The Christian Aid Book of Bread: Recipes to Change Your World Paperback

Recipes to Change Your World

by Sarah Stancliffe;


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The Christian Aid Book of Bread: Recipes to Change Your World

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Bread is one of life's staples. The great variety of breads on offer today - olive bread, walnut bread, Indian flat breads, ciabatta, pain rustique - have raised bread to gourmet status. You can pay GBP10 in Waitrose for a fancy French loaf that supposedly offers an entirely new eating experience! This simple book encourages everyone to try their hand at basic bread recipes then, Jamie Oliver style, to add different flavours to produce delicious loaves and rolls at home. Christian Aid partners from around the world offer recipes for ethnic breads; there is a section of recipes, from soups to desserts, that use bread and a final section on what to do with bread leftovers.

The Christian Aid Book of Bread: Recipes to Change Your World by Sarah Stancliffe was published by Canterbury Press in April 2005 and is our 28700th best seller. The ISBN for The Christian Aid Book of Bread: Recipes to Change Your World is 9781853116261.

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Page last updated 7th December 2015
Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherCanterbury Press (April 2005)
Weight195g
Number of Pages128
Thickness10 mm
Height198 mm
Width126 mm
ISBN9781853116261
ISBN-101853116262
Product Code101113
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