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    Desserts from a Pressure Cooker

    When I announced to my dinner guests the other night that the cheesecake I was serving came out of a pressure cooker, I got a few raised eyebrows. But one…

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    Grate frozen bread for breadcrumbs

    Whenever I have leftover bread-end pieces, sliced bread, or rolls not eaten at dinner parties-I throw them into a zip-top bag in my freezer. Then when I need breadcrumbs, I…

  • How-To

    How to Shape a Bâtard

    A bâtard, or torpedo loaf, is a classic shape of bread in its own right, but it's also the first step in creating a baguette or even a pan loaf.…

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    How to Shape a Boule

    Learn how to create the classic round French loaf known as a boule with bread authority Peter Reinhart. Not only is a boule a versatile shape on its own, it's also the…

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    Bread Baking Guide

    Baking recipes, techniques, and tools for novices and experts alike

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    Book Reviews: Baking Bread at Home

    I love bread, all kinds of bread: baguettes, ciabattas, sourdough, white, whole wheat, rye—you name it. But I’m definitely not a bread baker. Or rather, I wasn’t a bread baker.…

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    Yeast 101

    Active or instant? Slow rise or fast? Baker Peter Reinhart has the scoop on yeast.

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    Holding Bread Dough in the Refrigerator

    Q: Once bread dough rises, is there a way to hold the dough if you are unable to bake it right away? Christine Barron, via email, None A: Bread dough can…

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    How to Avoid Overfermentation

    Q: Sometimes when I make bread (especially brioche) I notice a very strong, unpleasant alcohol taste in the finished loaf. What causes this and how can I avoid it? Jennifer Davis,…

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    Differences in Yeast

    Q: I see so many different packets of dry yeast at the store. What’s the difference between active dry, instant, and quick-rise yeast? Are any as good as fresh yeast? Tom…