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The Fiction Kitchen Trio Cookbook: Novel Recipes from Your Favorite Novels by Sarah M. Eden, Traci Hunter Abramson, and Sian Ann Bessey treats you to a fanciful kitchen adventure as they invite you to create popular recipes from works of fiction. As they welcome you to their kitchen through an anthology of recipes from the stories they penned, you also are immersed in the world of their novels, as if you are part of the setting involved in the preparation of meals. What started as an imaginative thought has become an engaging culinary experience. Over 100 tried and tested recipes are included in this cookbook with passage references from the books where you can find each recipe. If you are not yet a fan of the trio’s work of fiction, these recipes will get you started.
The Fiction Trio Kitchen Cookbook is sure to add more zest to your reading habits. The experience teaches that food and literature have a divine combination. Sarah M. Eden, Traci Hunter Abramson, and Sian Ann Bessey give you a fun experience - recreating recipes from their stories as a way to make reading more immersive, educational, and delicious. I recreated Saint Squad Sliders when some friends came over to my place, and they couldn’t help praising the sandwiches while their mouths were full. Being able to follow a recipe is a skill worth acquiring. It’s an indulging exercise, a great way to bring family and friends together and enjoy these recipes. Eden, Abramson, and Bessey help to equip you with such skills using their easy-to-follow recipes, plus it gives you an increased interest in their books. Read it and try creating the recipes. The book is as interesting as it is delicious.