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Delectable Desserts: Over 250 Best-Loved Recipes for Every Season of the Year Paperback – April 1, 2009

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In this copious collection of homemade favorites, Wisconsin moms Louise and Koopmann make good on their belief that "a good meal deserves a good dessert." Organized by month, the duo offer more than 250 ideas that take advantage of seasonal ingredients: lemon squares in August, stuffed baked apples in October, and five ideas for rhubarb (pie, cake, torte, cobbler and mousse) to get families through May. Those with little confidence or experience will get the most out of the book; many recipes call for canned fillings and boxed mixes (Cakes in a Jar" calls for just two ingredients, cake mix and canning jars). Still, those interested in making their own cannolli shells or pate choux for eclairs (here called Puff Pastry for Cream Puffs) will find faithful recipes. The focus is on family favorites that can be whipped up on a whim or a weekend; comfort food desserts like Swedish Cardamom Cookies, a simple no-bake cheesecake, and Neil's Popcorn Balls (incorporating M&Ms, peanuts, popcorn, melted marshmallows and butter) aren't likely to win any culinary prizes, but they will certainly make for warm family memories-a fine prize for any chef.
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About the Author

About Wendy Louise
A Wisconsin resident, Wendy Louise currently lives near her daughter, son-in-law, and granddaughter. When she is not busy pursuing life-long interests in the fine arts, quilting, crafting, and gardening, she turns her interest to cooking and sharing in the family dinner hour. She believes that enjoying good food is one of the finer pleasures in life and that eating well is an important element toward attaining family comfort and well-being.

About MaryAnn Koopmann
Born and raised in Wisconsin, MaryAnn Koopmann has lived with her husband Glenn in the Milwaukee area for many years and is currently anticipating a move to her favorite place in northern Wisconsin. When not in her kitchen cooking up a favorite recipe, she enjoys crafting, beading, and visiting with her grandchildren. A true Wisconsinite, she can be found on Sunday afternoons watching the latest Green Bay Packers football game.

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks (April 1, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1402212267
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402212260
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 7 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,701,995 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Delectable Desserts by Wendy Louise and Mary Ann Koopmann is a delightful cookbook of yummy-sounding desserts. I never learned to bake as a child and never really had the desire to learn. So I ordered this book for my daughter-in-law who loves to cook and whose cooking skills are off-the charts. However, when the book arrived, I was captivated by the beautiful, mouth-watering cover and the luscious recipes inside. I like the way the recipes are grouped by month--ensuring that any fruit used is in season. And I was intrigued by the recipes themselves Fruit Grunt, Cheese Squares, Wild Rice Harvest Cake. Cake made from rice...who knew? I thought how much fun it would be for me to try to make a few simple desserts and surprise everyone. I think I just might have to keep this book for myself and order another one for my daughter-in-law!
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Another Reviewer Called this book boring because there is no pictures. True, it would have been better with pictures. Still, it has one of the best recipes for both beginners and experienced bakers. Truly delectable desserts. If you're looking for substance and don't mind the lack of highly glossed pictures and fluff..you will like this book. Borrow it from your local library if you're not sure.
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I enjoyed this book. It is sectioned out by month with multiple receipes listed that are holiday and season appropriate. I would recommend this book.
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This book has really delectable dessert recipes with no doubt but each page presents one different recipe and any single photo! ok, you can say that doesn't say if it is a good or a bad book and you are right about that but after several pages with any clue on how it looks like, I found it boring and with no motivation to make so many recipes without knowing how it looks like in the end!

If you are searching for a recipe in particular, you surely will find it but if you are just searching for an idea you will give up!
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