Vintage Cakes: Timeless Recipes for Cupcakes, Flips, Rolls, Layer, Angel, Bundt, Chiffon, and Icebox Cakes for Today's Sweet Tooth

  • Title: Vintage Cakes: Timeless Recipes for Cupcakes, Flips, Rolls, Layer, Angel, Bundt, Chiffon, and Icebox Cakes for Today's Sweet Tooth
  • Author: Julie Richardson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Vintage Cakes Timeless Recipes for Cupcakes Flips Rolls Layer Angel Bundt Chiffon and Icebox Cakes for Today s Sweet Tooth A charming collection of updated recipes for both classic and forgotten cakes from a timeless yellow birthday cake with chocolate buttercream frosting to the Christmas standard B che de No l writt
    A charming collection of updated recipes for both classic and forgotten cakes, from a timeless yellow birthday cake with chocolate buttercream frosting, to the Christmas standard, B che de No l, written by a master baker and coauthor of Rustic Fruit Desserts.Cakes are central to the way we celebrate, whether that celebration is a birthday, a wedding, or just a warm summerA charming collection of updated recipes for both classic and forgotten cakes, from a timeless yellow birthday cake with chocolate buttercream frosting, to the Christmas standard, B che de No l, written by a master baker and coauthor of Rustic Fruit Desserts.Cakes are central to the way we celebrate, whether that celebration is a birthday, a wedding, or just a warm summer evening With recipes for no bake, roll, layer, and upside down cakes from both the recent and distant past, Vintage Cakes is a confectionary stroll down memory lane Some of the delicious favorites to be rediscovered include a frosted fairy cake a hit at children s birthday parties , the picnic ready lemon icebox cake with white chocolate cream, and a boozy eggnog bundt cake with brandy butter glaze With Richardson s modern look at beloved baked goods, these 65 nostalgic and fool proof recipes rekindle our love affair with cakes.

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    1. This book is heaven! Oh, you haven't read it yet? You bet your sweet batter you butter get crackalackin! These cakes are delicious and you NEED this book in your cookin library. Highly recommended!

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    2. Yum,yum,yum.I want the Pink Cake on Page 121 and I want it now! Chocolate cake with a raspberry butter cream icinglooks and sounds divine. In fact every cake in this delightful new cookbook is divine. The cookbook is divided into several sections: Hasty Cakes Everyday Cakes Little Cakes and Light Cakes Flips and Rolls Layer Cakes Fillings, Frostings and IcingsThe book starts off basic tips and techniques for cakes which will be helpful for every baker, new or old. The first recipe in the book, B [...]

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    3. This is one of the most amazing cake cookbooks in my arsenal. I got it because I wanted to make more old fashioned cakes and these recipes are to die for. They not only are easy to follow, which is a must for any baker and great for the beginner. They also give you detail about what the finished cake is like. Is it moist. Does it have a good shelf-life. Etc. There is also plenty of history to tempt those of us who love nostalgia. Also, these recipes are easy to adapt for the Gluten Free baker. T [...]

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    4. I didn't read this cover to cover, as it is a cookbook, but I read various sections and perused recipes and pictures, and it's a very charming book. There are a few recipes I am definitely going to try, and some that I am dubious about, which is usual for me, as I'm not the most adventurous when it comes to new foods. I was surprised to learn that cakes were sweeter in the early 1900s. I would've thought, with America's raging sweet tooth (and I'm included there), that desserts would be sweeter [...]

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    5. While interesting (I particularly loved the names- like the Watergate cake), I was disappointed by sparse amount of pictures. I've never seen or heard of most of the cakes, so I think visuals would have been nice. Also, I would have liked longer blurbs about the history of the cakes and their names.

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    6. I am not a fan of cookbooks that don't have at least one picture for each recipe. A lot of these recipes sounded very tasty, but I am just not that motivated to make them when I can't see what they'll look like. This book did have some good baking tips though.

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    7. Finding this book at my local library was a treat as I will soon be adding it to my own. Lovely gloss photos of delicious cakes, flips and rolls with real ingredients. Can't wait to try out these recipes. Something for everyone's taste. Must read!

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    8. Oh my. This book. I will have to procure for our own private cookbook selection. I cannot wait to bake my way through it. The recipes are easy to read and even easier to understand and baking anything out of this will make me look really good at summer BBQs and potlucks. The photos are beautiful and make me want to jump out of my comfortable reading chair and get to the grocery store.

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    9. I haven't actually baked one of the recipes yet, but I was really caught up in the cookbook as if it were a book. She uses whole ingredients, which I like, and every cake has a story. I do wish there were mor photos!

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    10. Packed with interesting old time recipes. GreatCollection.

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    11. Vintage Cakes is the kind of book that should be really appealing to me. Julie Richardson, who owns Baker & Spice Bakery in Portland, Oregon, inherited the contents of an old filing cabinet from the previous bakery that was in the space Baker & Spice now inhabits. As she writes in the introduction to this book, that filing cabinet turned out to be"a gold mine of baking formulas, journals, and magazines dating back to the 1920s. These were gems from a time when a cup cake was a "cup cake, [...]

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    12. A charming collection of updated recipes for both classic and forgotten cakes, from a timeless yellow birthday cake with chocolate buttercream frosting, to the new holiday standard, Gingerbread Icebox Cake with Mascarpone Mousse, written by a master baker and coauthor of Rustic Fruit Desserts.Make every occasion—the annual bake sale, a birthday party, or even a simple Sunday supper—a celebration with this charming collection of more than 50 remastered classics.Each recipe in Vintage Cakes is [...]

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    13. A great comprehensive dessert cookbook that is easy to understand and use. The beautiful photography tries to re-create yet update vintage photographs, exactly how the she approaches the book's contents. Richardson makes the excellent decision to re-create/update vintage recipes--instead of using canned ingredients and box mixes, she alters the recipes to reflect her focus on local and seasonal ingredients, recreating and improving the desserts from scratch. What makes this a five star baking bo [...]

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    14. lovely book with beautiful images (though not enough of them! drives me batty when a recipe doesn't have a picture). an amazon review noted that they were "blurry", which made me chuckle - i'm pretty sure the blurriness was more to add to the 'vintage' feel. can't attest to the "vintage"-ness of the recipes themselves, as she does seem to take (and confess to) a liberal number of changes in almost every recipede the berry long cake with ginger crumb for a potluck at work and it was delicious! sh [...]

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    15. I picked this up from the library because Julie Richardson is a local author and bakery cafe owner. Lovely traditional cakes. I like more pictures than provided but the photos that were included were beautiful. That whole section for layer cakes. Yum! 65 different recipes. Reminds me of The Back In The Day Cookbook by Griffith and Cheryl Day. I need to coif my hair, don a frilly apron, and bake in heels and pearlsis one is a lovely gift or a keeper for the baking enthusiast. ps. this author also [...]

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    16. OMG make the Mississippi Mud Cupcakes. Just do it now. Make sure there are other people around to help you eat them, though.This is a good cookbook with some really solid recipes. I've had to fiddle with a few, but they've all worked out really well in the end. I've yet to make a recipe from this book that hasn't been a hit with at least one member of my family. There aren't pictures of every recipe, which is a turn-off for some, but it's still a beautiful book.

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    17. I have made the coffee crunch cake twice in the past week. It was such a hit the first it was requested again. Was it wasy? Yes, very much so. You do need a candy thermometer though to make the coffee flavored honecomb. This recipe will be made again and again and I am already thinking of the variations I will make out of it.I made the gingerbread cake and hated it. Threw it in the garbage.

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    18. I read Vintage Cakes like a novel. While I have yet to make any of the recipes, I trust they're going to be awesome because I bake frequently from Rustic Fruit Desserts by Richardson and Cory Schreiber and always with tasty results. I tend to gravitate to cupcakes, tortes, quick cakes, and such because making layer cakes intimidates me but after reading Vintage Cakes I feel inspired to give it a go. Lane Cake I'm coming for you!

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    19. Yum. Recommend the Texas Sheet Cake, which has only its size in common with Texas. The result is actually really close to these packaged brownies I used to buy from the cafeteria cart in high school, but tastier and not loaded with weird preservatives. There are lots of other tasty looking things in here as well - as well as things that are probably tasty but which had no photos. Cookbooks should always have photos.

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    20. I wanted to find some unique cakes for baking since it is a hobby and this book did the trick. There are some great recipes inside with very thorough instructions and nice illustrations to give you an idea of what the cake should look like upon completion. I like the book overall, some of the recipes are a bit involved, but one would assume so due to the type of cakes.

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    21. This is a really great book if you like to bake! The cakes range from easy to quite complicated, but the instructions are easy and the author gives lots of guidance on the times, etc. She also gives a lot of tips for turning out, prepping, etc and each recipe includes some history. My only problem is that it's too short! But this is really worth the investment if you love to bake.

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    22. I love this book! I've made at least 10 cakes from it and each one has been great. The coffee crunch spiral is my favorite so far. Or maybe the Honey Bee cake, Or? Julie has updated the recipes, using the type of ingredients I feel good about using, with a focus on taste and ease of use. The instructions are clearly written. Now, which one to make next?

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    23. TCL Call# 641.8653 Richardson JSuzanne - 5 starsWell if you don't like to bake, this might change your mind. A whole book of cakes that your grandma might have made! Hard to resist the fabulous photos and total disregard for gluten, dairy or all things cooked. That being said, the sculptural edibles are hard to resist. Have made 3 so far and each was a magical, caloric wonder! sigh!

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    24. This book just came out and presents some strong candidates for classic cakes done in a delicious manner. Biggest plus: variety and well written directions. Biggest flaw: measurements not provided in grams for those of us who weigh. Overall I recommend this book to new and more experienced bakers alike.

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    25. Picked this up at the local bookstore, it looked like there were some recipes I would try. The recipes look nice, not sure how true vintage they are and there are definitely some recipes that I will not be making too hard and complicated.Overall there are two that I did try and they came out pretty and tasted good.

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    26. Fabulous book! The recipes are delicious - I tried the pink champagne cake and it was lovely. Not too sweet, and the recipes are easy to make - time consuming at times- but quite clear in direction. I want to buy this book for my collection!

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    27. Lovely book chock full of beautiful throwback cakes with plenty of appeal for today's table. I wish there was a pic with each cake, but there are still plenty of photos and fun recipes to make you want to take out the butter and warm up the oven.

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    28. Checked this out of the library to give it the once-over. Definitely saw some cakes I want to make -- especially in the roll-up category. Will buy on deep discount or check out from the library again.

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    29. nicely written with good baking tips and suggestions, but not truly vintage cakes, more of vintage cakes given a modern makeover with some tweaks to the flavours and sugar level, etc. that said, I'm still keen on trying the recipes.

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    30. I bought the book because it was so beautiful and I like to read cookbooks. Bonus was that there are recipes I can use, which was a delightful surprise to me as I have celiac disease and was assuming that most of them would be too temperamental to be adaptable to gluten free flours. I'm having fun!

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