p. 14: Variation Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake: Brush the bottom and the sides with butter.
p. 77: Crème Anglaise for the Coconut Silk Meringue Buttercream: The weight of 3 egg yolks should be 2 ounces/56 grams.
p. 119: Génoise: Due to the lower ratio of yolk to white in most eggs, we are now recommending to add an extra egg yolk (1 tablespoon plus 1/2 teaspoon (17 ml)|0.7 ounce|19 grams) to ensure a fine texture. Also it is important to use a non-GMO cornstarch to achieve a fine texture.
p. 145: Tea Ganache: The instant powdered lemon tea weighs 0.3 ounce/8.4 grams.
p. 210: Black & Blueberry Pie: blueberries 255 grams / now 1-3/4 cups.
p. 251: Pomegranate Winter Pie, Special Equipment for Crisp Meringue Pie Shell: Instead of coating the pan with shortening and flour, spray it lightly with non-stick cooking spray and coat it with cornstarch. It will make removing the slices much easier. Also, it's fine to spread the meringue instead of piping it, but be sure to make an even thickness.
p. 313: Ricotta now comes in 15 ounce/425 gram containers which is fine but if you are using volume it would be 1-3/4 cups (the volume listed was incorrect).
p. 314: Pasta Frolla for the Pizza Rustica: Roll it 1/8 inch to 1/4 inch thick (1/8 if you like a thinner crust.).
p. 319: (re solution for flat cookies) Use a lower protein flour...(higher protein absorbs more liquid leaving less to turn to steam and puff.)
p. 334: Luxury Oatmeal Cookies: The volume of the oatmeal should be 2-3/4 cups.
p. 338: Gingersnaps: Use volume, not weight for the ground ginger. The weight should not be indicated and 3 grams is not correct.
p. 347: My Chocolate Chip Cookies: Baking time should be 7 to 10 minutes. and on p. 350: Bake for 4 minutes; rotate and continue baking for 3 to 6 minutes.
p. 374: Pizza Rustica: top of the page, 2nd line, the dough should be rolled 1/8 inch thick, not 1/4 inch thick.
p. 388: Mini Gateaux Breton: in the chart, the entry for the butter should read (high quality lightly salted butter). This will refer to the Note on page 390 re using Vermont lightly salted butter.
p. 485: Kouign Amann: End of the first turn paragraph, the weight of the finished dough will be almost 2 pounds/900 grams.
p. 526: Equivalences & Substitutions for brown sugar:
The closest approximation of light brown and dark brown sugar is the following. The weight will be the same but the amount of molasses is slightly higher and more similar to Muscovado.
1 cup/217 grams light brown sugar=1 cup/200 grams granulated sugar plus 1 tablespoon/15 ml/20 grams light molasses
1 cup/239 grams dark brown sugar=1 cup/200 grams granulated sugar plus 2 tablespoon/30 ml/40 grams light molasses