Pastry-making

by Ann Hardy

Publisher: G. Bell in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 90 Downloads: 775
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A Bell handbook.

  This is very much an international book on pastry making, considering, as it does, not only strudel of the German and Austrian kitchens and puff .   This is a vintage cook book focusing on creating a plethora of impressive and delicious sweets and desserts, with supplementary sections on pastry making. From cakes and buns to fancy biscuits, Sweetmeats, and beyond, this profusely-illustrated collection of Pages: Dough (Pâte in French, Pasta in Italian) is a paste made out of the flour of any cereal (grain) or leguminous food, moistened and kneaded but not baked. This step is a precursor to its use in cooking in numerous ways such as making bread, pasta, noodles, pastry, cookies and muffins among other uses. Pastry is essentially a type of bread and so many different types exist that there is no one way to classify them. Their chief differences have to do with their fat, the type used, its proportion, and how it is introduced it into the flour. The two main types of classification used here are: NONLAMINATED PASTRY, where solid fat is cut into the flour, or added as melted or liquid oil; or.

  Does anyone have any suggestions on a professional-level book of pastry-making, specifically the small confections found at places like Payard etc. I'm looking to get beyond the cakes, tarts, and candies and work at making more decorative small pieces (Payard is a good example, as is Gerard Mulot in Paris, and, if anyone has been there, the new.   This is truly a GREATpastry book. Pastry making is an art that requires good techniques. But the author Richard Bertinet has made the pastry making process easy to understand and easy to follow with lots of step~by~step instructions that helped me to get great results. I am sooo happy that I bought this s:   This book changed my technique for making pastry doughs. Ever since I switched to Roux's technique my crusts ALWAYS turn out perfect. Always. The recipes work and are delicious (one note is that I always use the metric measurements from this book as I think they are more accurate than the other measurements given)/5. 3 65 Super Easy Finger Foods to Make for Any Party From chips and dip to one-bite apps, finger foods are the perfect way to kick off a party. Read More.

There are not many books that have information suitable for the baking & pastry professional or student, and this is one of the few. This book is out of print and is in such high demand, that used copies have sometimes gone for more than a c-note (hint to book publishers).   Based on the classic French method of making puff pastry, but is assembled inverted, or “inside out”. Where a traditional puff pastry is made by wrapping a block of butter (beurrage) with a. Shortcrust pastry is nothing more than a mixture of flour, usually plain flour or all-purpose, as it is known in the US, and a fat, either butter, lard, or a mixture of are bound together with either cold water or with egg for a richer pastry.

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$ # What an excellent book. As a once professional Chef and having lost most of my cook books due to relocating I have started to build up my cook book library and I came across this fine book.

For the pastry enthusiast this is a must have covering all the fundamentals of the pastry making section, in fact listing some recipies i didn't know.5/5(3). You probably enjoyed it in the coffee shop or café that you frequently visit.

If you would like to make the same pastries at home, this recipe book offers many delightful pastry recipes that are easy to make and calls for common ingredients that can be bought even in your local supermarket or grocery store/5(10). There are lots of pastry hints and tips, including how to bake each recipe with alternative pastry and fillings.

The book itself is just as beautiful as Julie's first book, Pastry-making book Baker, with stunning, mouthwatering pictures to accompany each bake. With this book at hand, I feel much more confident to have a go at pastry/5(43).

In The Making of a Pastry Chef, pâtissière-author Andrew MacLauchlan presents more than 30 of these talented chefs, exploring with them what it is they actually do, how their own interest in dessert making developed and expresses itself, career trajectories, and more/5(25).

Pastry chefs and bakers from Mah-Ze-Dahr Bakery, Café Altro Paradiso, Bien Cuit, Ovenly, and more recommend their favorite baking cookbooks, including the best baking cookbook for beginners and Author: Maxine Builder. I hope you can find time to indulge in the wonders found on the pages of each and every one of these important books: Pâtisserie at Home by Will Torrent La Pâtisserie des Rêves by Philippe Conticini and Thierry Teyssier Pâtisserie by Will and Suzue Curley The Art of French Pastry.

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This can be used as a base for cheese or fruit Danishes, or elephant ears and bear claws. The Pastry Books of Yves Thuries The first, is a series of books from a famous pastry chef named Yves Thuries. The books include recipes from some very well known pastry. A guide to making great pastry, with tips and illustrated, step-by-step techniques.

The book provides all the information you need to know about making pastries and pies at home - 4/5(7). The book starts with a breakdown of basic techniques — like the difference between creaming and blending — and eventually works its way up to delicate macarons and elaborate dessert : Maxine Builder.

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I really want one with clearly written instructions and as many pictures as possible. My sister is starting pastry chef classes next month and I am looking for a GREAT Christmas gift for her.

Thanks. This is the complete guide to successful pastry making, with delicious recipes and all the essential information you need to make perfect pastry every time.

It includes recipes for all the types of pastry, from shortcrust and choux to puff, strudel, hot-water crust and filo. It offers. HANDLING THE DOUGH Too much handling = Tough pastry Causes gluten to overdevelop Handle gently at all times and as little as possible DO NOT: Overmix the dough when adding liquid Use the rolling pin vigorously Stretch the pastry into the pie plate.

This may not be the perfect book for the home cook but if you want to become a pastry chef or get into the business, this is a MUST HAVE. No part of the art of pastry making is omitted.

It does tend to get a little technical for a novice, then again I don't think it is really geared for that audience/5. Pastry Books Pastry books from Grupo Vilbo, written by critically acclaimed authors, about pastry, ice cream, chocolate, baked products, and so on.

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Pastry perfected —Try your hand at mouthwatering recipes for tarts, turnovers, eclairs, and more. Uncover the secrets of pastry-making with the foolproof guidance of this pastry : Callisto Media. Pastry | This is the complete guide to successful pastry making, with delicious recipes and all the essential information you need to make perfect pastry every time.

It includes recipes for all the types of pastry, from shortcrust and choux to puff, strudel, hot-water crust and filo. This is the complete art of pastry making. This is the complete guide to successful pastry making, with delicious recipes and all the essential information you need to make perfect pastry every time.

It includes recipes for all the types of pastry, from shortcrust Reviews: Product Information. This new book is a straightforward guide to making great pastry. Helped by plenty of expert tips and illustrated, step-by-step techniques, even new pastry cooks will achieve excellent results. If you’re ready to plunge into the craft of making pastries, there are few books as thorough as “ The Art of French Pastry ” (Knopf, $40), by master pastry chef Jacquy Pfeiffer with local author.

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Wow, this book is an absolute gem, I’ve never been very confident baking/cooking with pastry but ‘The Pastry School’ has inspired me so much. This book teaches beginners like myself how to work with pastry, making it an enjoyable success with lots of fabulous & varied recipes, all with a different twist to what’s out there s: Pastry Thisarticleisaboutthefood.

Forthedistributedhash tablesystem,seePastry(DHT). Seealso:Listofpastries Pastryisadoughofflour,waterandshorteningthatmay. Greek cuisine is famous for its pies and pastry desserts. We love making “pittes” (pies) and the philosophy behind this amazing traditional food was to make good use of whatever they had at hand.

Pie: 80+ Pies and Pastry Delights is the definitive pie cookbook, unlocking the secrets to making a truly melt-in-your-mouth pie. Complete with meat pies, seafood pies, vegetarian pies, sweet pies and not-quite-a-pie pies (such as sausage rolls, flans, tarts, shortcakes, pasties, plaits.

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The tinned-plated tart pan features a removable bottom, 11 inches in diameter and 1 inch deep.Find pastry recipes, videos, and ideas from Food Network.The Butter Book is a creation of world-renowned Pastry Chefs Sébastien Canonne, M.O.F., and Jacquy Pfeiffer who are also the founders of The French Pastry School in Chicago, Illinois.

For the past 25 years, Chef Sébastien and Chef Jacquy have been training thousands of pastry chefs.