Books about Bread

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Brusati, F. (1996). Pane e cioccolata = Bread and chocolate. [U.S.], Hen's Tooth Video.

Buck, C. E., P. J. McGoldrick, et al. (1991). An examination into consumer perception of supermarkets and specialists in the retail bread market. Manchester, UMIST.

Burbank David, T. (1957). City of little bread: the St. Louis general strike of 1877. St. Louis, Mo., D.T. Burbank.

Buxton Harry John, W. (1901). Bread in the Wilderness. Twelve plain addresses to communicants. London, Skeffington & Son.

Buxton, H. J. W. (1901). Bread in the wilderness. addresses to communicants, London.

Bycroft, L. (1934). Bread baking in New Zealand. A treatise on practical bread making, Auckland; London.

Bycroft, L. T. D. (1934). Bread Baking in New Zealand. A treatise on practical bread making compiled by Bycroft Limited, flourmillers, Auckland, N.Z. Auckland, Whitcombe & Tombs.

Byrde Mrs, a. P. (1916). Bread, Butter, Pastries and Cakes in India and the Colonies. A concise manual for the use of housewives. Second edition. Calcutta, Thacker, Spink & Co.

Byron, M. C. G. (1915). May Byron's cake book: seven hundred and fifty recipes for cakes large and small, bread, rolls, buns, scones, muffins, fried cakes, biscuits, gâteaux, éclairs, icings, fillings, etc., etc., etc. London, Hodder and Stoughton.

Byron, M. C. G. (1915). May Byron's cake book: seven hundred and fifty recipes for cakes large and small, bread, rolls, buns. London, Hodder and Stoughton.

Callard, T. K. (1866). The chemistry of fermentation, in the process of bread making. A lecture delivered at the Bakers' Institute, November 15th, 1866, London.

Cameron, A. (1973). Bread and circuses: the Roman Emperor and his people. London, King's College London.

Cameron-Jones, M. and C. Moray House (1980). Cast your bread. Edinburgh, Moray House College.

Campbell Grant, M. (1991). The aeration of bread dough during mixing, University of Cambridge.

Camus, A. and K. H. W. Hilborn (1988). Threats to western values. Bread and freedom (an excerpt). Toronto, Mackenzie Institute.

Canada (1948). Report on the Bread & other Bakery Products Industry in Canada (The Bread & other Bakery Products Industry), 1946 [etc.], Ottawa.

Canada (1952). Bread and other Bakery Products. Investigation into an alleged combine in connection with the distribution and sale of bread and other bakery products in the Winnipeg area, Manitoba, Ottawa.

Canada. Census of Industry. General Manufactures, B. (1936). Report on the bread & other bakery products industry in Canada 1934, Ottawa.

Canadian Bakers, A. (1936). 103 ways to serve bread. [With illustrations.], [S.l.].

Carr Daniel, C. (1847). The Necessity of Brown Bread for digestion, nourishment and sound health; and the injurious effects of white bread. London, Effingham Wilson.

Causley, C. (1968). Ballad of the bread man, [London].

Chamberlain, A. (1978). Bread and cakes. London [etc.], Foulsham.

Chamberlain, N. and A. British Baking Industries Research (1962). The Chorleywood bread process: commercial application. [S.l.], British Baking Industries Research Association.

Chamjoof, A. (1959). The root cause of the bread and butter demonstraton.

Chin, N. L., G. Campbell, et al. (2003). Bread dough aeration and rheology during mixing. Manchester, UMIST.

Chiotellis, E., G. Campbell, et al. (2001). An improved model of bubble growth during proving of bread dough. Manchester, UMIST.

Clark's Bread, F. (1887). Clark's bread: a popular description of its manufacture. Brighton, John Jackson Clark.

Clarkson, C. (1885). Practical instructions for making bread at home by the hot water process, discovered and brought to perfection by Mr. Charles Clarkson, London.

Cobb, O. E. F. (1902). Communion Hymn. Words by Bishop Heber. [Begins: "Bread of the World."]. London, Vincent Music Co.

Coffin, I. (1820). Description of Sir Isaac Coffin's Invention of a Perpetual Oven for the baking of all kinds of bread. Teape, [London].

Cohen, C. and J. Emerson, Eds. (1982). U K market for bread. Market position series, Manchester Centre for Business Research.

Collister, L. (2001). Bread: from ciabatta to rye. London, Ryland Peters & Small.

Collister, L. and A. Blake (2000). Country bread. London, Conran Octopus.

Commission of the European Communities Community Bureau of, R. (1987). The certification of the contents (mass fractions) of Cd, Pb, Se, Cu, Zn, Fe and Mn in wholemeal flour and iyophilized brown bread reference materials. Luxembourg, CEC.

Cook, C. S. (1906). Bread & Butter Spanish (German-Italian-French). Providence, Livermore & Knight Co.

Cook, C. S. (1906). Bread and butter German, [Providence R.I.].

Cook, C. S. (1906). Bread and butter Italian, [Providence R.I.].

Cook, C. S. (1906). Bread and butter Spanish, [Providence R.I.].

Cook, C. S. (1907). Bread and butter French, Providence, R.I., & London.

Cook, R. L. (1964). Robert Frost and Bread Loaf. Middlebury, Vt., Middlebury College Press.

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