Friday, August 22, 2014
One Dirty Bowl: Fast Baking, Faster Cleanup. by Christina Dymock
Paperback: 136 pages
Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc.; Spi edition (June 10, 2014)
About the author:
Christina Dymock graduated from the University of Utah with a B.S. in Public Relations. She has been published in Woman’s World Magazine and several Chicken Soup for the Soul books, and she is the author of 101 Things to do With Popcorn. She resides in Central Utah with her husband and four children. You can follow their cooking adventures at teachingyoungchefs.blogspot.com.
My Blog: http://christinadymock.wordpress.com/
My review: One Dirty Bowl: Fast Baking, Faster Cleanup. by Christina Dymock
I read this cookbook at the worst time my power was out all day and I was hungry. These
recipes look good. I bookmarked a couple that I want to try soon as I get ingredients.
Mint fudge looks yummy and one I could do.
I want to also make a jelly cake. I forgot the secrets of how to make one. These look good. All right most of the recipes I would love to eat. Too bad samples don't come with the book.
I have not done a lot of baking the last few years and when I do I take the easy way not the homemade. So I want to get back to cooking more. Especially like the idea of not using all my bowls. I hate doing dishes.
I was given this ebook to read so I could honestly review it.
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