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#1: How to create your own recipe

Posted on 2006-06-03 17:29:45 by joce

Hi. I'm new to the group. I love to bake and I was interested in
creating my own recipe. However, since I've never done this before I
need a few pointers. Does anyone know of any websites or books that
could help me with this? Thank you!

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#2: Re: How to create your own recipe

Posted on 2006-06-07 00:40:59 by betsy

joce wrote:
> Hi. I'm new to the group. I love to bake and I was interested in
> creating my own recipe. However, since I've never done this before I
> need a few pointers. Does anyone know of any websites or books that
> could help me with this? Thank you!

In my opinion, the most helpful book for baking would be:
"Cookwise" by Shirley Corriher

Also check out: "On food and Cooking" by Harold McGee

These will give you information about how baking and cooking and
ingredients work, so you can alter or create recipes from a
knowledgeable standpoint, not just trial and error.

betsy

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#3: Re: How to create your own recipe

Posted on 2006-06-08 06:26:12 by Mordechai Housman

Now THIS is a post that has helped me learn something useful! Thank you,
Betsy.


&quot;betsy&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:w_betsy&#64;hotmail.com" target="_blank">w_betsy&#64;hotmail.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt;
&gt; joce wrote:
&gt;&gt; Hi. I'm new to the group. I love to bake and I was interested in
&gt;&gt; creating my own recipe. However, since I've never done this before I
&gt;&gt; need a few pointers. Does anyone know of any websites or books that
&gt;&gt; could help me with this? Thank you!
&gt;
&gt; In my opinion, the most helpful book for baking would be:
&gt; &quot;Cookwise&quot; by Shirley Corriher
&gt;
&gt; Also check out: &quot;On food and Cooking&quot; by Harold McGee
&gt;
&gt; These will give you information about how baking and cooking and
&gt; ingredients work, so you can alter or create recipes from a
&gt; knowledgeable standpoint, not just trial and error.
&gt;
&gt; betsy
&gt;

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#4: Re: How to create your own recipe

Posted on 2006-06-08 07:40:00 by chembake

Mordechai Housman wrote:
&gt; Now THIS is a post that has helped me learn something useful! Thank you,
&gt; Betsy.
&gt;

It only means one thing that you never had been able to create new
recipe but may have just made modifications of existing ones which you
claim as your own....

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#5: Re: How to create your own recipe

Posted on 2006-06-08 09:37:41 by Mike H

&quot;betsy&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:w_betsy&#64;hotmail.com" target="_blank">w_betsy&#64;hotmail.com</a>&gt; wrote in news:1149633659.957330.289900
@y43g2000cwc.googlegroups.com:

&gt; In my opinion, the most helpful book for baking would be:
&gt; &quot;Cookwise&quot; by Shirley Corriher

That is unless/until Bakewise comes out :) I need to check and see what's
going on with that one...

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#6: Re: How to create your own recipe

Posted on 2006-06-09 06:48:49 by Mordechai Housman

&lt;Smile&gt; Okay. No problem.

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&gt;
&gt;
&gt; Mordechai Housman wrote:
&gt;&gt; Now THIS is a post that has helped me learn something useful! Thank
&gt;&gt; you,
&gt;&gt; Betsy.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;
&gt; It only means one thing that you never had been able to create new
&gt; recipe but may have just made modifications of existing ones which you
&gt; claim as your own....
&gt;

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