This book looks like a terrific resource for those who would like to become better home bakers. There are so many delicious recipes in this book but I will list just a few; soft peanut butter cookies, pistachio cookies, pumpkin and white chocolate chip cookies, butterscotch blondies, pumpkin bars, raspberry jam bars, cranberry pear crumble pie, praline pumpkin pie, lemon meringue pie, blueberry muffins, coconut bread, snickerdoodle cupcakes, orange pound cake, buttermilk biscuits, shortcake biscuits and more.
The book starts with a helpful introduction that covers topics including what is needed in the kitchen, along with what might be nice to have but is not essential. This is followed by explanations of terms such as folding, creaming, kneading and more.
The recipes themselves are clearly laid out and feel quite doable. There are photos of techniques and some photos of the baked goods.
I am not a kitchen whiz so the fact that I feel that I could make some of these baked goods is high praise. If you are more talented, there is still a plethora of recipes for you to try.
Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for this title in exchange for an honest review.