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Named one of the Best Cookbooks of the Year by Food & Wine, The Boston Globe, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today, The Washington Post, and more
 

Israeli baking encompasses the influences of so many regions—Morocco, Yemen, Germany, and Georgia, to name a few—and master baker Uri Scheft seamlessly marries all of these in his incredible baked goods at his Breads Bakery in New York City and Lehamim Bakery in Tel Aviv. Nutella-filled babkas, potato and shakshuka focaccia, and chocolate rugelach are pulled out of the ovens several times an hour for waiting crowds. In Breaking Breads, Scheft takes the combined influences of his Scandinavian heritage, his European pastry training, and his Israeli and New York City homes to provide sweet and savory baking recipes that cover European, Israeli, and Middle Eastern favorites. Scheft sheds new light on classics like challah, babka, and ciabatta—and provides his creative twists on them as well, showing how bakers can do the same at home—and introduces his take on Middle Eastern daily breads like kubaneh and jachnun. The instructions are detailed and the photos explanatory so that anyone can make Scheft’s Poppy Seed Hamantaschen, Cheese Bourekas, and Jerusalem Bagels, among other recipes. With several key dough recipes and hundreds of Israeli-, Middle Eastern–, Eastern European–, Scandinavian-, and Mediterranean-influenced recipes, this is truly a global baking bible.

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“From babka to breadsticks, Breaking Breads is a definitive guide.”
Food & Wine, The Best Cookbooks for 2016

“A delight to contemplate, offering up utterly creative and beautiful challahs, babkas, rugelach, burekas, and pita, with a small array of savory dips, salads, and condiments at the end. It’s baker porn.”
—The Boston Globe, The Season’s Best Cookbooks

“Uri Scheft’s new cookbook falls midway between two trends—Old World baking and Israeli cuisine—and the results are deeply satisfying. . . . Scheft’s recipes are fairly simple for a baking book, without the torturously long instructions many traditional methods can include. And there are plenty of sidebars, with tips.”
Los Angeles Times, Our Favorite Cookbooks of Fall 2016

“Stunning. . . . Scheft, the force behind Lehamim Bakery in Tel Aviv and Breads Bakery in New York, has contributed mightily to the canon of bread-focused books not only for his wizard use of Middle Eastern ingredients but also for helping to create such stunning process and technique photography.”
The Washington Post, The Best Cookbooks of 2016
 
“[Scheft’s] generously portioned recipes for basic doughs (e.g., challah, babka, brioche, flatbreads) lend themselves to endless variation, and general home bakers can use them to produce both simple rolls and dramatic, festive loaves. [The book] explains the dough’s look and feel during all stages of preparation and includes plenty of step-by-step photographs to illustrate more challenging braiding, coiling, and other shaping techniques. . . . An essential modern Middle Eastern baking collection featuring delights such as shakshuka focaccia and chocolate rugelach.”
Library Journal, starred review
 
“No matter your heritage, this collection will expand your horizons.”
—Minneapolis Star Tribune

“This beautiful book . . . provides a thorough look into the many influences that have shaped the world of Israeli baking . . . full of enough details and photos to encourage even a novice baker to bake.”
—Haaretz.com
 
“Drawing from his Israeli heritage, childhood love of fresh breads, and global travels, Uri makes the international classics . . . and lesser-known European, Israeli, and Middle Eastern Breads . . . accessible for the home baker. . . . This cookbook is truly a bread baker’s guide to Europe and the Middle East.”
Bake from Scratch magazine
 
“A bold and beautiful collection of updated classics and playful riffs.”
The Forward
 
“To sample Scheft’s chocolate babka is at once a blessing and a curse: It’ll become an obsession. But thanks to [ Breaking Breads] you can make it at home—with the help of step-by-step photograph instructions that ensure babka success.”
—TastingTable.com

“Uri Scheft is the quintessential Israeli baker. His breads, pastries, and babkas have been blowing my mind
since I first ate them on the sidewalk of his bakery in Tel Aviv. This is the book that I have been yearning to
read."
—Michael Solomonov, author and chef/owner of Zahav

"Uri Scheft''s reader-friendly instructions, gleaned from a lifetime of baking, lead would-be bakers into the kitchen. I love this book."
—Joan Nathan, author of King Solomon''s Table

“I''ve been waiting for Uri to reveal the secrets to his incredible babka and chocolate rugelach. He finally reveals them and more in Breaking Breads, which melds Middle Eastern flavors with modern tastes. I''m looking forward to rolling up my sleeves and baking my way through his groundbreaking book.”
—David Lebovitz, author of My Paris Kitchen

“The ultimate modern guide to the world of global Jewish and Middle Eastern baking. Master baker Uri Scheft shares his craft and knowledge of craveable savory and sweet baked goods, inviting you to make them in your own home.”
—Lior Lev Sercarz, author and owner of La Boîte

"From challah to kubaneh, burekas to pita, this is the most definitive and important book on Israeli breads and baking."
—Einat Admony, author and chef/owner of Taïm and Balaboosta

About the Author

Uri Scheft runs Tel Aviv’s Lehamim Bakery, which has been in operation since 2001. He is also the founder of Breads Bakery in New York City, which gained an immediate cult following when it opened in 2014. Born in Israel to Danish parents, Scheft grew up in both Israel and Denmark and divides his time between Israel and the United States.


Raquel Pelzel’s work has been featured in Saveur, the Wall Street Journal, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Shape, and Epicurious, among many others. Formerly an editor at Cook’s Illustrated and the senior food editor and test kitchen director for Tasting Table, Pelzel has written more than 20 cookbooks and has judged Food Network shows including Chopped Junior and Beat Bobby Flay. Pelzel lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her two sons.

 

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Mrs. P
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A Gorgeous Book w/ Poorly Tested Recipes
Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2017
I wanted to love this book, I did. I even gave it as gifts. It''s gorgeous, it''s backed by impressive credentials: a famous baker, a beloved cuisine, media hype, and my own bias toward Israeli food, but for the home baker I find it seriously lacking. I''ve made... See more
I wanted to love this book, I did. I even gave it as gifts. It''s gorgeous, it''s backed by impressive credentials: a famous baker, a beloved cuisine, media hype, and my own bias toward Israeli food, but for the home baker I find it seriously lacking.

I''ve made three recipes so far and all of them were riddled with errors: inaccurate proof times, lack of cohesive shaping instructions, recipes that needed altering in one way or another: too much salt, not enough water, incoherent shaping instructions. This isn''t a big deal for the experienced baker, but these kinds of errors are disaster for a less experienced cook. Without prior bread baking knowledge these recipes would not have turned out. We''re there any recipe testers??

I''ll go recipe by recipe. Light brioche was anything but. Proof time was written as 40 min - 1 hour. Note, the recipe includes FROZEN butter. It took over three hours for the dough to warm enough to rise and that was putting it near the fire in the living room. The end result was a slightly dense, overly chewy brioche, a far cry from what I love about brioche: light, airy, pillowy.

Focaccia: the instructions manage to be overly verbose and vague at the same time; the amount of shaping and the cryptic instructions on rolling into cylinders multiple times then dimpling kills the beautiful supple pillowyness of focaccia. Again, proof times were seriously underestimated. The flavor was seriously lacking, so next time I''ll try his rather confusing instructions on prefermenting part of the dough (there''s some mathematical computations to sort this out) but I can''t imagine a two hour pre ferment to help much. I''d call that an autolyse rather than pre ferment. The cook times are grossly understated for all three of these breads leading me to wonder if these recipes were tested by home cooks.

Lastly, the za''atar pitas. This was the most accurate of the three recipes that I tried. The only problem was the baking instructions to cook two trays at once, rotating part way through. The bottom tray poofed beautifully but did not brown, the top tray browned but didn''t rise as they should have had I baked the trays one at a time on the baking stone in the bottom of the oven. Like the other three breads they required 25-30% longer bake times than suggested.

These are all minor adjustments that any experienced baker can compensate for but the most glaring problems with the book are layout issues. There are photos throughout without instructions on how to achieve such breads, just eye candy. I feel this failing is widespread in cookbooks today, gorgeous impressive books that wow with photography but fall short in instruction. But the largest problem is how the recipes are written, there is no timeline, no bakers schedule. So you have to read through two, three, four pages adding up proofing times to see how long any particular bread will take. Can it be made in a day, an afternoon, a weekend? You don''t know this unless you read through each recipe and with the proof times being wildly inaccurate it''s hard to make an educated guess.

After making just three breads my book is riddled with notes and adjustments, which is not a good start. I''d suggest this for the experienced baker and I will continue to cook from it, but not with confidence. It''s more inspiration, than education.
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pandajama
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Reviewed in the United States on November 27, 2016
Most commenters thus far seem a little bit in awe of the beauty of this book, and it is indeed beautiful, but personally, I''m getting tired of the memoir/cookbook/gorgeous photo thing. I look for a book with clear instructions, impeccable proofreading, and interesting... See more
Most commenters thus far seem a little bit in awe of the beauty of this book, and it is indeed beautiful, but personally, I''m getting tired of the memoir/cookbook/gorgeous photo thing. I look for a book with clear instructions, impeccable proofreading, and interesting recipes.

This book mostly supplies those things. But be warned, most of these recipes not only call for but apparently require the use of a stand mixer -- if you don''t have one that can handle stiff doughs, don''t buy the book. I also found his instructions to be on the skimpy side. Note there is no instruction for the bread on the cover; he only includes a single, simple style of braiding in the book. It''s easy to figure out, but I suspect the ring requires more dough, longer braids, and at least possibly a longer baking time. I''d like to be told that rather than have to wonder and experiment myself -- especially for the bread that graces the cover.

I am also a little bewildered by some of the proofing times. He says his dough should increase in size by 70 percent after a forty minute proof in a "warm kitchen." Honestly, I think the kitchen would have to be in the upper 90s to achieve that kind of proof, if even then. He does not give temperatures in any event, instead instructing the reader to use "cool" water for example. This is not a huge problem for experienced bakers, but I think he could have given some time/temperature starting points.

There also are not a large number of bread recipes, only a few; the remainder is sweets and savory pastries. That''s fine, but it is advertised as a bread book and I was hoping for a bit more variety than it offers in that regard.

In sum, if all you are looking for is challah, you can find that in many places, including the Internet. If you are looking for a variety of Israeli/Middle Eastern/Jewish flatbreads, don''t expect a lot of that here. If you want precise instructions, those aren''t here either. If you don''t have a stand mixer and aren''t about to get one, this book will be of no use to you. But as an introduction to challah and a manual of other sweet and savory baked items, it''s pretty good.
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SH, Chicago
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Beautiful but innacurate and frustrating
Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2017
This book was much anticipated by my wife and I, and we were actually counting the days backwards for it to hit the stores. More than our love of cooking and baking (and eating, duh), this is a taste of our childhood and youth in Israel. For a long time I wanted... See more
This book was much anticipated by my wife and I, and we were actually counting the days backwards for it to hit the stores. More than our love of cooking and baking (and eating, duh), this is a taste of our childhood and youth in Israel.
For a long time I wanted serious and reliable source for techniques (and recipes) for many of those memorandums - babka, various bukeras, cnafe, challa and so much more.
My wife and I made 3 things from the book so far -
1. The oh-so-famous chocolate babka - we made it twice, following the instructions as closely as possible, but it failed twice. The ready (twisted) babka just does not rise, and during baking (in our calibrated oven) tends to burn REALLY quick. I compared the ratios to other recipes from other books (recipes that work), and it seems that the yeast amount is lower by a good 40% in Breaking Breads. Last time, we tried proofing it in a slightly warm, turned off oven for the night, and the dough showed a moderate rise at best.
2. Challa - made the basic recipe and it was good, but we''ve already made better versions. If you''re familiar with Isareli cooking and cuisine, you might know who Rafi Cohen is. His challa recipe was prepared may times at our home, with better results (to our taste).
3. Cheese burekas - the cheese filling was too liquid, and did not resemble any cheese burekas I''ve ever had. If you''re doing that, I''d skip blitzing everything in a food processor, and leave it a bit chunky and less runny.

All in all, the book is lovely, but I have the feeling that the recipes were poorly (if at all) tested. Also mind that some of these recipes are un-necessarily long (over 3 pages). While I appreciate details, I believe some of them could have been squeezed a bit for the sake of simplicity and easy understanding. Just my 2c obviously. I really wanted to love this book, but it’s just too frustrating…
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Raymond L.
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Fabulous book and a great addition to my collection of bread books.
Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2016
I''ve had this book a couple weeks and only made two things, but both have been wonderful. When my husband and I visited Israel we had the Jerusalem Bagels (we called them sesame breads not knowing their name) and I''d been trying to reproduce them ever since.... See more
I''ve had this book a couple weeks and only made two things, but both have been wonderful.

When my husband and I visited Israel we had the Jerusalem Bagels (we called them sesame breads not knowing their name) and I''d been trying to reproduce them ever since. Close but not exactly was always the result. Now I can make them any time and they are what we remember.

To celebrate our 44th anniversary I made the chocolate Babka. It takes time but it really wasn''t difficult. A little messy when twisting the loaf together (author warns of this), but for chocolate lovers it''s a special treat.
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A. Gerber
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Underwhelming
Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2020
I''m an experienced baker--not a pro, but bake bread every week and am confident with cakes, enriched dough, and fiddly recipes--and I was disappointed with this book. For one, half of the recipes are just modifications of one base recipe: babka 5 ways, börek 5 ways, challah... See more
I''m an experienced baker--not a pro, but bake bread every week and am confident with cakes, enriched dough, and fiddly recipes--and I was disappointed with this book. For one, half of the recipes are just modifications of one base recipe: babka 5 ways, börek 5 ways, challah 5 ways, etc. A beginner might appreciate that, but for me, it felt like a bait and switch.

I made both a challah and a babka from this book, and found both to be dry (when executed as written) and not very flavorful. I haven''t made one of the burekas yet, but I was honestly horrified to see that the recipe calls for store-bought puff pastry. Isn''t this a baking book?!?!?!

Anyway, my recommendation is to get Melissa Clark''s orange juice challah recipe and Ottolenghi''s babka recipe online. Done and done.
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joseph berry
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Great book. One problem with Rum Raisin and Cheese Babkha.
Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2016
I''ve made a few breads from this book, most notably the babkhas, using both the advance and basic doughs. They are wonderful—with one problem that I encountered today: the rum raisin and cheese babkha. The mix is SO runny that it is impossible to shape the babkha as... See more
I''ve made a few breads from this book, most notably the babkhas, using both the advance and basic doughs. They are wonderful—with one problem that I encountered today: the rum raisin and cheese babkha. The mix is SO runny that it is impossible to shape the babkha as described in the instructions. I strongly suspect that the ingredients list should specify "one egg yolk" and not a whole egg. It really was a disaster. If anyone else has had this problem—or a success with the Rum Raisin and Cheese Babkha, please comment. I''d love to get it right. Another possibility is to use farmer''s cheese instead of ricotta, or even cream cheese. If anyone reading this has made this recipe, please comment.
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Baking Fool
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Fascinating stuff.
Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2017
OK, it is true I have only baked one recipe, the Marzipan Challah and it was great. I am an experienced baker so time will tell. I must say I am really pleased with all the different breads from Yemen, Morocco, Tunisia. I have just made the Dill Bread and had... See more
OK, it is true I have only baked one recipe, the Marzipan Challah and it was great. I am an experienced baker so time will tell. I must say I am really pleased with all the different breads from Yemen, Morocco, Tunisia.

I have just made the Dill Bread and had issues with the dough, needed 1/2 cup more water, the dough was so stiff. And needed to bake much longer. I wonder if baking at a higher temp would have helped this. It did taste good.
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Kit
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
WOW...My Favorite Bread Book Ever...In Fact...
Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2017
when I was in New York last week...I visited Uri''s bakeries both on 16th Street off Broadway and on the West Side on Broadway. Have already made three of the recipes...and this is definitely a cook book worth READING cover to cover... My carry on when I left New York was... See more
when I was in New York last week...I visited Uri''s bakeries both on 16th Street off Broadway and on the West Side on Broadway. Have already made three of the recipes...and this is definitely a cook book worth READING cover to cover... My carry on when I left New York was all from Breading Breads...and BOY OH BOY were they enjoyed!!!! While I was on 16th Street I had one of the amazing little pizzas too...and am now TOTALLY an addict to the cheese cookies...YUM !!!!!
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Must have for any home and professional baker
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 23, 2017
One of the best baking books that I saw. If you love Mediterranean baking this book is for you, but it contains much more than that. from classic French and Italian through most of the Israeli breads, this book has it all it explain perfectly the process, when needed there...See more
One of the best baking books that I saw. If you love Mediterranean baking this book is for you, but it contains much more than that. from classic French and Italian through most of the Israeli breads, this book has it all it explain perfectly the process, when needed there are additional pictures. The measurements are in both grams and cups Uri Scheft is a very well known baker (has very successful bakery in NYC)
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Dayo Oluwole
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One of the best books on bread!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 11, 2021
This book is more than about Jewish bread! So much wisdom and experience sharing for the home baker! Well written with incredible images and lots of interesting anecdotes.
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Sonya
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One of the best cookbooks I''ve bought.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 17, 2021
Excellent book, mouthwatering pictures, easy to follow instructions, no nonsense ingredients and great results!
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Essi
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Full of delicious recipes!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 21, 2018
Very good book with great pictures! I still didn''t try any recipes, but can''t wait to try them! There is also some basic bread recipes. Recipes looks interesting and delicious. I can recommend this book!
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Loads of lovely bready recipes
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 17, 2016
Bought as a gift as daughter loves baking and she wanted it. She loves it. Loads of lovely bready recipes. Arrived within the promised time.
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