Thursday, November 10, 2011

Gifts from the Kitchen Cookbook

Gifts from the Kitchen

I don't know about you,  but one of my favorite things to receive on the Holidays is homemade baked goods.  Not only do I like to receive them,  but I also like to give them,  so when I received the "Gifts from the Kitchen" book to review I couldnt have been more excited!   Gifts from the Kitchen 100 Irresistible Homemade Presents for Every Occasion by Annie Rigg offers many great ideas to inspire your homemade gift giving this holiday season. 

The author of this fabulous book,  Annie Riggs, is a freelance writer and food stylist.  Not only has she worked on many different books and best selling magazine but has also worked with a number of top chef's.  She is also the author of Birthday Cakes for Kids.  You can visit Annie Riggs at www.annierigg.com.

As I flipped through the pages I came across page after page of wonderful treats to bake for holiday gift giving.  Throughout the book you will find many beautiful vivid images so you can really get a clear image of what the outcome of the recipe should look like.  I especially liked the look of the Creamy Vanilla Funday with Chocolate and Nuts.  All of the recipes are sorted into easy to read chapters.  This hardback book comes with 176 pages and measures 8 1/4 x 9 1/2.  Gift from the Kitchen will make a perfect addition to your cookbook collection or a great way to gain ideas for your next homemade holiday gifts.

BUY IT:  You can purchase Gifts from the Kitchen Hardback book for only $24.95.

*Disclaimer - I received the book mentioned above,  free of charge,  for review purposes.  In no way did this alter my opinon of their products.  All of my opinons are one hundred percent honest and true.*

3 comments:

Amy said...

Nice to read your reviews....I am following you now,hope to read more posts...

josh said...

ma granny wud love dis. she b alwayz makin me sum off da chain cookies.

My4boysand1 said...

I love cookbooks and I love to give baked goods that's when they turn out good lol. I know this would be a good cookbook for me because I love cookbooks that are well organized and not just jumbled in and you have no idea were to find the thing you wanted to try that you saw before. I have had some like this and I refuse to use them again. Thank you for the wonderful review and I am going to be looking for her in magazines as well.
(Stephanie Phelps)