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Cup or Bowl?
Favorite Soups from the Zingerman’s Bakehouse Kitchen
We introduced soups to our Bakeshop menu nearly 20 years ago and have built up a broad repertoire since. Our newest booklet Cup or Bowl?, includes our 15 favorite recipes so you can enjoy a range of soups from cold summer classics like heirloom gazpacho to American standards like Creamy Tomato de-vine.
Other Bakehouse Books
Zingerman’s Bakehouse: the Cookbook
We see Zingerman’s Bakehouse as much more than a workplace. It’s a community of people coming together, using traditional methods to bake breads and pastries in an environment that supports personal growth and learning. We wrote this book to celebrate the ways we work and the joyful food we create, bringing the Bakehouse into your home with recipes for our most popular items and the stories behind their creations.Buy online from
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Breakfast at the Bakehouse, 1st edition
We love baking for breakfast. In fact, we have so many recipes for tasty breakfast goodies that we plan on creating 2 cookbooklets to cover them all. This first edition will focus on our quick breads, muffins, and savory items, like Breakfast Strata and the beloved Bacon Cheddar Scone. We’ll also feature unique Bakehouse pastries, like Patti Pockets and Bostock.Coming Fall 2020
Fancy Schmancy Holiday Cookies, 2nd Edition
It’s been more than 5 years since we published the first edition of our Fancy Schmancy Holiday Cookies cookbooklet. Since then, we’ve taught many new and now adored holiday cookies at BAKE!, our hands-on teaching bakery. The annual Fancy Schmancy Holiday Cookie class continues to attract hundreds of folks to bake cookies with us. In this second edition, we’ll include some of the tried and true Fancy Schmancy favorites plus the best recipes of the more recent years.Coming Fall 2020
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Helpful how-to videos
Mixing and Kneading Dough
Braiding 6 Strand
Braiding 5 Strand
Shaping a Baguette
Shaping a Round, Football Loaf
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Frequently Asked Questions
We carry a number of pantry ingredients at the Bakehouse. If what you’re looking for is not on the Bakeshop shelf and we have it in the bakery, we’ll happily gather what you need and bring it to the shop. They are often available in your local grocery stores. If not, we suggest you do a search online; they are all readily available from online sellers.
At the bakery we are always in the process of improving our recipes. They are never set forever. The recipes in the books represent our most up-to-date versions when the books are written.
We’re sorry. If they aren’t there, hang on. We’re documenting requests and we are working on a new series of Bakehouse recipe cookbooklets. The recipe you’re looking for may be coming soon.
We also may teach the recipe you’re looking for in one of our classes. Visit our website here and look for the item you love.
If it’s not there, hang on. We’re documenting requests. Perhaps there will be a second book someday!
We’re sorry to say that we’ve discovered a few errors in the recipes. Attached is a file you can download and put in the appropriate book. Thanks for bearing with us.Download Bakehouse Cookbook Errata PDF