Posts Categorized: Literary Cuisine

Jul 03
Molly McAdams’ Sharing You Blitz + Giveaway

Molly McAdams’ Sharing You Blitz + Giveaway

Love at first sight: Urban legend? Ahh … that wonderful, mysterious thing every woman has dreamt of/wished for since she was a little girl. I believe we can thank Disney for that. But does it actually exist? Sure, we know without a doubt that there is lust/attraction at first sight, but it’s impossible for it not to. You see someone, they’re attractive to you, and instantly your body and mind go into overdrive thinking about a way to introduce yourself … every so slyly, of course! But I’m talking about love. That moment where everything seems to fade away except for the person in your line of sight. That moment when your heart starts pounding in a way you’ve never felt. That moment when you see your future with this… Read more »

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May 28
Blog Tour: Guest Post-Who Doesn’t Love Cupcakes? by Darlene Panzera

Blog Tour: Guest Post-Who Doesn’t Love Cupcakes? by Darlene Panzera

Today’s our stop on The Cupcake Diaries blog tour! I’m excited to welcome Darlene Panzera who shares a super yummy cupcake recipe and guess what? It’s vegan and gluten free so anyone can enjoy them! I really enjoyed the series and reviewed all three novellas here. I do have to warn you-have some cupcakes on hand because you’ll be craving them afterwards! Who Doesn’t Love Cupcakes? Thank you for having me here today! I am very excited to share with you my new series: THE CUPCAKE DIARIES: Sweet on You, Recipe for Love, and Taste of Romance. I write sweet, fun-loving romance and in these 3 short, light-hearted novellas Andi, her sister, Kim, and their friend Rachel follow their dream to open a cupcake shop and find true love! In… Read more »

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Apr 01
Literary Cuisine: Lilly’s Wheaten Bread

Literary Cuisine: Lilly’s Wheaten Bread

I asked Rebecca Reid for the wheaten bread recipe in The Coop because I wanted to bake a loaf myself. She recommended sharing the recipe with readers and here it is. I baked it on Sunday and it came out delicious! It was a hit among friends and if you decide to bake a loaf, let me know how it turns out. An important note: I used this conversion chart. You can add a little more flour without it affecting the outcome too much. I also baked the loaf at 375°F for an hour. Lilly’s Wheaten Bread You will need one bread tin. Ingredients: • 150 grams (1 1/4 cups) – whole meal flour (whole wheat flour) • 100g (3/4 cup) – plain flour • 50g (1/2 cup) – porridge… Read more »

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