Quick Bread Cookbook: The 50 Most Delicious Quick Bread Recipes by Julie Hatfield
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Overview: There are few things in life more enjoyable than the smell of freshly baked bread being pulled from the oven. The process of baking homemade bread turns a culinary exercise into a heart-warming experience, cultivating feelings of tradition and family. Bread baking seems to elicit a primal response from homemakers, family providers, and guest entertainers alike. It is a soulful process, reminiscent of providing for a family, fulfilling a historical need of literally putting bread on the table.
Yet modern life leaves little room for the steps involved in bread baking, as traditional yeast bread requires excessive foresight, and many types of breads require hours of preparation. The solution is quick bread. Typically ready in less than an hour, quick bread allows for preserving those feelings of home cultivation in a modern way.
This book provides a bread recipe for every need, whether you want unflavored, savory or sweet bread. If you want to make a delicious sandwich with freshly baked bread, unflavored quick bread is exactly what you need. If you need something to go along with a pasta dish or to dip in a delicious bowl of soup, savory breads are a perfect solution. And finally, if you’re craving for something sweet, there is a variety of chocolate or fruit incorporated breads that can be made in no time at all.
Genre: Non Fiction Cookbook