Meet My Cookbook Ambassadors! Some blogs you might like…

I would like to take a moment to thank my lovely Cookbook Ambassadors who helped me spread the word about my new Fast & Fabulous book when it came out several weeks ago! There’s nothing like having the support of so many (including YOU), and I am so incredibly appreciative. Please check out any sites that interest you below to help me thank them. :)

Help me “thank” my Cookbook Ambassadors by checking out some of their sites!

If you haven’t already gotten your copy of my latests book, it sure would make a great gift if I do say so myself! Here are some purchase options below. And if you’d like to “see inside” first you can do that here. Thank YOU for all of your support as well!

 

Park Road Books (exclusive signed copy – personalization welcome) | Amazon | Indie Bound | Barnes & Noble | iBooks | Books-a-Million | Walmart

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11 thoughts on “Meet My Cookbook Ambassadors! Some blogs you might like…”

  1. I have your first cookbook which I use often. I have a question though that I’ve been waiting to ask for awhile. I realize that butter is a whole food choice but it’s still saturated fat. Many of your recipes call for a lot of butter. This just doesn’t struck me as healthy. Are there other options, especially when it comes to baking? For example, we love your granola but it calls for 6 tablespoons of butter. That just seems like it makes the granola less healthy. What are your thoughts on this?
    Thank you!

  2. Thank you so much for the mention and the opportunity to be an ambassador! I’ve made so many recipes from the new cookbook but our favorite is the hashbrown casserole and sausage frittata! Even making it for our Christmas Eve family brunch! Thanks for sharing some great recipes with us!

  3. Your new cookbook on page 89 for the chicken Thai pasta salad says I recommend the best whole chicken page 103. Page 103 of the new cookbook is crab stuffed avacados and page 103 of the old book is sushi bar info…..

  4. I’ve taken somewhat of a hiatus in terms of recipe developing for my Blog, and have decided to focus a bit more on other people recipes (i.e., cookbooks!). I’d love to write a review for your cookbook – if this is still possible! ;-)

  5. Thanks for the mention! We’ve made the veggie cream cheese dip a few times now, and each time my kids say “are you making that yummy dip again?”

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