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The great British bake off: how to avoid a soggy bottom: and other secrets to achieving a a good bake

The great British bake off: how to avoid a soggy bottom: and other secrets to achieving a a good bake

Baker, Gerard, author

This title provides everything you need to know about baking from 'The Great British Bake Off' team. Full of practical advice, it answers over 150 essential baking questions and looks at the common techniques we use and the history of how they came about

Book. English.
Published London: BBC Books, 2013
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Available at Bromsgrove, Droitwich, Evesham, Rubery and Warndon.

  • Bromsgrove – One available in 641.815/GRE

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  • Droitwich – One available in 641.815/GRE

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  • Evesham – One available in 641.815/GRE

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  • Rubery – One available in 641.815/GRE

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  • Warndon – One available in 641.815/GRE

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    700040249526 641.815/GRE ANF Hardback Available
  • Malvern – Earliest copy due back 30th November

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    70004023619X 641.815/GRE ANF Hardback Due back 30th November
  • The Hive – Earliest copy due back 2nd December

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    700040249518 Level 1: Quick Choice 641.815/GRE ANF Hardback Due back 2nd December

Details

Statement of responsibility: Gerard Baker
ISBN: 1849905894, 9781849905893
Note: TV tie-in.
Note: Includes index.
Physical Description: 222 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 21 cm
Subject: Cake.; Food and Drink.; Baking Miscellanea.; Bread.; Pastry.

Author note

Gerard Baker is an author and broadcaster who specialises in British food culture and history. He has worked for the seminal BBC Radio Four Food Programme since 1996 and has been a columnist on a number of national titles includingThe Times,BBC Good Foodand theKitchen Garden.

Gerard has appeared in a number of television series, most regularly with the Hairy Bikers. He has degrees in both science and history which give him a unique perspective on our baking heritage. Other books published by Gerard Baker includeMrs Beeton:

How to Cook.