- Imprint: Stewart, Tabori & Chang
- Publication Date: October 13, 2015
- Price: $40.00
- Trim Size: 8 1⁄4 x 10 1⁄4
- ISBN: 1-61769-167-4
- EAN: 9781617691676
- Page Count: 384
- Illustrations: 250 color and black-and-white illustrations
- Format: Hardcover
- Rights: World English
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Food stylist and cook Yvette van Boven has offered delicious seasonal recipes in Home Made, Home Made Summer, and HomeMade Winter that highlight the fresh produce available throughout the year. In her much-anticipated follow-up, Home Baked, she celebrates the art of baking.
Complete with her signature illustrations and scenic photographs of Ireland and Paris, Home Baked is a beautiful collection of van Boven’s favorite baked goods—warm bread from the oven, sweet banana bread, a gooey cinnamon and caramel pull-apart loaf, rich chocolate cake, shortbread cookies, and more. And alongside these beautiful images of delicious treats, van Boven provides step- by-step instructions for how to make them in your own home. And she leaves no one out—working with different types of flours (including gluten-free) so there is something for everyone to bake. Her inviting voice, easy-to-follow recipes, and beautiful photographs make Home Baked a staple for every kitchen and lovely enough to show off in other rooms as well.
This book is full of everything I love - cookies, pies, bread, humor, watercolor illustrations, and gorgeous photography! It's all combined in the most artful, approachable way with clever styling tips. Yvette and Oof have done it again! This book will be my baking go-to.— Erin Gleeson, author of The Forest Feast: Simple Vegetarian Recipes from My Cabin in the Woods
About the author
Yvette van Boven is the author of the critically acclaimed Home Made, Home Made Winter, and Home Made Summer. She is a freelance recipe writer and illustrator and is the host of Holland's popular cooking show Koken Met van Boven. She is also the culinary editor of Holland's largest women's weekly magazine and writes and illustrates a weekly column for Volkskrant magazine. Van Boven splits her time between Amsterdam and Paris.