Concerning Cake Making

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Read Books, 2008 - Cooking - 268 pages
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Originally published in 1932. This little book contains something for everyone desiring to excel in home baking. There are a variety of novelties for experienced folk, but there is also definite instruction in the preliminaries of Cake Making, and recipes of the simple economical variety with which a novice may make a succesful trial trip. It is a great temptation, on seeing an interesting recipe, to plunge into the making without due forethought, and I would urge the inexperienced to note the Success Secrets, and to read the chapter on Modern Cake Making thoroughly before beginning work. All the recipes have been testes (and eaten ) many times and are in constant use in teaching Cookery Students. Contents include: Concerning Cakes - Preparation - Making - Baking - Icing - Varieties of Cakes, Pastries, Pastry Making - Cake, Old and New - Cakes of Some English Counties - Scotch and Irish Cakes - French Cakes - Canadian and American Cakes.

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