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    • ISBN:9780755363704
    • Publication date:19 Jan 2012

The Fabulous Baker Brothers

By Tom Herbert and Henry Herbert

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A beautifully illustrated cook book from Channel 4's Fabulous Baker Brothers.

Baffled by bread? Scared of sourdough? Then fear not, for the Fabulous Baker Brothers are here to show how you just how easy it can be to bake like a professional in your own home.

Tom and Henry Herbert are the new faces of British cookery. Tom is a master baker who runs the famous Hobbs House Bakery that has been the family business for five generations. His brother Henry is the acclaimed chef who runs the Hobbs House Butchery right next door.

From perfect pizzas and simple chapattis to the ultimate burger and the massive pork pie, here in their first cook book - packed full of mouthwatering new recipes and accompanying their hit Channel 4 series - the Fabulous Baker Brothers show us how mastering a few simple techniques can open the door to a brave new world of wonderful breads and magnificent meaty masterpieces. Bye bye cupcakes. Long live the loaf!

Biographical Notes

Fresh out of baking college, Tom (33) won Baker Of the Year and his signature sourdough has won Organic Loaf of the Year 9 times in the last 10 years. Last year Henry (24) left his role as Head Chef of the award winning Coach & Horses in Clerkenwell to face a new challenge, buying the traditional butchers next door to Tom's bakery. Now the two work and cook side by side, professionally and domestically, creating every element of a meal; from the bun to the burgers and even the homemade pickles that top them off.

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  • ISBN: 9780755363650
  • Publication date: 19 Jan 2012
  • Page count: 256
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