If happiness is biting into a good slice of bread, you’re sure to be happy if you join us for this month’s Cook the Book.
Cook the Book is a monthly foodie meeting of the stomachs with Plano Public Library. Each month, we celebrate a different theme. Next out of the oven is Bountiful Breads!
Cook the Book is a hybrid program: we’re meeting at Davis Library and via Zoom on Tuesday, September 20 at 1 p.m. Register for Cook the Book here, and you can join in whatever way that suits you. You will receive a confirmation email that includes the Zoom meeting link, in case you want to join virtually. Prepare something delicious to “share” virtually with others. For those meeting in-person, bring the finished dish so everyone can get a sample. Don’t forget the recipe!
Need inspiration? Check out these cookbooks from our collection:
The savory baker: 150 creative recipes, from classic to modern by America’s Test Kitchen Print
The Everything Bread Cookbook by Leslie Bilderback eBook
The sourdough whisperer: the secrets to no-fail baking with epic results by Elaine Boddy eBook
New world sourdough: artisan techniques for creative homemade fermented breads: with recipes for birote, bagels, pan de coco, beignets, and more by Bryan Ford Print
Flour power: The practice and pursuit of baking sourdough bread by Tara Jensen Print
Bread baker cookbook by Emilia Morell eBook
The best ever bread book by Lizzie Munsey Print
Bread on the table: recipes for making and enjoying Europe’s most beloved breads by David Norman Print
Bread baking for beginners: the essential guide to baking kneaded breads, no-knead breads, and enriched breads by Bonnie Ohara Print
Bread book: ideas and innovations from the future of grain, flour, and fermentation by Chad Robertson Print
Mastering bread: the art and practice of handmade sourdough, yeasted bread, and pastry by Marc Vetri Print
Check out past Cook the Book themes and suggested cookbooks on the blog using the Cook the Book tag.