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eBook Joanne Fluke's Lake Eden Cookbook (Deckle edge) (A Hannah Swensen Mystery) ePub

eBook Joanne Fluke's Lake Eden Cookbook (Deckle edge) (A Hannah Swensen Mystery) ePub

by Joanne Fluke

  • ISBN: 0758234988
  • Category: Regional and International
  • Subcategory: Cooking
  • Author: Joanne Fluke
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kensington; Reprint edition (September 25, 2012)
  • Pages: 432
  • ePub book: 1866 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1692 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 410

Description

Being a fan of the Hannah Swensen Mysteries, and having a love of cookbooks, the JOANNE FLUKE’S LAKE EDEN COOKBOOK was a must have for me.

Being a fan of the Hannah Swensen Mysteries, and having a love of cookbooks, the JOANNE FLUKE’S LAKE EDEN COOKBOOK was a must have for me. Every time I read a Hannah Swensen book, I practically drool over the recipes. Having them all in one book is a dream come true.

JOANNE FLUKE is the New York Times bestselling author of the Hannah Swensen mysteries, which include Double .

Like Hannah Swensen, Joanne Fluke was born and raised in a small town in rural Minnesota, but now lives in Southern California. Please visit her online at ww. oanneFluke.

Joanne Fluke Invites You To Celebrate The Holidays With Hannah Swensen And All The Wonderful Folks Of Lake . Seriously though, somehow I expected this to be the Lake Eden cookbook that was getting put together by Hannah for publication during the last few books

Joanne Fluke Invites You To Celebrate The Holidays With Hannah Swensen And All The Wonderful Folks Of Lake Eden. Seriously though, somehow I expected this to be the Lake Eden cookbook that was getting put together by Hannah for publication during the last few books. I expected, well a cookbook, including recipes that made enough sense that I might be able to do them (or convince my more kitchen-savvy husband to try). Reading the Hannah books always make my mouth water and I was looking forward to having the recipes in one place to wave under my husband's nose.

Joanne Fluke authored the Lake Eden Cookbook which features all the recipes found in the Hannah Swensen Mystery Series.

Joanne Fischmann (née Gibson, born c. 1943 in Swanville, Minnesota) is an American writer, using the pen name Joanne Fluke. She is best known for her cozy mystery series surrounding a small-town baker, Hannah Swensen

Joanne Fischmann (née Gibson, born c. She is best known for her cozy mystery series surrounding a small-town baker, Hannah Swensen. Five movies for the Hallmark Channel have been created based on her Hannah Swensen series. Fluke has written under the pseudonyms John Fischer, . Fischer, Jo Gibson, Chris Hunter, Gina Jackson and Kathryn Kirkwood.

JOANNE FLUKE'S LAKE EDEN COOKBOOK by Joanne Fluke Love Joanne Fluke books and just thought this would be a recipe book but I was wrong.

It's a picture postcard December in Minnesota. All-New Recipes Included It's a picture postcard December in Minnesota, and Main Street is brimming with festive holiday decorations.

A tantalising collection of recipes from Joanne Fluke's bestselling Hannah Swensen series - plus a generous sprinkling of brand-new treats. Try this delicious collection of confections from Lake Eden, Minnesota's best-loved bakery

A tantalising collection of recipes from Joanne Fluke's bestselling Hannah Swensen series - plus a generous sprinkling of brand-new treats. Try this delicious collection of confections from Lake Eden, Minnesota's best-loved bakery. Complete with all delectable recipes from the first ten novels in the Hannah Swensen series plus a selection of ed recipes. There's even a short story to go along with the delicious treats.

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Joanne Fluke Invites You To Celebrate The Holidays With Hannah Swensen And All The Wonderful Folks Of Lake Eden . Joanne Fluke is the doyenne of deadly desserts with her deliciously popular Hannah Swensen series. -< I Publishers Weekly.

Joanne Fluke is the doyenne of deadly desserts with her deliciously popular Hannah Swensen series. Food Cosy Mysteries Women Sleuths Thriller & Crime Lifestyle & Sports.

Joanne Fluke Invites You To Celebrate The Holidays With Hannah Swensen And All The Wonderful Folks Of Lake Eden, At The Annual Cookie Exchange. . . All-New Recipes Included!It's a picture postcard December in Minnesota, and Main Street is brimming with festive holiday decorations. Best of all, it's time for the annual Holiday Cookie Exchange at the Community Center—catered by none other than The Cookie Jar! Gathered together for the delicious event, the Swensen clan and their friends share their favorite juicy tales of Lake Eden—and their favorite scrumptious cookie and luncheon recipes, including: Candy Cane Cookies Heavenly Eggnog Cookies Little Snowballs Merry Berry Cookies Old-Fashioned Sugar Cookies Regency Ginger Snaps Norwegian Pizza Razzle Dazzle Champagne Cocktails. . . plus all the recipes from Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder to Carrot Cake Murder. Now you can bring the irresistible flavors of The Cookie Jar into your very own kitchen! "Joanne Fluke is the doyenne of deadly desserts with her deliciously popular Hannah Swensen series." —Publishers Weekly

Comments

Leniga Leniga
Joanne Fluke's Lake Eden Cookbook is short on story but long on recipes. It has all the recipes from the first eight or nine Hannah Swenson books with a little bit of a story thrown in to make it interesting. I am working my way through most of her cookie recipes so it is nice to have them in one place. Even if you are not a murder/mystery buff like myself this little cookbook is delightful. And it is not just cookie recipes. There are several casserole dishes included but in Minnesota they are called Hot Dishes.
Celace Celace
I purchased this book as a gift. Of course, I read it before gifting it. I was really surprised by this book. It was a fun read. There is actually a story interspersed throughout the recipes. I enjoyed it so much that I might actually purchase another copy for myself.
Dagdalas Dagdalas
Wonderful cookbook that contains all of Hannah Swenson's famous Cookie Jar dessert recipes. Would definitely recommend this product to anyone who is a fan of the Hannah Swenson series, and who is gifted in the art of baking, or just loves her recipes (to make or just admire!).

The only problem I have with this product is that I wish it was laid out in cookbook form; as in, if it was larger and perhaps would lay better. I have the Mass Market Paperback version which is very difficult to read and refer to when in the kitchen.
Tygolar Tygolar
I love this series and was so excited to see the recipes in a cookbook. It's only a few of the books recipes but they are all in there. Amazing and fun recipes. Every time I make anything from this everyone asks for my recipe. I hope they keep making more recipe books! Maybe for Christmas this year??
Mmsa Mmsa
(even though I am about on par with Andrea in terms of cooking abilities--who knew that you had to take the innards out before cooking a chicken, or that there was even such a thing as a $100 cooking pan/dish/thingy you could so terribly scorch in the course of making Kraft Macaroni & Cheese that it would be ruined...)

Seriously though, somehow I expected this to be the Lake Eden cookbook that was getting put together by Hannah for publication during the last few books. I expected, well a cookbook, including recipes that made enough sense that I might be able to do them (or convince my more kitchen-savvy husband to try). Reading the Hannah books always make my mouth water and I was looking forward to having the recipes in one place to wave under my husband's nose.

Instead this is a series of recipes from the books (like I wanted) organized by type but located in between little snippets featuring the local residents (and yes, Andrea had yet another funny cooking attempt story). A bit of a Lake Eden bonus it turns out.

Oh, and I read the Kindle version...and I was happy to see the footnotes were hyperlinked. In the regular books there would be asterisks and it was not intuitive for me to find the comments as all the asterisks were lumped together at the end (or was it the beginning) of the book in one section. Ultimately you could figure out the nut comment went with the recipe containing nuts, but it was not a simplified process. This book has numbered footnotes and they jump you right to the appropriate comment and, with a touch of the back button, you are where you left off. Much improved formatting!

All I can say right now is mmmm....cooooookies...

Highly Recommended!

JTG
Agalas Agalas
If you enjoy the Hannah Swensen series by Joanne Fluke or even the Murder, She Baked movies, and you enjoy baking and eating yummy cookies, then this cookbook is for you. I have only read one of her books, as I just discovered the series, and I am enjoying it. This cookbook is a great tie in with stories and tons of recipes, mostly cookies. I have made three recipes so far and they have each turned out delicious! There are no pictures in this book, only a few drawings, and I usually want photos in my cookbooks, but for this book it does not matter.
Mavivasa Mavivasa
It's a cookbook why would I think it was suspenseful or fast or complex? It's a great cookbook. I'm diabetic so I substituted Splenda for the sugars and the recipes I've made turned out great. I even made my own brown sugar with the substitution in the back of the book. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to make great cookies and desserts that others haven't made.
I love this book. I got it one afternoon and finished "reading" it before going to bed that night. I skimmed through most of the recipes, and noted some that I particularly liked. I will try some when I get home. I'm in a rehabilitation Center now with a broken ankle. I also liked the little story that introduced the new recipes. And I really enjoy Joanne's mystery stories, and the recipes that accompany them.