: peanut butter, lemon and lime, caramel, booze, pumpkin, malted milk powder, cinnamon, cheese, chocolate, and banana.   From outrageous cakes, such as Lacy Panty Cakes with Whiskey Sauce, to unbelievable cookies, such as Lime Tarragon, to bars, milkshakes, pies, brownies, tarts, and more, these sweets are delicious enough to satisfy everyday cravings and special enough to spice up any celebration.   Praised by Deb Perelman, creator of Smitten Kitchen, as “full of the stuff of American bakery-case dreams” and hailed by Serious Eats as “drool-worthy,” this essential tome is filled with infographics, quirky facts, and helpful notes that make baking show-stopping desserts as easy as pie.
Available since: 10/01/2012.
Print length: 224 pages.

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