Ovenly: Sweet and Salty Recipes from New York's Most Creative Bakery

Erin Patinkin, Agatha Kulaga


With traces out the door for his or her coveted Bloody Mary scones, pear and bitter cherry cardamom pie, and caramel bacon scorching muffins, New York's award-winning bakery Ovenly is world-renowned for his or her cutting edge and delightful treats.

Using unforeseen taste combos through fiddling with culture, checking out the boundaries of indulgence and perfecting the stability of savory and candy - including only a trace of spice - it's no ask yourself Ovenly continually gets rave studies and has committed cultlike lovers and clientele.

The Ovenly cookbook is filled with all in their maximum hits - the simplest ever chocolate chip cookies; dense, crumbly shortbreads; smoky, beer-slicked caramel corn; buttery scones; wealthy, layered brownies; bacony peanuts - plus pages dedicated to recipe riffs and spin-offs. As self-taught, curious chefs, Agatha Kulaga and Erin Patinkin have a straight-talking technique that's by no means too fussy and consistently encourages experimentation. notably, they think that cooking (and eating!) can be an adventure.

With information and anecdotes, beautiful photographs, and pantry and kitchen software necessities, Ovenly includes experimental but perfected recipes for the main artistic and out-of-this-world breakfast pastries, muffins, and snacks.

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