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Baking at High Altitude: The Muffin Lady's Old Fashioned Recipes

by Randi L. Levin

(Click Here for Chef James’ Exclusive Interview with Randi)

Book Description
Baking at High Altitude is a Gourmand World Cookbook Award winner (Best First Cookbook).

Within the pages of this recipe book, you will find quite an outstanding variety of baked goods. You will discover recipes that have been shared and enjoyed for many generations. In other words, they are genuinely old-fashioned treats. The uniqueness of this recipe book is that it was written for scratch baking at High Altitude, or at a minimum of 4,000 feet above sea level.

Some people consider baking at High Altitude an art, but with this book, you will find that it is quite simple and as easy as 1-2-3. If you know how to measure and know how to mix ingredients, then all you need to do is follow the wonderful recipes and tips found among the pages of this recipe book.

Randi Levin has baked all her life, beginning by climbing up on her grandmother’s kitchen cabinet. She learned how to mix and bake favorite cakes and cookies at a tender age.

 

 

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