The Breads of France and How to Bake Them in Your Own Kitchen

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An introduction to the pleasures of French artisanal breads. It collects together bread recipes from some of the most esteemed bakers in France, along with vignettes of French culture, history, bread-making lore and black-and-white photographs.

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bookwomanAnnie

Sep 3, 2009

baking French breads

I have Bernard Clayton's other bread book, 'New Complete Book of Breads' (which is excellent). The recipes in 'Breads of France' seem clear and straightforward, no unusual ingredients or techniques. I enjoyed reading Mr. Clayton's personal comments about the various areas of France where the different breads he included originated. Rather than using this book as a cookbook, I have enjoyed it more as a history and commentary on French breads.

Other books I would recommend for learning to make authentic French breads are 'Artisan Baking Across America,' by Maggie Glezer; and Jeffrey Hamelman's book of techniques and recipes simply titled 'Bread.'

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