Paul Hollywood is Britain's favourite master baker. His new book is all about bread - how to make it and how to use it. But while it's all very well making a...... more
Paul Hollywood is Britain's favourite master baker. His new book is all about bread - how to make it and how to use it. But while it's all very well making a lovely loaf of bread, can you guarantee that it won't be wasted? You know those times when you have a lovely crusty loaf, fresh from the oven, and you have a horrible feeling that after the initial excitement is over, half of it's going to get pushed aside and not eaten? Well, maybe it's time to bring bread back into mealtimes for real. Not only does Paul teach you exactly how to make a variety of breads, but for each one there is a spin-off recipe that shows you how to make a fantastic meal of it. The book has six chapters, each with five bread recipes - plus the spin-off recipes for main courses. Not only are Paul's recipes delicious but they are also foolproof, with comprehensive step-by-step photographs. Try your hand at a basic white bloomer, which can become a savoury picnic loaf; stilton and bacon rolls, which are excellent served with celery soup; fluffy crumpets, which become the base for eggs Benedict; flatbreads, which are a natural pairing with chickpea masala; ciabatta, which the Italians have traditionally used as a base for tomatoey panzanella; pizza bases, which can become home-made fig, Parma ham and Gorgonzola pizzas; or white chocolate and raspberry bread, which makes for the best summer pudding you've ever tasted. Tying in with the BBC2 television series, Paul Hollywood's Bread is all that you could want from a book and more. Get baking!
The Encyclopedia of Sandwiches Susan Russo,Matt Armendariz
What's in a Monte Cristo? Who eats Spaghetti Sandwiches? And what makes a sandwich a sandwich? Find out in the entertaining and illuminating Encyclopedia of...... more
What's in a Monte Cristo? Who eats Spaghetti Sandwiches? And what makes a sandwich a sandwich? Find out in the entertaining and illuminating Encyclopedia of Sandwiches, a handy pocket reference to the best food since, well, sliced bread. As Alan Davidson notes in the Oxford Companion to Food, Sandwiches take so many forms in the modern world that a catalog would be a book. Finally, here is that book! The small but mighty Encyclopedia of Sandwiches catalogs every sandwich imaginable, providing compelling definitions, authentic recipes, and full-color photographs diagramming each sandwich's glorious construction-not to mention fascinating regional & historical trivia: the Croque-Monsieur, loosely translated as Mister Crunch or Mister Crisp, was invented by accident - French workers left Ham and Cheese sandwiches in lunch tins near hot radiators, melting into gooey toasted deliciousness by lunchtime; crispy fried white bread layered with creamy peanut butter, bananas, and bacon is a sandwich fit for a king - and the King ate so many that The Elvis was named after him; and, quick how-to instructions for superior sandwich construction that will ensure that every Dagwood is properly overstuffed, every Lobster Roll is toasted to buttery perfection, and every Sloppy Joe is deliciously gloppy! The Encyclopedia of Sandwiches is a must-have for sandwich aficionados everywhere.
Advantages: good price at the mo Disadvantages: none
...After discovering lots of burgers and sausages in my freezer last week I decided we would have a family barbeque last weekend all I needed was some rolls and the sun . I decided it might not be nice enough to eat outside but at least I could cook outside.
So on the hunt for bread rolls in Tesco I came across a pack of 6 white soft rolls.
These rolls are not burger sized bap's but big enough...
Advantages: Cheap and often on offer too. Disadvantages: Rather bland .
...I'm reviewing Tesco soft white rolls.
These are the round rolls rather than the finger rolls/hot dog rolls.
They cost around 60p for a PK of 6. ( For some reason the price can vary between 60p and 68p .)
The reason I bought these rather than our usual burger baps is because these are smaller , and as they would be used for burgers for little Holly...
...bag with a photograph of a sliced white loaf on the front and the back and I'm told it's Tesco 'Value' Medium Sliced White Bread and there's an at a glance nutritional chart on there, I'm told it's suitable for Vegetarians and that it's freezable. Other information on the bag includes being given a list of ingredients and being given allergy advice, I'm told how to store it and a full nutritional...