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Book by Better Homes And Gardens

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  • Baguettes de reliure plastique: 416 pages
  • Editeur : Meredith Books; Édition : Spi (15 août 2003)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0696217139
  • ISBN-13: 978-0696217135
  • Dimensions du produit: 21,3 x 3,2 x 22,9 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par L. Régine le 19 mars 2010
Format: Baguettes de reliure plastique Achat vérifié
La mode est aux livres sur les petits biscuits, ou cookies en anglais. Celui-ci est incontestablement le plus complet et le meilleur quant à la variété et la qualité des recettes. En effet, elles sont bien proportionnées en matière grasse et en sucre. J'y ai trouvé la véritable recette de shortbread, friable en bouche, ni trop gras ni trop sec, pas trop sucré. Un délice ! Il y a même des recettes de petits gâteaux de Noël... Les photos sont belles. Tous les gâteaux ne sont pas représentés mais comme ils sont très bien décrits dans les recettes, ce n'est pas gênant. Ce livre est en anglais mais si vous possédez seulement quelques rudiments, il n'y a pas de souci. Il suffit de repérer les mots essentiels. Ils se répètent dans chaque recette.
C'est le livre le plus complet et le plus intéressant concernant les recettes de petits biscuits.
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Good Cookies 6 juillet 2005
Par jerry i h - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Baguettes de reliure plastique Achat vérifié
I like this book very much, and recommend it highly. It is a rare combination of 2 things that I enjoy every much: rich and fattening cookies, and recipes that work.

This book has 475 cookie recipes that have all been thoroughly tested by the test kitchens at Better Homes and Gardens. As such, every recipe I have ever done from this book has worked the first time through. With this many cookies, you are sure to find a recipe that fills the bill, and you will find rarities such as rosettes, cookie gun recipes, and pizzelle. There were some that I did not like, but that is not because the recipe was faulty, but because I just didn't like the cookie (this is especially true of the some of the bar cookies). This is also a handy book if you have youngsters who want to help you make cookies: the recipes won't fail you, and there are several "smiley face" sort of cookies that will appeal to children, and also many bars that are easy to do, even for children.

Also commendable is the format. The book is plastic spiral bound, which means that the book lies flat on the table when you are trying to do a recipe from it. Each recipe has a full page devoted to it, meaning that the text is nice and large and easy to read, and the recipe is nicely spread out over the printed page and not just jammed into a corner of it.

There are a few problems:

1) the most aggravating of which is side-bar mania, that is the placing of important information about techniques, ingredients, and equipment in random places throughout the book where you will never find them when you need them.

2) The actual introductory material on how to bake cookies in general in the first chapter is rather scanty. If all the above mentioned side-bars where collected and put into the first chapter, it might make for a decent primer on cookie making.

3) at one point, the authors suggest that you boil dried fruits in brandy on the stove. This sounds like a good recipe for a kitchen fire.

4) the chapter on bar cookies, in a side bar, admonishes you to always use the correct size pan. By my count, however, the chapter uses 5 different pan sizes, and you are unlikely to have all of them. Would it have been that much trouble to standardize all the bar recipes to one or two pan sizes?

5) this book had its share of marginal recipes: those that used mixes or store-bought cookie doughs, plus all those that have oats and/or dried fruit in them.

6) The flour measurement is spoon-and-sweep, but this important information is buried in a section titled "What makes cookies too dry?"

It has the following chapters (the chapter titles were too cute by half): Cookie Basics, Sweet Spoonfuls, Heavenly Hand-Shaped Cookies, Mold and Pressed Shapes, Slices of Delight, Rolling Pin Favorites, Fabulous Filled Cookies, Simple Shortcuts, Best Bars and Brownies.
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No other book neded 1 avril 2004
Par Margaret Van Meter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Baguettes de reliure plastique
This is THE book, you will need no other. I have been buying the grocery checkout seasonal cookie books for years and now I can give them away. All of my tried and true favorites are in one place now. I bake a lot of cookies and I have been pleased with every recipe I have tried. I look forward to new discoveries. I especially like the separate indexes; holiday suggestions are featured separately. The index also features listings by ingredient, so if you are looking for apricot, or pecan, or oatmeal, you can bake a treat based on what you have at hand. I have bought three of these as gifts already--bridal shower season is here. I collect cookie cookbooks and lately this is the one that I reach for most often. It is underpriced for the value. If it is not in here, there is probably not a recipe for it. I highly recommend this as an investment purchase... You deserve it.
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Eighty tips for making homemade cookies better 6 mai 2004
Par Midwest Book Review - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Baguettes de reliure plastique
Enhanced with more than one hundred mouth-watering color photographs; a comprehensive index and an separate index listing cooky recipes especially appropriate for the holidays; eighty tips for making homemade cookies better than any that can be bought in even the more upscale bakeries; and easy-to-follow methods for making, baking, and decorating cookies, bars, and brownies; the Better Homes & Gardens' Biggest Book Of Cookies is a spiral bound compendium of cookies that will make you hungry just to browse through! From Pecan Crispies; Spiced Apple Drops; Chocolate-Covered Cherry Cookies; and Peppermint Candy Cookies; to Scandinavian Almond Bars; Watermelon Cookies; Gingerbread Cookies; and Mascarpone Creams, every recipe comprising the Biggest Book Of Cookies will turn even the most novice kitchen cook into a world class cookie baking chef!
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Wonderful and easy! 11 février 2007
Par LovethoseSooners - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Baguettes de reliure plastique
I bought this book based on the other reviews, and because over the years I have enjoyed baking with the holiday season baking magazines put out by Better Homes & Gardens. I have had this book about two weeks and have made the Pecan Bars and the Banana Bars. I took the Pecan Bars to a party and within 2 minutes of putting the cookie platter down I had three people ask for the recipe. I made the banana bars yesterday, and thought that I had died and gone to heaven. They are so rich and wonderful especially with the browned butter frosting. I know that I am going to find all kinds of favorites in this book, and that I will have lots of fun baking new things!
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Not just the biggest, but the best! 12 novembre 2012
Par R Helen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Baguettes de reliure plastique
I don't particularly love baking, but somehow I do love making cookies. They seem to be so much easier than cake, and there seems to be less of a chance for something to go wrong. Plus, cookies are just fun and kids love them. If you set out a few choices after dinner, it looks like you've spent loads of time in the kitchen and can be quite impressive. Because I usually make my recipes with margerine not butter or other milk igredients, I needed a book with a lot of diversity. So I picked up this book with 475 cookie choices because I was sure there would be plenty of different types to try. I was definately not mistaken. This book is incredible. It really is the biggest and the best cookie book you will ever have (save Sunset Books's "Cookies"). I've made the Black and White twists (which are not as difficult as they look), substituting margerine for the butter and soy milk for the milk. They got rave reviews when I brought them to a friend's home in honour of her newborn son. I've also made the Chocolate Chip cookies which was one of the better chocolate chip recipes I've tried. The Peanut Butter and Oatmeal Rounds were great and the unique flavors of the Classic Oatmeal cookies (cinnamon and cloves) were something special. But there are so many tempting choices here, I've got loads I still want to try. Also the pictures are heavenly. If the recipes themselves don't inspire, the pictures certainly will. Among the many in this book are Sachertorte cookies, Peanut Butter Blossoms, White Chocolate and Raspberry cookies, Simple Fudge Tarts, and Lemon-Almond Tea Cookies, to name just a few. What I look for most in a cookbook is how easy the recipes will be. This is what makes this book so special. Very few are really complicated (and even those just need extra time, not skill). All are easily done, even by a novice or amateur baker, but seem to produce spectacular results. What more can you ask for really?
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