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How to Cook Desserts Fast and Easy (My Kitchen: Simply the Best Recipes: How to Cook Desserts Fast and Easy Book 7) [Kindle Edition]

Christine Waters
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Book Description

Are you tired of trying to think of what dessert you can whip up quickly and serve at your next dinner party? Stop thinking about what to try next
and say hello to the delicious new fast and easy dessert recipes using everyday ingredients.

The "How to Cook Fast and Easy Desserts Recipes" collection of cook books is a new series from author Christine Waters. Christine's son wanted
his favorite family recipes to enjoy with his new wife so she put together this easy to follow cookbook series where you will find very fast, easy and
simple recipes that can be prepared by anyone! Even if you are busy juggling family and work life.

All the recipes are presented in a step-by-step approach which makes them easy to follow. Here are some of the deliciously simple recipes that
you will be able to make:

Christine's Cheesecake - Feeds a family for days
Apple Cake Pudding - Satisfying on a cold winter's day

From Christine's Kitchen to Yours

Scroll up and click "buy now" to start cooking fast and easy desserts

Product Details

  • File Size: 261 KB
  • Print Length: 25 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Digital Product Publishing; 1 edition (February 4, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0075PXXLQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Not Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,366,782 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1.0 out of 5 stars Just What Is a "Slicked Kiwi"? April 12, 2012
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"Hello there! My son has just recently got married and he wanted his favorite recipes from his childhood so he could share them with his new wife" writes Christine Waters in her How to Cook Desserts Fast and Easy (My Kitchen: Simply the Best Recipes: How to Cook Desserts Fast and Easy). Grandma must say,though, that she is amazed at how very many places Christine and her family must have lived. Clearly Christine's spelling of "favorite" and other words indicates that she is American, yet many of the recipes she has included in this volume call for things like biscuit crumbs, vanilla essence and castor sugar, terms utterly foreign to American cooks of fifteen or twenty or more years ago. For that matter, a fair number of American cooks won't be familiar with them even today.

The book contains fourteen dessert recipes. There is an interactive Table of Contents, but it is not interfaced with the Kindle Navigation Menu. The recipes are a mixed bag of metrics and what appears to be Imperial measurements, which most American cooks will find difficult to use when combined with linguistic differences and unfamiliar pantry ingredients (castor sugar, cornflour, essences, biscuits - wholemeal and otherwise.) Perhaps the difficulties are present because these recipes seem to have originated outside of the US, like the Coffee Cream Pie, which Grandma found as the contest entry Amazing Coffee Cream Pie from New Zealand's Favourite Recipe.

How lucky Christine has been to have lived in New Zealand when her son was a youngster! Grandma has always wanted to visit there.

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