All About Cake

All About Cake

Welcome to the sugar-fueled, manically creative cake universe of Christina Tosi. It's a universe of ooey-gooey banana-chocolate-peanut butter cakes you make in a crockpot, of layer cakes that taste like Key lime pie, and the most baller birthday cake ever. From her home kitchen to the creations of her beloved Milk Bar, All About Cake covers everything: two-minute microwave Welcome to the sugar-fueled, manically creative cake universe of Christina Tosi. It's a universe of ooey-gooey...

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Title:All About Cake
Author:Christina Tosi
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Genres:Food and Drink
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Number of Pages:288 pages pages

All About Cake Reviews

  • Kris Springer
    Dec 04, 2018

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

  • Jennifer
    Feb 22, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

    Totally fun to read and crave over, but the only cake I would make is the Raspberry Bundt Cake. ...

    Interesting to read, great pictures, and the one recipe I've made from it so far was a big hit. ...

    These cakes all look divine but there's no way in hell I would ever make them. Too complicated and time-intensive. ...

    All recipes given in grams. ...

    This is everything a cookbook about cake should be- whimsical, fun, great photography, and recipes I cannot WAIT to try! ...

    I want to make all of these!! I love this book as much as the first one. So many of these looked great. ...

    There wasn't a lot here that I'd want to try. I'd rather buy. But I love Christina Tosi. ...

  • Sandy
    Dec 23, 2018

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

    Totally fun to read and crave over, but the only cake I would make is the Raspberry Bundt Cake. ...

    Interesting to read, great pictures, and the one recipe I've made from it so far was a big hit. ...

    These cakes all look divine but there's no way in hell I would ever make them. Too complicated and time-intensive. ...

    All recipes given in grams. ...

  • Janet
    Feb 19, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

    Totally fun to read and crave over, but the only cake I would make is the Raspberry Bundt Cake. ...

  • Jessica
    Jan 20, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

    Totally fun to read and crave over, but the only cake I would make is the Raspberry Bundt Cake. ...

    Interesting to read, great pictures, and the one recipe I've made from it so far was a big hit. ...

    These cakes all look divine but there's no way in hell I would ever make them. Too complicated and time-intensive. ...

    All recipes given in grams. ...

    This is everything a cookbook about cake should be- whimsical, fun, great photography, and recipes I cannot WAIT to try! ...

    I want to make all of these!! I love this book as much as the first one. So many of these looked great. ...

    There wasn't a lot here that I'd want to try. I'd rather buy. But I love Christina Tosi. ...

    beautiful photographs and interesting recipes. ...

    ...

  • Sara
    Nov 15, 2018

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

    Totally fun to read and crave over, but the only cake I would make is the Raspberry Bundt Cake. ...

    Interesting to read, great pictures, and the one recipe I've made from it so far was a big hit. ...

    These cakes all look divine but there's no way in hell I would ever make them. Too complicated and time-intensive. ...

    All recipes given in grams. ...

    This is everything a cookbook about cake should be- whimsical, fun, great photography, and recipes I cannot WAIT to try! ...

    I want to make all of these!! I love this book as much as the first one. So many of these looked great. ...

  • Holly
    Jan 20, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

  • Cody
    Feb 02, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

    Totally fun to read and crave over, but the only cake I would make is the Raspberry Bundt Cake. ...

    Interesting to read, great pictures, and the one recipe I've made from it so far was a big hit. ...

  • Mary Beth
    Feb 11, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

    Totally fun to read and crave over, but the only cake I would make is the Raspberry Bundt Cake. ...

    Interesting to read, great pictures, and the one recipe I've made from it so far was a big hit. ...

    These cakes all look divine but there's no way in hell I would ever make them. Too complicated and time-intensive. ...

    All recipes given in grams. ...

    This is everything a cookbook about cake should be- whimsical, fun, great photography, and recipes I cannot WAIT to try! ...

  • Robin
    Jan 08, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

  • Mairzi
    Dec 30, 2018

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

    Totally fun to read and crave over, but the only cake I would make is the Raspberry Bundt Cake. ...

    Interesting to read, great pictures, and the one recipe I've made from it so far was a big hit. ...

    These cakes all look divine but there's no way in hell I would ever make them. Too complicated and time-intensive. ...

    All recipes given in grams. ...

    This is everything a cookbook about cake should be- whimsical, fun, great photography, and recipes I cannot WAIT to try! ...

    I want to make all of these!! I love this book as much as the first one. So many of these looked great. ...

    There wasn't a lot here that I'd want to try. I'd rather buy. But I love Christina Tosi. ...

    beautiful photographs and interesting recipes. ...

  • Martha
    Dec 08, 2018

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

  • H
    Dec 18, 2018

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

  • Amanda Mitkov
    Dec 28, 2018

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

  • Karynne
    Jan 12, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

  • Shannon
    Dec 03, 2018

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

    Totally fun to read and crave over, but the only cake I would make is the Raspberry Bundt Cake. ...

    Interesting to read, great pictures, and the one recipe I've made from it so far was a big hit. ...

    These cakes all look divine but there's no way in hell I would ever make them. Too complicated and time-intensive. ...

  • Elaine
    Nov 13, 2018

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

  • McKenzie
    Jan 30, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

    Totally fun to read and crave over, but the only cake I would make is the Raspberry Bundt Cake. ...

    Interesting to read, great pictures, and the one recipe I've made from it so far was a big hit. ...

    These cakes all look divine but there's no way in hell I would ever make them. Too complicated and time-intensive. ...

    All recipes given in grams. ...

    This is everything a cookbook about cake should be- whimsical, fun, great photography, and recipes I cannot WAIT to try! ...

    I want to make all of these!! I love this book as much as the first one. So many of these looked great. ...

    There wasn't a lot here that I'd want to try. I'd rather buy. But I love Christina Tosi. ...

    beautiful photographs and interesting recipes. ...

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  • Christopher Farrell
    Jan 07, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

  • Mary
    Feb 05, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

  • Katie Young
    Jan 05, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

  • ReGina
    Nov 28, 2018

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

  • Danielle Burgsma
    Feb 22, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

  • Becca Hunt
    Feb 06, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

  • LeAnn Chizek
    Feb 03, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

    Totally fun to read and crave over, but the only cake I would make is the Raspberry Bundt Cake. ...

    Interesting to read, great pictures, and the one recipe I've made from it so far was a big hit. ...

    These cakes all look divine but there's no way in hell I would ever make them. Too complicated and time-intensive. ...

    All recipes given in grams. ...

    This is everything a cookbook about cake should be- whimsical, fun, great photography, and recipes I cannot WAIT to try! ...

    I want to make all of these!! I love this book as much as the first one. So many of these looked great. ...

    There wasn't a lot here that I'd want to try. I'd rather buy. But I love Christina Tosi. ...

    beautiful photographs and interesting recipes. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Kristina Goff
    Jan 03, 2019

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

  • Abraham Mccarthy
    Nov 23, 2018

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

    Totally fun to read and crave over, but the only cake I would make is the Raspberry Bundt Cake. ...

    Interesting to read, great pictures, and the one recipe I've made from it so far was a big hit. ...

    These cakes all look divine but there's no way in hell I would ever make them. Too complicated and time-intensive. ...

    All recipes given in grams. ...

    This is everything a cookbook about cake should be- whimsical, fun, great photography, and recipes I cannot WAIT to try! ...

    I want to make all of these!! I love this book as much as the first one. So many of these looked great. ...

    There wasn't a lot here that I'd want to try. I'd rather buy. But I love Christina Tosi. ...

    beautiful photographs and interesting recipes. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Martha Apondi
    Dec 19, 2018

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

    Totally fun to read and crave over, but the only cake I would make is the Raspberry Bundt Cake. ...

    Interesting to read, great pictures, and the one recipe I've made from it so far was a big hit. ...

    These cakes all look divine but there's no way in hell I would ever make them. Too complicated and time-intensive. ...

    All recipes given in grams. ...

    This is everything a cookbook about cake should be- whimsical, fun, great photography, and recipes I cannot WAIT to try! ...

    I want to make all of these!! I love this book as much as the first one. So many of these looked great. ...

    There wasn't a lot here that I'd want to try. I'd rather buy. But I love Christina Tosi. ...

    beautiful photographs and interesting recipes. ...

    ...

    ...

  • Marsha Hack
    Dec 23, 2018

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

    Totally fun to read and crave over, but the only cake I would make is the Raspberry Bundt Cake. ...

    Interesting to read, great pictures, and the one recipe I've made from it so far was a big hit. ...

    These cakes all look divine but there's no way in hell I would ever make them. Too complicated and time-intensive. ...

    All recipes given in grams. ...

    This is everything a cookbook about cake should be- whimsical, fun, great photography, and recipes I cannot WAIT to try! ...

    I want to make all of these!! I love this book as much as the first one. So many of these looked great. ...

    There wasn't a lot here that I'd want to try. I'd rather buy. But I love Christina Tosi. ...

    beautiful photographs and interesting recipes. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Aundrea Shockley
    Dec 24, 2018

    Anyone who knows me knows I love cake. I also love pie, cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate, muffins, cookies...well, you get the picture. All About Cake is no ordinary cookbook about cake. There's cake and then there's CAAAKKKEEEE like the ones featured here. The recipes are ...

    Absolutely fantastic book and great recipes. This is basically a bigger continuation of the first Milk Bar cookbook- whereas that one focused on cookies and ice cream, in here you've got loads of cake in all forms, including the famous cake truffles. I've already tried a few recipes an...

    If you enjoy making really good cakes and being very creative in the process, go get this book. Right. Now. In her first book, Tosi has amazing cakes, but they are pretty complicated and require a lot of time. With this book, however, she spans the cake world from mug cakes up loaf cak...

    Beautiful and yummy-looking cakes. Not going to make of them but... very nice. ...

    This will be the year of cake, and I couldn't be more excited. I've already tried two of the three mug cakes and couldn't be happier with them. ...

    Tosi, past pastry chef at Momofuko and current owner of Milk Bar, came late to cake, deciding in 2005 she was going to come up with cake recipes that were flavor forward, amazing and not reliant on frosting for taste. Here she shares the recipes she developed that met her criteria. She...

    I was super excited for this book... I have the first momofuku cookbook and it was nothing less than revelatory. I am a hardcore Tosi acolyte. If we talk long enough to say hello to one another, odds are very good you will hear something about my most recent Tosi-inspired baking succes...

    I'm not a baker..................... But I liked the new and refreshing recipes that this book offered. Besides suggestions on ingredients for the baker's kitchen, the best tools and equipment were also listed and described. I will occasionaly perpare a bundt and I liked her suggestion...

    All bakers should take a gander at this one. So fun to read, so interesting in terms of flavor matching and the science of cooking and the fun, insouciant tone of the author. I am going to have to make a pilgrimage to Momofuku Milk Bar when I am in NYC again. Some day I will make some ...

    I LOVE Christina Tosi's baking style. She's creative and ingenious but totally relatable and inspirational. I read and baked my way through her Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook and was exited to try this book out. It hasn't disappointed. The recipes take time but they are all worth it. Chris...

    I enjoy Christina Tosi?s amicable and easy style of writing. However, I find her recipes less accessible. If you want to recreate Milk Bar desserts, she tells you how. But if you?re looking for general tips and suggestions for getting your own creative juices flowing, I would recom...

    Interesting cake theories and intriguing recipes. I made a monstrous chocolate birthday cake based on this book and learned several techniques that will definitely up my cake game. Maybe about a third of the book is practical for the home baker who does not have unlimited time and ener...

    I love that not only are there recipes in this book, their cake building formula and aesthetic is explained so that anyone can create a cake with their style in mind. ...

    Not a big cake baking guy, but after this I?ll sure start. ...

    Interesting, but generally not my type of baking. I might try one sometime this year as part of my baking challenge though. ...

    Totally fun to read and crave over, but the only cake I would make is the Raspberry Bundt Cake. ...

    Interesting to read, great pictures, and the one recipe I've made from it so far was a big hit. ...

    These cakes all look divine but there's no way in hell I would ever make them. Too complicated and time-intensive. ...

    All recipes given in grams. ...

    This is everything a cookbook about cake should be- whimsical, fun, great photography, and recipes I cannot WAIT to try! ...

    I want to make all of these!! I love this book as much as the first one. So many of these looked great. ...

    There wasn't a lot here that I'd want to try. I'd rather buy. But I love Christina Tosi. ...

    beautiful photographs and interesting recipes. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...