Synopses & Reviews
A chocolate-glazed doughnut and cup of coffee is a match made in heaven for many North Americans, but wait! Something new is happening in the doughnut world: boutique bakeries are popping up everywhere, and "designer doughnuts" are all the rage. The best news of all is that they're actually easy to make at home. And really, is there anything more scrumptious than a fresh doughnut? In Doughnuts, prepare to be tempted by more than fifty recipes, including Chai, Huckleberry Cheesecake, and Red Velvet. Of course, the cookbook is also full of traditional recipes for favorites like Old-Fashioned Sour Cream and Chocolate Raised doughnuts, as well as vegan and gluten-free recipes. The mouthwatering photography and tasty recipes will leave readers and home cooks drooling and dreaming about doughnuts.
"Lara came to our kitchen last year, to work on gluten-free recipes for Doughnuts. They work! They're delicious." Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef
"If this isn't the most exciting cookbook ever, we don't know what is." Largehearted Boy
"[A]nyone who writes and photographs a doughnut recipe book — oh, Doughnuts: Simple and Delicious Recipes to Make at Home, from Sasquatch Books, for instance — is pretty much tops in my book. But really, as awesome as you might figure such a person to be, author/photographer/doughnut maker Lara Ferroni is even better." CakeSpy
"Homer Simpson, your Elysian Fields await, and they're covered with sprinkles...it's a collection of luscious imagery that stirs up sugar-spun memories of childhood." Wasabi Prime
"What to say about this precious little book?...it's so straightforward and easy to follow that even if you've never ever tried doughnuts before you're bound to be successful" Cream Puffs in Venice
About the Author
Lara Ferroni is a food writer and photographer who regularly contributes to Portland Monthly Magazine, Edible Seattle, Seattle magazine, and Epicurious.com. She lives in Seattle.