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The Muffin Lady: Muffins, Cupcakes, and Quickbreads for the Happy Soul (Anglais) Relié – 25 novembre 1997

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The best muffins, ever 23 octobre 2001
Par J. Tinklenberg - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I have made many of the muffins out this book and you can believe me that they come out of the oven and poeple fall on them and devour them. I have made muffins before that have been pale, small and tasteless, but once I started making Linda Fisher's muffins, I have had wonderful results. My favorites are the orange-cranberry muffins and the chocolate chip muffins, although much can be said for the banana-nut ones too. I like it that once you know the basic recipe, setting up the muffins is very easy. You could make a basic mix from the dry ingredients and just add the spices, fats, eggs, and other additions to make the ones you like. BUY THIS BOOK!
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A wonderful book! 3 juillet 1999
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This book is as informative as it is entertaining. Intermingled with the fabulous recipes are antecdotes about the author's life and stories of how each recipe came to be. I have used nearly all the recipes and love them! The finished products are moist, tender and absolutely delicious. (One note: use the author's suggestion of using squares of wax paper to line muffin tins instead of paper liners - something I'd never tried before but the results are great!) Another bonus - the recipes are all easy to follow. Favorites include: Strawberries & Cream Muffins, Peach Cobbler Muffins, Streusel-Filled Coffee Cake, Apple Bars, Marble-Walnut Brownies and Blueberry Upside-Down Squares. Happy baking!
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Chocolate chip muffins and my dentist 28 mars 2005
Par L. Hardwick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Though I have a good collection of cookbooks, this is one that I use on a regular basis. I have searched for years for great baking recipes, and have found them in this book. I enjoy the background she gives on why she uses certain ingredients, what worked and what didn't. The hint about using wax paper for liners was the best tip! The blueberry and banana nut muffin recipes are superb and most requested in my house. Our family dentist requested Chocolate Chip muffins, and I was able to make him some that he raves about. I dare not go now without taking the office some. I would highly recommend this book to anyone that loves to bake!
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Best Mega- Muffins Ever!!! 25 mai 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have had this book for about 1 1/2 years. Every muffin recipe I have tried has been fabulous! My favorite are the Banana, Carrot and the Morning Glory. If you love to bake this is a great addition to any collection. It is great even if you don't like to bake. The recipes are easy to follow. My grandmother (who used to own a bakery) says these are some of the best muffins she's ever had! That is a definite compliment to Linda Fisher!
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Tomato Soup Muffins?! Actually, they are really good... 14 décembre 2000
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I saw a TV show that featured a story on Linda Fisher and bought the book as a result. The muffins looked so good that I had to find out how to make them. This is a good cookbook with a great story and I've made 3 recipes from it (2 of which were successful). The Cherry Cookies are very easy and so melt-in-your-mouth delicious, they were gone the same day I made them. The Caramel-Nut Squares sound great on paper, but when I tasted them they seemed to be missing something (salt, maybe?). And because I had some tomato soup and raisins on hand, I tried the Tomato Soup Muffins out of curiosity. They turned out to be quite tasty and you can't really tell what's in them. All in all it's a good book, recommend for bakers and non-bakers alike.
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