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Virtual displays featuring eBooks from UNO Libraries.

Rising to the Occasion

by Claire Du Laney

Have you joined the sourdough bandwagon? Whether you are a seasoned bread maker or just starting out, you'll find plenty of eBooks that provide recipes, explore new techniques, or walk you through the basics. Sourdough, whole wheat, picture books, or kawaii bread, you'll run out of flour before you run out of recipes!

In this display:

  • Hadjiandreou, Emmanuel. (2016). How to Make Sourdough : 47 recipes for great-tasting sourdough breads that are good for you, too. Ryland Peters & Small.
  • Roberts, Kevan. (2020). Baking Sourdough. The Crowood Press.
  • Hadjiandreou, Emmanuel. (2011). How to Make Bread : Step-by-step recipes for yeasted breads, sourdoughs, soda breads and pastries. Ryland Peters & Small.
  • Butters, MaryJane. (2015). Wild Bread : Sourdough Reinvented. Gibbs Smith Publishing.
  • Wong, Shirley. (2017). Kawaii Bread. Marshall Cavendish International Private Publishing.
  • Miller, Victoria. (2018). From No-Knead to Sourdough: A Simpler Approach to Handmade Bread. New Society Publishers.
  • Ojakangas, Beatrice and Susan Gaber. (2002). Great Whole Grain Breads. University of Minnesota Press.
  • Dunaway, Suzanne. (2012). No Need to Knead : Handmade Artisan Breads in 90 Minutes. Grub Street Publishers.
  • Kaplan, Steven Laurence and Catherine Porter. (2006). Good Bread is Back: A Contemporary History of French Bread, the Way It Is Made, and the People Who Make It. Duke University Press.
  • Balinska, Maria. (2008). The Bagel: The Surprising History of a Modest Bread. Yale University Press.
  • Harbison, Elizabeth M. and John Harbison. (1999). Loaves of Fun : A History of Bread with Activities and Recipes from Around the World. Chicago Review Press
  • Rubel, Wiliam. (2011). Bread: A Global History. Reaktion Books, Limited.
  • Heyden, Linda Vander, Kayla Harren, and Tamara Ryan. (2018). Hannah's Tall Order: An A to Z Sandwich. Sleeping Bear Press.