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The Ultimate Bread Machine Cookbook

October 18, 2010 · Posted in Bestselling Cooking Books 


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This comprehensive guide shows you how and provides 150 heart-warming classic recipes. The recipes are organized into chapters by styles of bread, and include different types from all around the world. Each has been tested and adapted for baking at home with your bread machine so that you can prepare all of your favorite breads with ease…. More >>

The Ultimate Bread Machine Cookbook

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5 Responses to “The Ultimate Bread Machine Cookbook”

  1. Joanna on October 18th, 2010 5:48 am

    I have several breadmaking books I use with my bread machine, and this is by FAR my favorite (I have the update 2002 Hermes House Edition, but it is essentially the very same book)! Receipes are very easy to follow (no impossible to find ingredients), and directions are concise. I have yet to have a receipe turn out anything but a wonderful, tasty loaf of bread… and the aroma is to die for!!! I love the numerous photographs too! Buy this book if you are thinking of buying ANY breadmachine book! 5 Stars!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. USA on October 18th, 2010 8:00 am

    This is the best bread machine cookbook I have ever seen. The recipes are delicious and easy to follow, unlike those in some bread machine cookbooks where the print is too small, too faint to be seen, or which irritatingly instruct one to follow the instructions that come with one’s bread machine in regards to the order of adding ingredients. (This last is ridiculous as the order of adding ingredients depends on the yeast you use and whether you plan to use a delayed bake setting not on your model of bread machine.) The recipes in the book are each accompanied by a large colored photo of the finished bread so that you can get a good idea what it will look like before you start baking. This is very useful for me as I am a very visually oriented person and like to see what the results should look like before I start cooking. It also helps me choose which bread I would like to bake that day.

    I also like the colored photos that accompany the explanation of what can go wrong in baking as it is difficult to get a mental image of these in prose only copy and it is tedious to slog through a long list of possible mistakes looking for just the one you are interested in fixing.

    I have a Sunbeam 5891 bread machine, which is just about the cheapest cost-wise on the market nowadays and bread made in it using these recipes turns out great every time. I am the house manager for a small private girl’s dorm and all the girls use the cookbook and the machine with perfect results every time. Everybody agrees it is a great cookbook and I heartily recommend it to anyone seeking to make bread in a bread machine.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Randolph Schild on October 18th, 2010 8:33 am

    I have never had a bad loaf with this book! I use the updated Hermes House edition (2002)(Cooks Encyclopedia version) but essentially the same great book! You can’t go wrong with this one! I have used it with my great TR888 and TR700 bread machines and I make at least 2 loaves a week.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. L. Sharpe on October 18th, 2010 11:15 am

    This book is GREAT! I actually have the 2002 Hermes House version but have bought this version as gifts. I have another book plus manufacturer’s books (I’m on my second breadmaker) and this book tops them every time. The proportions are different than the other books and work great! I’ve made breads (sun dried tomato is my favorite although I add basil, oregano, and garlic powder), rolls, pizza dough (the best ever), the small pizza’s (sfincione), the focaccia, pitas – all are great and my kids request them over and over.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Anonymous on October 18th, 2010 12:47 pm

    The book has many colorful pictures@ recipe quants. for 1, 11/2 &2 lb. loaves. That aside,4 of the recipes I tried were disasters, esp.the french bread(no sugar mentioned). I compared the recipe book that came along with the bread machine to this one, and they were quite different in ingredients and portions.
    I find the Gold Medal’s Bread Machine book that I bought from the grocery store checkoutline producing more reliable results.
    I would not recommend this book.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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