Homemade Bread by the Food Editors of Farm Journal's 1969 Double Day & Company

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Savor the essence of traditional baking with Homemade Bread by the Food Editors of Farm Journal, a 1969 culinary gem from Double Day & Company. This hardcover cookbook, sized at 9x6x1 inches and spanning 152 pages, is a testament to the timeless art of bread-making. This book invites you into a world of wholesome, delicious bread recipes that are perfect for any home baker.


  • Publisher: Double Day & Company
  • Year: 1969
  • Format: Hardcover with Dust Jacket
  • Pages: 152
  • Dimensions: 9x6x1 inches
  • Condition: Minor wear on the dust jacket, as shown in the photos

Five Key Features:

  1. Plethora of Recipes: From cinnamon rolls to sweet bread, and the best banana bread to homemade pancakes, discover a variety of delightful bread recipes.
  2. Historical Insights: Learn about the history of different breads and appreciate their origins.
  3. Practical Tips: Gain valuable knowledge on making bread, storing yeast, and other tips for successful bread-making.
  4. Healthy & Wholesome: Embrace recipes free from high-fructose corn syrups, corn syrups, or preservatives. Enjoy good, healthy homemade breads.
  5. User-Friendly: The book's easy-to-read and easy-to-follow directions make baking both fun and rewarding.

Bring the joy of homemade bread into your kitchen. Add 'Homemade Bread by Farm Journal's Food Editors' to your collection and start baking your way to wholesome, delightful treats today!

Wrapping It Up:

Embrace the joy of baking with this treasure of a cookbook. Whether you're a seasoned baker or just starting out, 'Homemade Bread' is the perfect guide to creating heartwarming, delicious breads that will fill your home with warmth and aroma. Let this book be your gateway to mastering the art of bread baking.


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