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by Adriana Rabinovich

eBook The Little Red Barn Baking Book: Small Treats with Big Flavor download ISBN: 0609806300
Author: Adriana Rabinovich
Publisher: Three Rivers Press (July 18, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 144
ePub: 1869 kb
Fb2: 1273 kb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: lrf mbr mobi txt
Category: Cooking
Subcategory: Baking

In The Little Red Barn Baki Everyone loves a warm and crumbly homemade treat hot out of the oven.

In The Little Red Barn Baki Everyone loves a warm and crumbly homemade treat hot out of the oven. In The Little Red Barn Baking Book, she reveals how easy it is to shower big treats on friends and family

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by Adriana Rabinovich. Everyone loves a warm and crumbly homemade treat hot out of the oven . I bought this book and found myself as engrossed with the anecdotes and clever design layout as by the recipes. I read it cover to cover and then started baking. To which I reply - get your own book!

The Little Red Barn is renowned for mouth-watering, wholesome treats, home-baked just the way mother used to make them - or at least how Adriana Rabinovich's mother used to make them.

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The Little Red Barn is renowned for mouth-watering, wholesome treats, home-baked just the way mother used to make them - or at least how Adriana Rabinovich's mother used to. .Included in this book are many family recipes.

The Little Red Barn is renowned for mouth-watering, wholesome treats, home-baked just the way mother used to make them - or at least how Adriana Rabinovich's mother used to make them. Adriana has grown up with, some she has gathered over the years and others she has refined whilst developing products for her company, The Little Red Barn. But whatever its origin, each recipe uses only the best natural ingredients and an easy-to-follow method to give scrumptious results every time.

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The Big Red Barn is a heart warming story about life at, you guessed it, a Big Red Barn. Children's stories are kind of obvious like that. Anyhow, this charming story is matched with equally beautiful illustrations, by Felicia Bond, to depict a lyrical dance starting with the barn's location, then on to its appearance, activities and most importantly its farm animal occupants. Babies just love to love animals and learn the fascinating sounds that they make. This love has lasted a long time for my family. I received the Big Red Barn as a baby shower gift and fell in love, even before.

Everyone loves a warm and crumbly homemade treat hot out of the oven. But who knew that making cookies,  cakes, pies, and brownies could be so much fun? Adriana Rabinovich, owner of the Little Red Barn company, is a master at creating dense, moist cakes; gooey brownies; and buttery cookies that have her customers oohing and aahing with pleasure. In The Little Red Barn Baking Book, she reveals how easy it is to shower big treats on friends and family.     Adriana's desserts, breads, and party tidbits all pack a flavor punch and they're so addictive no one will want to stop at a "tiny sliver." Pumpkin Gingerbread, Velvet Butter Cupcakes, Coconut Cream Pie, and Cheesecake Swirl Brownies are guaranteed crowd pleasers. Even the hapless home cook will soon be turning out pies, strudels, and layer cakes smothered in buttercream frosting just like Grandma used to make. Adriana works her magic on muffins, biscuits, and scones; quick breads; cakes and frostings; pies, tarts, and strudels; brownies; and cookies with surefire recipes that are simple to prepare. She also shares family strategies for entertaining on the quick with recipes for hors d'oeuvres such as Dijon Parmesan Hearts, Sesame Choux Puffs, and Crisp-Baked Polenta Sticks. And for home cooks who tremble at the idea of kneading dough or rolling out pastry, Adriana provides a section on basic techniques, as well as tips for picture-perfect results.Adriana makes it effortless to sprint to the finish line at a bake sale, dazzle friends and neighbors at a potluck, or compete with Mom's sacred pecan pie. With maximum pleasure and minimum fuss, she truly makes baking fun again.
Comments: (3)
Debeme
Every recipe I have made from this book has been right on the money, and this is a book I choose to give others as a gift. The molasses cookies have become a family favorite, while the snickerdoodles are perfect with tea or coffee. Yum.
sergant
While I consider myself to be an accomplished cook, I've never been all that good at baking...in actual fact most of the cakes and cookies I've ever baked have turned out to be inedible! This book, however, is a godsend and all the recipes turn out perfectly every single time. The results have been an absolute hit with my family, friends and dinner guests, and I'm sure you'll not be disappointed either. You have simply not lived if you haven't yet tried her 'Devil's food cake', a divine, rich chocolate cake. I also love the Cinnamon Buns, Zucchini and poppy seed loaf, Savoury Pumpkin Bread and Cheesecake Swirl Brownies.
The book does not restrict itself to desserts and has a small section on canapes and hors d'oeuvres. Try the Spicy Gougeres (a savoury version of a profiterole made with Gruyere cheese), the caramelized onion tarlets or the Pepper jam tartlets. Yum!
Rageseeker
I bought this book and found myself as engrossed with the anecdotes and clever design layout as by the recipes. I read it cover to cover and then started baking. The recipes are simple to follow and yet emerge from the oven to rave reviews and requests for the recipe. To which I reply -- get your own book! This one won't sit on the shelf collecting dust. It will be up on the counter, spine nicely cracked, gathering flour and bits of chocolate in between the pages.