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Toronto Eats – Review

Following the tremendous success of the first book, “Toronto Cooks”, editor Amy Rosen has assembled a new collection of more than 100 recipes from 50 amazing chefs in “Toronto Eats”. Includes recipe for Pusateri’s Chocolate Chip Banana Bread. […]

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Holiday Cookies

Born from her childhood memories of festive holiday seasons in Sweden, Holiday Cookies by Elisabet der Nederlanden celebrates her lifelong love of baking around the holidays. The six chapters of recipes will make delicious cookies. […]

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Sheet Pan Suppers Vegetarian – Review

To begin, I want to make it clear. I am not a Vegetarian. That doesn’t mean that a vegetarian cookbook isn’t of value. It is important to have veggies in your diet and everyone should have a go-to dish when having a Vegetarian over to eat. Includes recipe for Chocolate-Chocolate Sparklers. […]

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Let’s Get Monster Smashed – Review

If you are a horror movie aficionado of the classics from the ’80s and ’90s with a “deep love of booze” then “Let’s Get Monster Smashed – Horror Movie Drinks For A Killer Time” by Jon Chaiet and Marc Chaiet is the book for you. The authors describe the recipes as a mix of vintage favorites and new classics.
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The Wizard’s Cookbook – Review

Are you in search of a good dish to serve a visiting witch or wizard? Perhaps you are planning a cosplay party? Maybe you just want to set a magical table. Then The Wizard’s Cookbook is a must-have book for you. Includes recipe for Poisoned Apples from Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs own Wicked Queen. […]

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Baking Class – Review

Last year around this time I was lucky enough to review a new book by Deanna F. Cook. This year I am thrilled to announce “Baking Class: 50 Fun Recipes Kids Will Love To Bake!” from the same author. Includes recipe for Coconut Macaroons. […]