In his book, “The Baking Cookbook: 50 Tasty New Recipes for You” Jonas Power, who has dedicated his life to studying a plethora of baking recipes from around the world, shares his favorites.If you’re passionate about pies, pizzas, cakes, cookies, pastries and you love cooking something original, this book will help you surprise yourself and your loved ones by bringing recipes to life – all on your own. It’s easier than it seems and more delicious than you might imagine. All the recipes are time-tested and require only easy-to-find ingredients. Anyone can prepare them and express themselves through their baking.In this book, you’ll find well-thought-out descriptions, ingredients, lists of materials you’ll need, step-by-step directions, and many high-quality illustrations that will help you get to know the art of cooking, similar to learning the alphabet, without anybody’s help. It will seem as easy as “ABC.” You’ll save yourself thousands of hours! After your first try, you’ll be wanting to cook again and again. You’ll be amazed at how easy it will be to repeat your success. Your friends might think you’ve turned into an experienced chef. And you’ll feel the excitement of trying something new, changing the fillings to fit your own taste. The main thing is to understand the key of every dish. With this book you will see the magical and diverse world of baking.Even experienced bakers will find a lot of new things inside. Quick foods, lovely desserts, full-course meals for one or two people, and, of course, baking ideas for a family dinner or celebration.Working with dough is pure magic. It feels your love and care. If you want to find the best baking recipes in the world, then proceed to buy, download, and read the book by Jonas Power “The Baking Cookbook: 50 Tasty New Recipes for You” on Amazon and start trying! You’ll do great!
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My name is Jonas Power and I am 32 years old. I live with my wife, Alice, and son, Ronald, in the city of Norfolk. I was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia. I come from a large family that included my parents, grandmother, two younger twin brothers, an elder sister, and me. We all lived together in a large house on the outskirts of the city. My father was engaged in trade; my mom and grandmother took care of the house and raised me and my brothers and sister. As a child, I was shy and a loner. I didn’t have friends, so I spent a lot of time at home by myself or helping my mother with the housework. I didn’t like school; studying was hard for me and I often ran away from school, pretended to be sick, or came up with some other excuse to get out of studying and doing homework. But I always loved to cook. From early childhood, I often helped my mother and grandmother in the kitchen, preparing various dishes. Watching the cooking process truly inspired me; I liked the aromas and, of course, the taste of the food. My mother and grandmother were great cooks. They created culinary masterpieces in the kitchen and the most delicious dishes were always presented at our table. I watched the cooking process, memorized the nuances, and learned from them. When I got older, I began trying to cook on my own and it worked out well enough! Most importantly, I took incredible pleasure in the cooking process itself. So it wasn’t surprising that when I finished school I decided to go to culinary school in order to become a chef and, hopefully, open my own restaurant one day. In my last year of culinary school, I participated in a master class competition for most original dish decoration and took first place! After winning the competition, I was invited to work at an excellent Italian restaurant, where I now work as an assistant chef. Recently, I started writing cookbooks – one of which you’re now holding in your hands. My creative work inspires me and I plan to continue developing and improving my skills in the art of cooking and writing new cookbooks. Dear reader, Thank you, dear reader, for reading my brief biography. I hope you enjoy my book – as this was my main goal – and I wish you all the best!Jonas Power