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Biscuit, Cookie and Cracker Process and Recipes

  • ID: 4858555
  • Book
  • February 2020
  • 248 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Biscuit, Cookie and Cracker Process and Recipes: A practical reference for a wide range of recipes and production information for crackers, snack crackers, semi-sweet biscuits, short doughs, cookies and sandwich biscuits. These recipes have been developed in Europe, Asia, Australia, North America and South America. Beginning with an explanation of the production process and formulations, this book provides easy-access information for developing new biscuits, cookies and crackers for international markets.

All the process details, formulations, technical information are based on the notes and files of the late Glyn Sykes. Glyn gained wide experience over a working lifetime in the biscuit baking industry, working with over fifty biscuit manufacturers world-wide. Glyn Sykes family have made the information available for the new book, which is a valuable reference for professionals in the biscuit baking industry and students in the food technology field.

  • Includes more than 200 recipes and images to show the process of making crackers, semi-sweet biscuits, short dough biscuits and cookies
  • Presents practical recipes as the basis for development of products using locally available ingredients and production equipment
  • Provides insight from long experience in the baking industry world-wide

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1. Crackers 2. Snack Crackers 3. Semi-sweet biscuits 4. Short doughs: rotary moulded biscuits 5. Cookies 6. Danish Butter Cookies 7. Sandwich biscuits

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Sykes, Glyn Barry
Glyn Barry Sykes, who died in 2015, had a long and distinguished career in baking. After studying food technology in UK, Glyn gained certificates in baking and became a graduate of the Biscuit and Cracker Manufacturers' Association in USA. Later Glyn became a Committee Member of the professional associations: Cake and Biscuit Alliance, London, and the Flour Milling and Bakery Research Association and a member of the working party at the Camden and Chorley Wood Food Research Association. During his career, Glyn was a manager at Bakers Biscuits South Africa, Burtons Gold Medal Biscuits UK, Cadbury Schweppes Hudson New Zealand and later Chief Process Technologist at Baker Perkins Ltd. Glyn published articles in Food Technology International and Biscuit Business magazine.
Davidson, Iain
Iain Davidson graduated from the School of Industrial Design (Engineering) in 1965 and joined Baker Perkins Ltd, working in the Technical Department on the design of new bakery and biscuit production machines. In 1990, Iain was appointed Regional Manager Asia Pacific and re-located to Indonesia and later in 1997 to China. His appointments included Managing Director of Baker Perkins Hong Kong Ltd. and Director of Baker Perkins Japan KK. In 2000, Iain established his own company, Baker Pacific Ltd. in Hong Kong. The company provides process technology, training and equipment to the biscuit and confectionery industry. Baker Pacific Ltd. manufacture biscuit baking ovens in China, India and Indonesia.
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