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Cookbook Giveaway: The New Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day

Cooking Channel fans and Devour readers are well-acquainted with Zoë François’ fanciful baking and dessert creations — from showstopping holiday cakes to everyday sweets — and the helpful step-by-step guides within each of her posts. And while Zoë’s recipe library on Cooking Channel contains grilled buns and quick breads, you might not know that one of her greater passions — and fodder for multiple cookbooks — is traditional bread baking.

New Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day Cookbook

On sale this week, The New Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day cookbook is the revised and enhanced version of Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day, the 2007 brainchild of CIA-trained Zoë and co-author Jeff Hertzberg, M.D., combining their culinary and scientific strengths. Born of a discussion during their kids’ music class, Artisan Bread aims to empower readers to bake bread daily by “mix[ing] enough dough for several loaves and stor[ing] it in the refrigerator.”

This revolutionary concept drew a sizeable audience, making Artisan Bread a best-seller and resulting in the creation of artisanbreadinfive.com, a destination for new recipes and photographs and a hub for a community of bread bakers. The questions and comments that arose in this forum fueled additional cookbooks, and now, the revision of that first successful endeavor.

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How to Make Buns on the Grill

Grilled Buns

As summer temperatures get hot and steamy, we’re heading out to the backyard for grilling. And there’s no need to heat up your kitchen to get fresh, crusty rolls to pair with your burgers and kebabs. Make them right on the grill!

This recipe is fast and easy to do, and there is nothing better than fresh bread!  These buns are made from the olive oil dough in my first book Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day. Mix up a large batch of dough, which stores in the refrigerator for up to two weeks. It can be used to make everything from baguettes to calzones in just five minutes of active time.  With this dough on hand, you can have fresh bread every day.

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