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Chad Robertson (co-owner, with his wife, Elisabeth Prueitt, of San Francisco's Tartine, Bar Tartine) brings his master Tartine Bread technique to those who may not have the chance to try the famed Bay Area loaves hot out of the oven. This "baker's guidebook" is divided into four parts: Basic Country Bread; Semolina and Whole-Wheat Breads; Baguettes and Enriched Breads; and Day-Old Bread. Robertson's basic recipe is explained in depth with numbered steps, and consists of making a natural leaven and baking in a cast-iron cooker. The author's passionate tone and tales of baking apprenticeships, along with top-notch step-by-step photos, elevate the title from mere manual to enjoyable read. The later sections include variations on the basic recipe; bread-to-use recipes for sandwiches; bruschetta; and salads and entrees made with croutons and breadcrumbs. The sophisticated and clean design, exceptional photos, and padded cover give the book a luxurious feel. (Nov.)
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"...the most beautiful bread book yet published..." -- The New York TimesSee all Editorial Reviews
Perhaps the best bread recipe available. Many other recipes are also included (croissants, other breads, etc) If you are willing to create and manage a sourdough starter, this... Read morePublished 7 days ago by S. Bowman
Tartine Bread far exceeded my already high expectations. Chad Robertson is a master bread maker and baker and this book is filled with lots of wonderful recipes. Read morePublished 10 days ago by L. J. Gonzalez
I love that I got this as a Kindle download. I can look up recipes online to see if I need to shop for ingredients on the way home or share with a friend without having to lug out... Read morePublished 23 days ago by JoanD
This goes with the other 2 books on Bread. It is one of my favorite things to bake.Published 1 month ago by Lynda Chevalier
The bread is superb and just what I wanted however.....the starter must be tended every day, and my life gets too busy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by P J
tried one of his recipe/formulas and messed it up completely and the bread still turned out GREAT. This guy is good!Published 1 month ago by MC