Thursday, March 12, 2015

Blog tour: ‘Finger Foods’by Joyce Whiting

About the book:
Taste your way to deliciousness, one little bite at a time. These scrumptious and sensational finger foods are the perfect way to impress your guests for parties, receptions, and more. Try the Coconut Butterflied Shrimp, Orange and Honey Meatballs, and Lemon Tassies. Packed with recipes and tips from an expert caterer, this book is sure to make your next party a giant hit from the first little bite.
  • File Size: 4066 KB
  • Print Length: 329 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc. (January 11, 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00S5KHEA6

  • About the author:
    Joyce has spent the last 40+ years catering weddings and events as a part-time hobby. She does the cooking while her daughters, daughters-in-law, and granddaughters help with everything else. Catering events range from family dinners under the locust tree to 500 guest events. Events include wedding breakfasts, dinners, and receptions, anniversary parties, prom dinners, class and family reunions, church suppers, and business luncheons.
    Joyce and her husband currently live in Springville, Utah, where she cooks, gardens, and hugs grandkids.

    My review: Finger Foods’by Joyce Whiting

    5 stars

    This is a good cookbook.  The pictures are beautiful.  They make me want to eat them.  Too bad this cookbook  doesn't come with samples!

    I want to make the citrus Medley, double frosted brownies, chicken salad, chocolate dipped strawberries, Hot chocolate.  There is even a recipe to make your own marshmallows.

    I wish I had this cookbook before my daughter got married.  Instead we bought the Hot chocolate.
    This has simple recipes to elegant recipes. Ways to add different touches to the recipes.

    This is a nice paperback cookbook. Thick paper not flimsy.

    I wish I had to take food to someplace so I can make some of these special treats. Not that I am volunteering anytime though.

    This would make a nice gift for someone who likes to cook or is always taking food to share with others.  Like my Mother.

    I was given this cookbook from Cedar Fort Publishing so that I could give a honest review of Finger Foods and be part of its blog tour.

    Finger Foods” blog tour schedule:
    March 2: Reidhead Randomness
    March 3:
    March 4:
    March 5: Babs Book Bistro
    March 6: Inklings and Notions
    March 7:
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    March 9:
    March 10: Literary Wonders
    March 11:
    March 12: Kaisy Daisy’s Corner
    March 13: Readalot
    March 14:
    March 15: Printabelle
    March 16: Wishful Endings

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