Hello, baking friends! It’s time to nominate candidates for a Baking COTM to carry us through the final months of the year, October, November, December — the season of apples, pears, cranberries, gingerbread, holiday cookies and dinners, and perhaps even entertaining in Covid-appropriate ways.
In these times of often still-limited library access, we may want to consider another baking-focused website, or books that are widely owned or available as a good deal, new or used. Sweet and savory baking and other sweets are all fair game. Past experience has shown that a single source (one book or website) yields the most fruitful participation (vs. say, an author's collected works).
HOW TO NOMINATE: Please type the titles of books or sites you wish to nominate in ALL CAPS for easy recognition. (If discussing rather than nominating a book or site, please use regular capitalization to avoid confusion.) You may nominate as many books or sites as you wish. NOMINATIONS WILL CLOSE on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 at 8 PM EDT/8 PM PDT.
As a reminder, we have already done the following books or sites since reviving this tradition in late 2015 (please feel free to look up and add to those threads, links to which are available within this thread: https://www.chowhound.com/post/links-...):
Baking Chez Moi
Rustic Fruit Desserts
King Arthur Flour Website
Hot Bread Kitchen
Classic Home Desserts
Flo Braker Quarter
Classic German Baking
The Cardamom Trail
The Baking Bible
Food52 Genius Desserts
Baking and Sweet from David Lebovitz’s Website
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