My sister and I have a pact to check each other’s smiles for stray poppy seeds. Not everyone is so lucky.
If I had a time machine, I’d go back and secure the patent for the disposable paper napkin.
Pastry is like snowflakes—no two shattered bits are the alike.
It’s official. The Messy Baker: More than 75 Recipes from a Real Kitchen is now available in stores. It’s published by HarperCollins in Canada and Rodale in the US and the rest of the English-speaking world (that includes you, Australia and the UK). It’s available at major bookstores and from select independent booksellers like The Bookshelf.
The book is available in paperback and as a Kindle e-book. So clear some space on your cookbook shelf and charge up your e-reader. The Messy Baker is on her way.
Christie’s approach to baking is fun and insightful.
The chocolate-orange gingersnap drops are one of those ridiculously easy desserts you’re almost embarrassed to make… Mine suffered a subtraction disease; no matter which shelf I hid them on, each time I checked on them there were fewer.
Consider The Messy Baker the Jennifer Lawrence of cookbooks.
A cookbook that will serve you well whether you have a midnight craving or a last-minute bake sale emergency.
As appealing as the mouthwatering recipes are, the friendly tips on almost every page are the real gems.
A celebration of real baking in all its messy, boisterous, delicious glory.
It’s easy. It’s free. It’s informative.
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