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Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine unlocks all the potential of your bread machine, revealing its surprising versatility and amazing breadth. Delicious, comforting, and authentic artisan breads are expensive to buy at your grocery store or local bakery. Now you can use your bread machine to make them at home for a fraction of what store-bought breads cost. Veteran Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine unlocks all the potential of your bread machine, revealing its surprising versatility and amazing breadth. Delicious, comforting, and authentic artisan breads are expensive to buy at your grocery store or local bakery. Now you can use your bread machine to make them at home for a fraction of what store-bought breads cost. Veteran chef, baker, and food writer Michelle Anderson has put dozens of models and sizes of bread machines through their paces and knows better than anyone what a bread machine can do. Would you like a boule or a baguette with your next picnic or brunch? Would the delectable aroma of a just-made ciabatta or focaccia create the perfect atmosphere for your next pasta supper? Michelle shows you the fastest and easiest ways to make these and many other rustic and comforting breads. Her recipes include breads made from start to finish in the bread machine and others that, because of their shape, are started in the bread machine and finished in a regular oven—the latter still a much easier method than starting from scratch on a counter-top. Rugbrod (Danish rye bread), Irish Soda Bread, San Francisco Sourdough, German Peasant Bread, Pane Siciliano…there's a wide and wondrous world of amazing breads to discover in the pages of this book. You'll even find chapters on cheese breads and herb breads, and an especially delicious one on sweet breads to have for dessert or with your morning coffee. Millions of people are rediscovering the simple, soul-warming pleasures of freshly made, home-cooked bread. It's not a lot of work at all—if you own a bread machine and have a copy of this incredibly inventive and eminently reliable cookbook.


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Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine unlocks all the potential of your bread machine, revealing its surprising versatility and amazing breadth. Delicious, comforting, and authentic artisan breads are expensive to buy at your grocery store or local bakery. Now you can use your bread machine to make them at home for a fraction of what store-bought breads cost. Veteran Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine unlocks all the potential of your bread machine, revealing its surprising versatility and amazing breadth. Delicious, comforting, and authentic artisan breads are expensive to buy at your grocery store or local bakery. Now you can use your bread machine to make them at home for a fraction of what store-bought breads cost. Veteran chef, baker, and food writer Michelle Anderson has put dozens of models and sizes of bread machines through their paces and knows better than anyone what a bread machine can do. Would you like a boule or a baguette with your next picnic or brunch? Would the delectable aroma of a just-made ciabatta or focaccia create the perfect atmosphere for your next pasta supper? Michelle shows you the fastest and easiest ways to make these and many other rustic and comforting breads. Her recipes include breads made from start to finish in the bread machine and others that, because of their shape, are started in the bread machine and finished in a regular oven—the latter still a much easier method than starting from scratch on a counter-top. Rugbrod (Danish rye bread), Irish Soda Bread, San Francisco Sourdough, German Peasant Bread, Pane Siciliano…there's a wide and wondrous world of amazing breads to discover in the pages of this book. You'll even find chapters on cheese breads and herb breads, and an especially delicious one on sweet breads to have for dessert or with your morning coffee. Millions of people are rediscovering the simple, soul-warming pleasures of freshly made, home-cooked bread. It's not a lot of work at all—if you own a bread machine and have a copy of this incredibly inventive and eminently reliable cookbook.

32 review for Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine: Beautiful Loaves and Flatbreads from All Over the World - Includes Loaves Made Start-to-Finish in the Bread Machine - plus Hand-Shaped Breads That You Start in the Machine and Finish in the Oven

  1. 5 out of 5

    Susan's Reviews

    My thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley for a free ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. What a fabulous resource to have in your kitchen! Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine is an absolute "must have"for us bread machine owners! The author has traveled the world and learned from the best of the best. These recipes are simple to follow and there are troubleshooting pages to help you figure out what went wrong if all that measuring and eager anticipation was not rewarde My thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley for a free ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. What a fabulous resource to have in your kitchen! Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine is an absolute "must have"for us bread machine owners! The author has traveled the world and learned from the best of the best. These recipes are simple to follow and there are troubleshooting pages to help you figure out what went wrong if all that measuring and eager anticipation was not rewarded with a perfect loaf of bread. The first few (short and concise) chapters are devoted to ensuring that you understand just how a good loaf of bread is born. Want a sampling of the many excellent recipes in this book? Apart from your standard white and whole wheat breads, gluten free breads, sourdough and rye breads, there are numerous sweet and festive breads to experiment with. I can't wait to try the Tsoureki Greek Easter bread - thankfully, the author gives us substitutions for the hard to find Greek spices mahlab and mastic (they cost a fortune on Amazon!!!) I love almond and anise, so no hardship for me! The Pumpkin Pie Bread, with all those amazing spices, is next on my "Must Try" list. There are recipes for Challa, Panettone and Portuguese Sweet Bread (although my mother would have turned up her nose at that one - no bread machine shortcuts for her!!!). There are breads with seeds, cheese, wild rice and even Potato Herb bread! How about instant breakfast in a Cheesy Bacon Bread loaf? I would love to have my very own autographed copy of this book!!!! The photographs are inspiring: such simple recipes produced THOSE wondrous works of art!?! I was so happy to see this book on offer on NetGalley. I regularly whip up a batch of basic bread dough in my Breville bread machine, then I roll it into a baking pan and finish it off in my convection oven. If you don't have a bread oven, a convection toaster oven is the next best thing, in my humble opinion! I'm giving this fabulous cookbook devoted to one of my favourite foods a solid 5 out of 5 rating. Get your own copy, take your bread machine out of storage and see how easy it is to make these artisan loaves!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Beth Cato

    I received a galley of the book via NetGalley. What an incredible resource for bread machine owners--and a book to inspire people to buy a machine, too! I am incredibly picky about cookbooks. If I'm squeezing one onto my shelf (and yes, I do prefer physical form for cookbooks), it had better have a lot of recipes to make it earn its keep. I wasn’t far into the ebook galley of this new release when I knew this one was well worth buying for my shelf. I bake most all of my own bread and have for year I received a galley of the book via NetGalley. What an incredible resource for bread machine owners--and a book to inspire people to buy a machine, too! I am incredibly picky about cookbooks. If I'm squeezing one onto my shelf (and yes, I do prefer physical form for cookbooks), it had better have a lot of recipes to make it earn its keep. I wasn’t far into the ebook galley of this new release when I knew this one was well worth buying for my shelf. I bake most all of my own bread and have for years. Though I use my KitchenAid and food processor for some recipes, using the dough setting on my bread machine is my favorite for sheer convenience. I often try to modify recipes for that method, which usually turns out well but takes some extra effort. This book makes everything super easy with a variety of yeast bread recipes, from basic sandwich bread to sweet brioche to numerous sourdough breads to baguettes to cheesy bread. The first few chapters provide easy-to-understand information on the science of bread-making, basic ingredients, and troubleshooting tips. That leads into the heart of the book: the recipes. They are arranged in a bread machine-friendly way, with liquids listed first in the ingredients. All of the steps and tips are straightforward from there. Most of the recipes use the machine to conveniently mix and raise the dough, with the baking done in the oven. I am really looking forward to baking my way through this book!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Diane Hernandez

    Yum! Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine includes a comprehensive look into how a bread machine works before listing 100 recipes you can try at home. I moved into my current home over a decade ago. During the move, some items were lost. One was the recipe book that came with my bread machine. That forced it into becoming a dough stirring machine, which in turn stopped me from using it and making yeast breads at home. Because of the pandemic, I have three more hours in my day to fill (no mor Yum! Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine includes a comprehensive look into how a bread machine works before listing 100 recipes you can try at home. I moved into my current home over a decade ago. During the move, some items were lost. One was the recipe book that came with my bread machine. That forced it into becoming a dough stirring machine, which in turn stopped me from using it and making yeast breads at home. Because of the pandemic, I have three more hours in my day to fill (no more 2.5 hour LA commute plus only a half-hour lunch). First, I quarancleaned. Then I redecorated. Next, I started cooking tasty recipes I found online. Now, I’m trying to up my bread game. The recipes found within the book look and sound tasty. I am somewhat disappointed that only about 25% are made entirely in the bread machine. However, I do understand to get a nice baguette or braided rope shape you can’t use the machine for anything after the dough cycle. I made the Portuguese Sweet Bread because all I had to buy was new yeast. It came out perfectly golden brown and tasted great. Next, I’m going to try the Cottage Bread before I get more exotic and include some add-ins like the fruit, nuts and seeds. Overall, if you also have an old bread machine gathering dust in your house, Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine is a great way to start using it again. 4.5 stars rounded up to 5 stars! Thanks to Harvard Common Press and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.

  4. 4 out of 5

    =^.^= Janet

    Date reviewed (Canada) - October 31, 2020 Date reviewed (UK) - November 3, 2020 ... I am bi-country at the moment When life for the entire universe and planet turns on its end and like everyone else you "have nothing to do" while your place of work is once again closed and you are continuing to be in #COVID19 #socialisolation as the #secondwave is upon us, superspeed readers like me can read 300+ pages/hour, so yes, I have read the book … and many more today. I requested and received a temporary dig Date reviewed (Canada) - October 31, 2020 Date reviewed (UK) - November 3, 2020 ... I am bi-country at the moment When life for the entire universe and planet turns on its end and like everyone else you "have nothing to do" while your place of work is once again closed and you are continuing to be in #COVID19 #socialisolation as the #secondwave is upon us, superspeed readers like me can read 300+ pages/hour, so yes, I have read the book … and many more today. I requested and received a temporary digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley, the publisher and the author in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸. Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine unlocks all the potential of your bread machine, revealing its surprising versatility and amazing breadth. Delicious, comforting, and authentic artisanal breads are expensive to buy at your grocery store or local bakery. Now you can use your bread machine to make them at home for a fraction of what store-bought loaves of bread cost. Veteran chef, baker, and food writer Michelle Anderson has put dozens of models and sizes of bread machines through their paces and knows better than anyone what a bread machine can do. Would you like a boule or a baguette with your next picnic or brunch? Would the delectable aroma of a just-made ciabatta or focaccia create the perfect atmosphere for your next pasta supper? Michelle shows you the fastest and easiest ways to make these and many other rustic and comforting breads. Her recipes include loaves of bread made from start to finish in the bread machine and others that, because of their shape, are started in the bread machine and finished in a regular oven—the latter still a much easier method than starting from scratch on a counter-top. Rugbrod (Danish rye bread), Irish Soda Bread, San Francisco Sourdough, German Peasant Bread, Pane Siciliano…there's a wide and wondrous world of amazing breads to discover in the pages of this book. You'll even find chapters on cheese breads and herb breads, and an especially delicious one on "sweet breads" to have for dessert or with your morning coffee. Millions of people are rediscovering the simple, soul-warming pleasures of freshly made, home-cooked bread. It's not a lot of work at all—if you own a bread machine and have a copy of this incredibly inventive and eminently reliable cookbook. ********Note those sweetbreads are NOT the thymus gland sweetbreads, they are breads that are sweet!******* I am not a fan of commercial loaves of bread and on our recent trip to Gaspesie we ate bread baked in ovens at the side of the road every single day ... amazingly we did not gain any weight -- oh, the smell of that bread should be a candle! I could live on sourdough and pre-fermented rye bread covered in cheese and be a happy camper for the best of my life! I recently acquired a bread machine (I need a two-kitchen apartment...not a two-bedroom, but two kitchens, but moving would mean doubling our rent!!) and I cannot wait to make loaves of bread like these in it. The recipes are well written and understandable by cooks of all levels and the photos make the food very appealing to myself and other lovers of bread out there. I cannot wait to make these breads for my mother who made me bring bread back from Gaspesie ... 1000 km in a bread box along with 5 KILOGRAMS of cheese curds fresh from the cow that morning. Skip putting those cheese curds on poutine...melt them on bread!! As always, I try to find a reason to not rate with stars as I simply adore emojis (outside of their incessant use by "🙏-ed Social Influencer Millennials/#BachelorNation survivors/Tik-Tok and YouTube Millionaires/snowflakes etc. " on Instagram and Twitter... Get a real job, people!) so let's give it 🍞🍞🍞🍞🍞

  5. 4 out of 5

    Annie

    Originally published on my blog: Nonstop Reader. Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine is a tutorial guide and cookbook with recipes developed by Michelle Anderson. Released 3rd Nov 2020 by Quarto on their Harvard Common Press imprint, it's 208 pages and available in paperback format. The included breads cover a wide range of traditions - using an impressive array of base ingredients with a variety of nuts, seeds, fruits, and other add-ons to create quality breads both savory and sweet. T Originally published on my blog: Nonstop Reader. Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine is a tutorial guide and cookbook with recipes developed by Michelle Anderson. Released 3rd Nov 2020 by Quarto on their Harvard Common Press imprint, it's 208 pages and available in paperback format. The included breads cover a wide range of traditions - using an impressive array of base ingredients with a variety of nuts, seeds, fruits, and other add-ons to create quality breads both savory and sweet. The book's introduction includes a good basic crash-course on baking bread, what makes good bread *good*, the necessary tools and supplies, and an overview over bread machines and what to look for. The second part of the book contains the recipes grouped roughly thematically: traditional loaves, classic crusty loaves, sourdough breads, sweet breads, flatbreads rolls & bagels, seed nut & fruit breads, and herb cheese & other flavored breads. Recipe ingredients are listed bullet style in a sidebar. Measurements are given in US standard with metric equivalents in parentheses (yay!). Special tools and ingredients are also listed, along with yields and cooking directions. Most of the ingredients are easily sourced at any moderately well stocked grocery store. Nutritional information is not included. Tips and variations on each recipe are included at the end of the recipes. I would estimate that about 25% of the recipes include pictures. The photographs are clear and serving suggestions are attractive and appropriate. There are some less than ideal omissions - for example, the challah recipe doesn't show how to fold the bread (there is a written description). It's not a major problem; the descriptions and videos can be found online, but it's worth a mention. The book also includes a short author bio and a cross referenced index. Five stars. This would make a superlative selection for cooks who want to get more use out of their bread machines and are looking for do-able recipes for a number of traditional loaves. Note: they're not all absolutely traditional, there are some shortcuts included for convenience. Disclosure: I received an ARC at no cost from the author/publisher for review purposes.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mike Kennedy

    Thank you to Netgallery for a free preview of this cook book for an honest review. This is a very in-depth look into the world of bread and bread machines. Every recipe uses the bread machine in some way. Before you get to the one hundred recipes in this cookbook Ms. Anderson does a very detailed breakdown of bread including ingredients, other uses for breads, and all the benefits of making your own bread. She also explains how a bread machine works and it’s benefits over just using your oven. S Thank you to Netgallery for a free preview of this cook book for an honest review. This is a very in-depth look into the world of bread and bread machines. Every recipe uses the bread machine in some way. Before you get to the one hundred recipes in this cookbook Ms. Anderson does a very detailed breakdown of bread including ingredients, other uses for breads, and all the benefits of making your own bread. She also explains how a bread machine works and it’s benefits over just using your oven. She also does a great job breaking down the different functions of a bread machine. I found it very informative, and I learned a few new things about my bread machine that I didn’t know before reading this cookbook. Ms. Anderson also spends a good amount of time talking about tools and troubleshooting issues you might have with your machine. Once you get through the tutorial part of the book, you move to the recipe section. Being a cookbook I had to try a couple of recipes. The first one I tried was the beer bread. This recipe was a little disappointing. The finished product was amazing. The whole family loved it. The problem was the recipe itself. It all went into the bread machine fine, but when the dough cycle finished the result was underwhelming. The dough was super sticky. I needed to add a lot of flour to make the recipe work. Since I added the flour after the dough cycle, it was a mess as the dough was super sticky. The point of using the bread machine is that you eliminate the messy part of making bread. Not wanting to judge this cookbook on one recipe, I decided to try another one. I’m glad I did. The classic cottage loaf turned out perfect. The texture was great and everyone loved the taste. Overall I am a little mixed on this cookbook. I did like the detail and tips for your bread machine, but I had mix results with the recipes. I also felt that although this cookbook sold itself as a bread machine book, I found that a lot of the recipes only used the bread machine to make dough. It isn’t a bad cookbook, but I felt it couple have been so much more.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Valerie Thirkettle-Kayser

    Like many, I have a bread machine. I have sometimes used it a lot and I had not done so lately. This book was a nice opportunity to enjoy baking again but without creating this square lump that comes out of the bread machine. I found the first part of the book very informative, even for someone familiar with the bread machine. The book contains many interesting details on ingredients, on different bread machines and techniques, but also tips about baking at high altitude or gluten free baking. The Like many, I have a bread machine. I have sometimes used it a lot and I had not done so lately. This book was a nice opportunity to enjoy baking again but without creating this square lump that comes out of the bread machine. I found the first part of the book very informative, even for someone familiar with the bread machine. The book contains many interesting details on ingredients, on different bread machines and techniques, but also tips about baking at high altitude or gluten free baking. The range of recipes given is nice, all using a limited range of natural ingredients in the spirit of artisan baking. I tried some recipes and had varying degrees of success, but bread making is an art so I will make more experiments to tune the recipes to my machine and my ingredients. I enjoyed this book and found it very useful, with clear explanations and good tips. I think it would have been nice to have more pictures of the techniques used to work with the bread outside the machine, A nice book to bake as a team with your bread machine. Thank you to Netgalley, Quarto Publishing-Harvard Common Press, and the author, for the privilege of an advance readers' copy. #MakingArtisanBreadsintheBreadMachine #NetGalley

  8. 4 out of 5

    Anjana

    It has been a while since I picked a recipe book to scan through. I own a bread machine that I only used for the same standard function that worked. I have made pizza dough more often than actual bread, if I actually think about it. This is a very well placed collection. The information is laid out in a way that keeps you interested and simple enough to think it can be done. I am yet to try any of the recipes since my bread machine is currently in storage but I intend to try something (someday). It has been a while since I picked a recipe book to scan through. I own a bread machine that I only used for the same standard function that worked. I have made pizza dough more often than actual bread, if I actually think about it. This is a very well placed collection. The information is laid out in a way that keeps you interested and simple enough to think it can be done. I am yet to try any of the recipes since my bread machine is currently in storage but I intend to try something (someday). The name is a misnomer though because quite a few of them need something outside of the standard machine’s capacity. In a sense, it begins there but then is modelled by hand and put into an oven. I do not know how I thought it would be otherwise given the shape of a standard machine, but I did think it might all be done with the machine. That is on me! These digital review copies come with a life and you have to finish them before they vanish, hence the review despite not having attempted the actual recipes. I would recommend this to anyone who wanted to put their machines to more use. I received an ARC thanks to NetGalley and the publishers but the review is entirely based on my own perusing experience and my slight acquaintance with bread baking in a machine.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Johanna Sawyer

    What a gorgeous book! Pretty much everyone can relate to some type of obsession with homemade bread. The smells, the taste, and the basic feeling of completeness when you are primitive enough to bake your own. The book has a wealth of information on ingredients, and some simple facts about making bread. What did I like? The cookbook itself was just simple recipes... from regular bread (rye, white, wheat) to more flavorful or additional ingredients (pumpkin, seeds, herbs). The pictures of the br What a gorgeous book! Pretty much everyone can relate to some type of obsession with homemade bread. The smells, the taste, and the basic feeling of completeness when you are primitive enough to bake your own. The book has a wealth of information on ingredients, and some simple facts about making bread. What did I like? The cookbook itself was just simple recipes... from regular bread (rye, white, wheat) to more flavorful or additional ingredients (pumpkin, seeds, herbs). The pictures of the bread were lovely and really upped the appeal of the cookbook. It even boasts a huge sourdough bread section for one of the chapters. I would definitely love to buy a bread making machine and try a few of these recipes. Would I recommend or buy? Yes, I would love a copy for my shelves. It’s a simplistic but gorgeous book. With the way things are going in the world and people staying home from pandemic this would be a fun way to spend a day. Imagine the delicious smells coming from the oven as you make your own bread. I received a copy to read and voluntarily left a review. Loved it! Five star cookbook!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Penmouse

    Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine by Michelle Anderson is an absolutely wonderful bread book as the author meticulously details how to create delicious bread using your bread machine. Her book starts off with the details that cover what type of bread machine to purchase to ingredient details. She also covers how to successfully bake bread at high altitudes and how to troubleshoot bread failures. What I liked most is she gave both weights and measures in her recipes. Through my many years Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine by Michelle Anderson is an absolutely wonderful bread book as the author meticulously details how to create delicious bread using your bread machine. Her book starts off with the details that cover what type of bread machine to purchase to ingredient details. She also covers how to successfully bake bread at high altitudes and how to troubleshoot bread failures. What I liked most is she gave both weights and measures in her recipes. Through my many years of bread baking I have discovered, especially when using the bread machine, I've had more success baking bread machine bread when I weigh the ingredients. Some of the recipes you'll find in her cookbook include: Butter Whole Wheat Bread Lavender Honey Whole Wheat Bread Amish Milk Bread Brioche Dutch Crunch Bread (Tiger Bread) Cheesy Bacon Bread Recommend. Review written after downloading a galley from NetGalley.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Dee

    After making what felt like hundreds of loaves of bread during the pandemic, and having settled on a few that kept my family and friends nourished, I looked forward to a few new and easy recipes to add. My sourdough recipe is a time-consuming, hand mixed high hydration dough. “Artisan Breads” fills the bill with a number of fix it and forget it recipes, as well as hybrid recipes that use the bread machine for mixing, kneading and rising, and then use the oven to finish. I’ll keep several of the r After making what felt like hundreds of loaves of bread during the pandemic, and having settled on a few that kept my family and friends nourished, I looked forward to a few new and easy recipes to add. My sourdough recipe is a time-consuming, hand mixed high hydration dough. “Artisan Breads” fills the bill with a number of fix it and forget it recipes, as well as hybrid recipes that use the bread machine for mixing, kneading and rising, and then use the oven to finish. I’ll keep several of the recipes in rotation, including a really tasty five grain bread and a versatile classic pizza dough. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    There’s nothing like the aroma of homemade bread baking in the oven. I’ve made bread from scratch off and on for decades, and lately using my bread machine. The recipes in this book are relatively easy to follow. Creating the bread in the machine keeps the incidents of failure down. I’ve certainly had my share of failures before I began using this machine. This cookbook is wonderful and what I consider essential as other cookbooks let me down in explanations and accuracy of the recipes. And as I There’s nothing like the aroma of homemade bread baking in the oven. I’ve made bread from scratch off and on for decades, and lately using my bread machine. The recipes in this book are relatively easy to follow. Creating the bread in the machine keeps the incidents of failure down. I’ve certainly had my share of failures before I began using this machine. This cookbook is wonderful and what I consider essential as other cookbooks let me down in explanations and accuracy of the recipes. And as I write this, I’m inspired to go buy ingredients to begin a starter as well as some rapid-rise yeast for Focaccia Bread. Yum. I can smell the bread baking now. I received an advanced reader copy for free from NetGalley and am voluntarily leaving my review.

  13. 4 out of 5

    FMSWarrior

    I used to make bread and knead it by hand, but my arthritis began making it painful, so I bought a bread machine. It does a great job at kneading and baking, but I miss some of the loaves I used to make and was looking for a book that would help me fill that gap. This book definitely met my expectations and then some. The first section provides an understanding of bread, its ingredients and the tools you need to turn out artisan breads from your machine. The rest of the book is dedicated to recip I used to make bread and knead it by hand, but my arthritis began making it painful, so I bought a bread machine. It does a great job at kneading and baking, but I miss some of the loaves I used to make and was looking for a book that would help me fill that gap. This book definitely met my expectations and then some. The first section provides an understanding of bread, its ingredients and the tools you need to turn out artisan breads from your machine. The rest of the book is dedicated to recipes for everything from Baguettes and Batards to Muesli Bread, Cinnamon Bread and Challah. I’ll be baking my way through them all and my daughter will be getting a copy for Christmas along with her new bread machine from Santa.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Valentina Hurley

    . I’ve been looking for a book like this as I’ve never used a Bread Machine before and previous bread baking attempts have failed. I’m hoping that I can get the freshly baked bread I’ve been hoping for with my new machine and this book. The recipes are what you expect from a book like this and the layout is user friendly and pictures plenty and well positioned. My only complaint is that there is a lot of waffle that unless your truly enthusiastic is a waste of pages and the book seemed to lack s . I’ve been looking for a book like this as I’ve never used a Bread Machine before and previous bread baking attempts have failed. I’m hoping that I can get the freshly baked bread I’ve been hoping for with my new machine and this book. The recipes are what you expect from a book like this and the layout is user friendly and pictures plenty and well positioned. My only complaint is that there is a lot of waffle that unless your truly enthusiastic is a waste of pages and the book seemed to lack some soul that I have had with other cooking books. It’s well worth the money though and there are a lot of recipes to try.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    This is a great book. I can't wait to dust off my bread maker and give some of these delicious looking recipes a go. Like many I got a bit bored of my usual bread recipe, and my bread maker has been in the cupboard ever since. This book has definitely renewed my passion and given me lot of new ideas to try out. Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for an advance copy of this title in exchange for an unbiased review. This is a great book. I can't wait to dust off my bread maker and give some of these delicious looking recipes a go. Like many I got a bit bored of my usual bread recipe, and my bread maker has been in the cupboard ever since. This book has definitely renewed my passion and given me lot of new ideas to try out. Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for an advance copy of this title in exchange for an unbiased review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly

    I just got a Kitchen aid mixer to make bread. So this was a perfect cookbook to read! I really enjoyed the introduction, it gave great detail on ingredients, measuring, using a bread machine, and troubleshooting! Hawaiian sweet bread is one of my favorite breads and it’s recipes is so easy to make! This cookbook has great pictures and very thorough recipes. This easy to navigate cookbook has wide variety of recipes that is great for any baker’s library!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kathi Brennan

    Time to break out the bread machine! I am always on the lookout for bread machine recipes. The instructions are easy to follow and the recipes sound amazing, May thanks to Quarto Publishing Group and to NetGalley for the ARC.

  18. 5 out of 5

    J.

    I love using my bread machine and this cookbook has well-written instructions for each recipe and the photos are very enticing. I found many breads I would love to try. A great book to help you expand your bread repertoire!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Karsh

    Best bread I have ever made, the recipes turn out to perfection. I was never able to fine a bread maker recipe on the internet that worked right. I loved the pumpkin pie bread so delicious.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    So helpful when looking to create artisan bread. I usually try the handmade way first but never have luck which is why the machine comes so in handy.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Witch-at-Heart

    Loved the book. I will be honest I have never bern able to successfully make it. This book makes it much less daunting and if you love artisan bread This is definitely a cookbook for you.

  22. 5 out of 5

    JG

    Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine is easy to follow and quite informative. I enjoyed reading the facts and tips at the beginning which definitely comes in handy when trying out the recipes. It’s also really pretty and made me really excited to read and try the recipes right away. The book is definitely going to be a keeper for those either starting out in bread baking or those who already are experienced.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    What a fantastic cookbook! Michelle Anderson includes recipes for MANY types of bread that can be easily made using your bread machine. She explains the entire bread making process! I am eager to get started baking these breads (some of the traditional regional breads I haven't ever heard of!) - I hope my attempts turn out half as lovely as the photos in the book. What a fantastic cookbook! Michelle Anderson includes recipes for MANY types of bread that can be easily made using your bread machine. She explains the entire bread making process! I am eager to get started baking these breads (some of the traditional regional breads I haven't ever heard of!) - I hope my attempts turn out half as lovely as the photos in the book.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Eli Sab

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jo

  26. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

  27. 4 out of 5

    The Quarto Group

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Jean

  29. 5 out of 5

    Eric H.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Grace

  31. 5 out of 5

    Bryonna

  32. 4 out of 5

    Justine

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