Book Giveaway / One Dough, Ten Breads: Making Great Bread by Hand

Quick post just to share the enthusiasm I feel about the latest addition to my cookbook collection: One Dough, Ten Breads, by Sarah Black. This post was supposed to be a full review, but flipping through the book has made me realize I really want to knead my way through it. I’ll work on my bread making skills, and report back in a few weeks with more detailed impressions.

As scheduled though: A copy of this beautiful book is up for grabs!

Book Giveaway / One Dough, Ten Breads: Making Great Bread by Hand // FoodNouveau.com

How to Win

Here’s how to win a copy of One Dough, Ten Breads: Making Great Bread by Hand.

  • Mandatory: Leave a comment saying which type of bread you’d like to learn to make the most. Baguette, focaccia, fougasse? Tell me which leavened treat makes your heart beat.
  • Optional: Take advantage of all the social media options in the Rafflecopter widget below to get more chances to win. When entering through social media, make sure I can recognize your name/address so I can reach you if you win.

The Fine Print

  • You must be a U.S. or Canadian resident to win (or provide a U.S. or Canadian mailing address).
  • Each winner needs to answer a simple skill question to get the prizes.
  • The giveaway ends Thursday, March 3, 2016, at midnight EST.

Good luck to everyone!

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21 Responses to Book Giveaway / One Dough, Ten Breads: Making Great Bread by Hand

  1. I have tried a lot of things. The last week or so I have been toying with the notion of trying a croissant recipe.

  2. I’ve yet to master Irish soda bread. Many attempts over the years with different recipes, and yet they always come out undercooked in the middle. Suggestions? Cheers!

  3. I’ve been experimenting with bread quite a bit lately, and love what I have done so far. But I want to learn to make bread suitable for sandwiches.

  4. I would love to learn to make better focaccia type breads. I love experimenting and trying slow rise/no knead breads.

  5. i love homemade bread!! I have a bread maker, but it doesn’t really do a good job — i would love to make any sort of bread!! Or rolls — can you imagine? So good!!

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