Wednesday, 7 August 2013

Cookbook Review: The Williams-Sonoma Baking Book

One of my favourite cookbooks is The Williams-Sonoma Baking Book. It has so many different kinds of recipes, you're sure to find something that appeals to everyone, plus every recipe I've tried has worked out perfectly. Every. Single. Time. And if you bake a lot, you know that consistency is key.

Here are a couple of the yummy desserts I tried out:

Pistachio-Spice Cookies
Unbaked Cookies

These cookies came out deliciously crisp with a comforting blend of spices that makes you want to curl up with a plateful and a good book. The longer you let the dough chill before baking, the better they taste.

Finished Cookies

 Strawberries and Cream Cake

Five ingredients for the cake base, plus whipped cream and strawberries makes this stunning treat. The recipe is easy and fast, so you don't need a ton of skill or oodles of time to make it. And the end result is a beautiful cake that can be dressed up for for any celebration or adorned with simple berries for a backyard barbecue, and will leave your sweet-tooth smiling.

Experience bakers will love this book for its variety and timeless classics, while those who are newer to the kitchen will appreciate the easy of most of the recipes and the opportunity to learn while creating something beautiful.

Happy Baking!

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