Cook’s Illustrated Baking Cookbook Giveaway!
If you are a baker, at any level of expertise…
If you are an aspiring baker… you need this cookbook.
Cook’s Illustrated takes the guessing game out of the whys and why nots in recipes. They’ll tell you why you’re using this type of flour, what X amount of sugar will do to your cake, why 1 egg yolk is better than 1 egg, etc etc.
There’s a reason Cook’s Illustrated is hailed as the “Food Geek’s Bible.” A baking science junkie like myself couldn’t WAIT to get my hands on this cookbook!
The cookbook is black and white, and full of 650+ illustration guides.
Its 450+ timeless classics include:
Chocolate sheet cake, buttery croissants (and what butter does to your croissants), coconut cream pie, rustic Italian bread, almond ring coffee cake, cream cheese brownies, blueberry pie, ultimate banana bread, dinner rolls, lemon bundt cake, whole wheat bread, pumpkin pie, peanut butter sandwich cookies, chewy chocolate cookies, classic pan pizza, rosemary focaccia, bagels, chocolate raspberry torte, ultimate chocolate cupcakes, NY style crumb cake, boston cream pie, pecan bars, macaroons, meringue cookies, and Gingerbread.
You’ll also learn (with visuals):
- How to decorate cookies
- How to form shortbread
- The best way to frost a cake
- How to roll out pie dough
- How to pit cherries
- How to shape scones
- Best way to transport pies
- How to spread a meringue topping
Fifteen chapters covering everything from baking basics, quick breads, muffins, scones, sweet rolls, doughnuts, coffee cakes, griddle cakes, waffles, granola, yeasted rolls, pizza, cookies, brownies, fruit cakes, angel food cakes, pound cakes, layer cake, crepes, pies, tarts, savory quiches, pastry, baked custards, puddings, and soufflés.
Each recipe is tested 40-50+ times. So you KNOW it works.
Cook’s Illustrated is in no way paying me to say this, but this cookbook is by far the best cookbook I have ever owned. And I own hundreds of them. It’s my baking bible.
It is a fantastic gift for any of the bakers in your life this holiday season. In fact, it was on my wish list until I received one.
And today, I’m giving you this FREE!
How to enter:
Use the rafflecopter below to enter. Not sure how to use rafflecopter? Read below.
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Once you are logged in, the first and mandatory entry option is to leave a comment on this post telling me what kind of food you want to learn how to make. Congrats! You are now entered in the giveaway. At this point, you can quit, or you can carry on and enter more times via the other ways listed. Just go down the list within the rafflecopter box. You don’t have to even leave my website for these additional entries. For these additional entries, make sure you follow the prompts.
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*The giveaway ends Sunday, November 17th at 12am EST.
*Winner will be emailed and will have 48 hours to respond or else a new winner will be selected.