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.
Consider The Messy Baker the Jennifer Lawrence of cookbooks.
As appealing as the mouthwatering recipes are, the friendly tips on almost every page are the real gems.
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.
A gorgeous yet accessible cookbook that manages to inspire both beginning bakers and old pros looking for a new challenge.
Christie's warm personality shines, encouraging the controlled chaos that produces the lopsided pies and uneven cookies I have always adored.
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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