Robin Hood Baking Festival CookbookBook - 2001
More than 90 years after it started business as a small mill in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Robin Hood has grown to become Canada's leading flour producer. Today its familiar red-and-green archer logo is synonymous with quality and reliability -- and a commitment to great baking.
As part of that commitment, Robin Hood's test kitchens work constantly to develop new recipes for everything from traditional pound cakes to decadent layer cakes to perfect pies and cookies. The best of these recipes are distributed every fall in The Baking Festival, a digest-sized magazine that is eagerly awaited by home bakers throughout Canada.
Now, for the first time, more than 100 of these great baking recipes have been assembled in one full-sized volume -- Robin Hood Baking Festival Cookbook . Here you'll find dependable and delicious recipes for just about every type of baking. Cookie lovers can whip up a batch of nutritious Raisin Oatmeal Cookies or sinfully rich Chocolate Chunk Pecan Cookies . For a more substantial sweet treat, try Strawberry Cheesecake Squares or Chocolate Strawberry Mousse Delight . And for those special desserts, choose from delights such as Triple Chocolate Fudge Cake , Apricot Walnut Torte or Prize-Winning Pecan Pie . As you'd expect from Robin Hood, this is baking at its finest.
But there's more. The Robin Hood Baking Festival Cookbook also includes a chapter filled with valuable baking tips and techniques, answers to the most commonly asked questions about baking as well as useful information about different types of flour. Also featured are kid-friendly recipes (after all, who loves baking more?) and ideas for fun-filled crafts to add even more enjoyment to your time in the kitchen.
Put it all together with beautiful photographs and full color throughout, and you've got an outstanding cookbook that will appeal to novice and experienced bakers alike.
From Library Staff
smiletoday Mar 09, 2011
May not make all of these desserts, but really enjoyed the pictures!