The Back in the Day Bakery Cookbook

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Product Details

Price
$24.95  $22.95
Publisher
Artisan Publishers
Publish Date
Pages
272
Dimensions
7.6 X 1.0 X 9.5 inches | 2.15 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781579654580

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About the Author

Cheryl Day and Griffith Day are self-taught bakers who founded Back in the Day Bakery in Savannah, Georgia, in 2002. Their latest cookbook, Back in the Day Bakery Made with Love, is a national bestseller, and they were semi-finalists for the 2015 James Beard Foundation Award for Outstanding Baker. Cheryl honed her skills in her mother's and grandmother's kitchens, and her enthusiasm for enriching lives through the time-honored art of scratch baking is one of her most endearing qualities (along with a few dance moves she picked up in her days as a Soul Train dancer!). Griff's interest in baking was piqued by the magical sourdough starter that his mother kept in the family kitchen when he was a child. He is a master of flavorful breads and creative savory dishes. Cheryl and Griff got married in their bakery, and the recipe for their wedding cake appears in their first cookbook, the New York Times bestseller The Back in the Day Bakery Cookbook.

Reviews

"Down-home and fabulous, the recipes . . . are classics with a little something extra." --Food & Wine

"A delightful marriage of the sweet and savory . . . Cheryl and Griff honor these time-tested classics even as they infuse them with vibrant, unpredictable layers of flavor." --Savannah Magazine

"Beautifully photographed and charmingly conversational, and full of recipes I'm dying to try."
--Minneapolis Star Tribune

"Old-fashioned American treats with a healthy dose of Southern flair. . . . A well-rounded baking book suitable for home cooks of all levels." --Library Journal

"Impressive yet decidedly unfussy baked goods."
--Booklist

"Their recipes are easy, but irresistible."
--Toronto Globe and Mail