A Baker's Recipe Keeper: An Organizer for Your Favorite Desserts and Breads
Edited by Natasha Tabori Fried
Life is unsure, always eat your dessert first. -Anon
How many times have you clipped a recipe from a newspaper or magazine for a fabulous dessert, or printed it off the Internet and then "lost" it in a drawer? Welcome's charming new A Baker's Recipe Keeper is designed to be the perfect place to collect and hold the recipes for all your favorite sweets or most successful breads.
Just like Welcome's best-selling Recipe Keeper, but designed specifically for bakers, A Baker's Recipe Keeper has three-ring binding, which allows for the easy removal and addition of new pages in a standard 8 1/2 x 11" size. Blank sheets are ready to be filled in with handwritten recipes, while the empty clear plastic adhesive sheets provide the perfect storage for published recipes photocopied from cookbooks or recipe cards from family and friends. With an "equivalents and substitutions" table specifically with baking in mind, as well as other useful tips and suggestions for equipment, A Baker's Recipe Keeper comes packed with everything a home baker could need.
Aside from its wonderful array of practical features, A Baker's Recipe Keeper makes the perfect gift for everyone thanks to its whimsical design. Featured on each tab is vintage artwork and inspiring quotes from famous dessert lovers such as Marie Antoinette, George Bernard Shaw, and Homer Simpson. Collecting recipes, for breads, muffins, pies and sweets has never been so fun and easy -- so start clipping, and bon appétit!
Colorful tabs separate and organize recipes by type and occasion for simple, easy access, including: • Breads • Brownies & Bars • Cakes & Cupcakes • Cookies • Muffins & Quick Breads • Pies, Tarts, Cobblers & Crisps • Holidays Favorites
About The Author
NATASHA TABORI FRIED is the managing editor of Welcome Books. She has conceived, edited, and produced numerous titles, including The Christmas Almanac, The Little Big Book of Love, and The Little Big Book of Comfort Food. She lives in New York with her husband and son.