Classic Snacks Made from Scratch

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en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – 28 Feb 2013
"Barber's book is a masterpiece of reverse engineering."—


A cream-filled chocolate cupcake for dessert. Caramel popcorn while watching a movie. An ice cream sandwich on a hot summer day. What could be better than indulging in your favorite guilty pleasures? Having the fun and satisfaction of making them yourself with all-natural ingredients so they taste more delicious than the brand-name originals. This book faithfully reproduces beloved snacks and nostalgic vending machine classics, like:

•Nutter Butters®
•Nacho Cheese Doritos®
•Klondike® Bars
•Animals Crackers
•Sour Patch™ Kids
•Cinnamon Pop Tarts®

Wouldn’t it be nice if junk food wasn’t full of junk? This book answers that dilemma by serving up recipes for delicious, preservative-free treats made with the good, old-fashioned ingredients—flour, sugar and butter. With 70 scrumptiously salty and sweet recipes, plus mouth-watering full-color photos, this
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ISBN-13: 9781612431215
ISBN-10: 1612431216
Pagini: 192
Ilustrații: 25 color photos
Dimensiuni: 150 x 226 x 18 mm
Greutate: 0.36 kg
Editura: Ulysses Press


"Barber's book is a masterpiece of reverse engineering. She turns the highly processed, extruded, and corn-syrupy foods of our youth into snacks easily prepared in a home kitchen and almost entirely free of strange additives. (The most chemically-laced product featured in the book is dehydrated cheese powder—yes, the same neon powder you'll find in Kraft boxes.) Even if the finished snacks have a handmade look to them, the flavors are exactly what we remember."—

"Casey Barber makes a herculean effort in each recipe to mimic the exact flavors and textures that we love so dearly...if you like a good kitchen project, this book is full of them." —

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Casey Barber is a freelance food writer, recipe developer and editor of Good. Food. Stories., a growing online magazine focusing on food from a storyteller’s perspective. Her work has also appeared in Serious Eats, ReadyMade, Gourmet Live, DRAFT, Time Out New York, iVillage, and other print and online publications.