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America's Favorite Home Bakers

The Brass Sisters are back with another treasure trove of treats!

Marilynn and Sheila Brass are on a mission to bring old-fashioned home baking to everyone’s kitchen. In Baking with the Brass Sisters, they’ve gone to their collection of trusted manuscript cookbooks and handwritten recipes to discover home-baked favorites that were brought to America from around the world, as well as many created right here.

Baking with the Brass Sisters will be available both off the shelf and online starting 10/6/15. Here are some of the places where you can pre-order the book through an Internet retailer:

Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Books-a-Million
iBooks | Indiebound | Powell’s Books | Walmart


  • Sheila and Marilynn Brass, my two favorite New England bakers, have done it again! Baking with the Brass Sisters is not only a collection of delicious and easy to accomplish recipes, but in many ways it's a short history of American baking told though the books and manuscripts of scores of home bakers. It's a must-have for all lovers of baking and cookbooks.
    — Nick Malgieri, author of Pastry Perfection and How to Bake
  • I love the Brass sisters for their ability to cut through the fiddly nonsense too often associated with home baking. Instead, Marilynn and Sheila serve up page after page of doable, utterly delectable treats that you and I can make on a moment's notice without a trip to the gourmet market (and the bank before that). Their Yankee know-how and impeccable taste shines through on every page. This is a cookbook for people who love to bake...and not just dream about it!
    — Rick Rodgers, author of Kaffehaus, Tea and Cookies, and Coffee and Cake
  • Bakers who treasure classic recipes with a touch of history and a lot of love will relish such delicacies as sweet potato drop scones, graham shingles, and cheese crumble apple pie. Highly Recommended.
    — Library Journal on Baking with the Brass Sisters

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Photography: Andy Ryan