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Sticky, Chewy, Messy, Gooey: Desserts for the Serious Sweet Tooth Hardcover – August 13, 2007
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"The recipe, from Jill O'Connor's lusciously photographed Sticky Chewy Messy Gooey: Desserts for the Serious Sweet Tooth (Chronicle), balances cool coffee ice cream with the warming flavors of rum and Kahlua, making this gooey treat appropriate for all kinds of weather." Imbibe, March/April 08 Issue
About the Author
Graduate of the Cordon Bleu Cooking School in London, Jill O'Connor has authored Phyllo, Easter Treats, and Simple French Desserts. She lives in Coronado, California.
Leigh Beisch is a San Francisco-based photographer. Her work has appeared in Irish Puddings and Gentlemen, Start Your Ovens.
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My favorite recipe is the sticky toffee pudding. I had never made sticky toffee pudding before, but it was rich and super satisfying. One small asterisk to this book: watch the yields in the recipes. For example, the sticky toffee pudding says that it makes 12 servings, which are baked in a muffin tin. My (standard) muffin tin was overflowing with batter once it began to rise in the oven, and I ended up with 12 conjoined puddings that looked nothing like the pretty picture. Not a huge deal since I wasn't serving them to company, but it's just something to note. Overall, though, it's a fun cookbook with some delicious recipes.