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Butter Baked Goods: Nostalgic Recipes From a Little by Rosie Daykin

By Rosie Daykin

Butter Baked items all started as a tiny bakery in Vancouver. Opened in 2007 by means of Rosie Daykin, the bakery is a pink-and-pistachio slice of heaven, its counters overflowing with impossible to resist treats. no longer lengthy after beginning, note obtained out concerning the bakery’s marshmallows, and Butter Baked items quickly grew to become often called the house of the superior connoisseur marshmallow in North the United States, a scrumptious morsel that may now be present in greater than three hundred shops. The recipe for Butter’s recognized Marshmallows is only one of the gem stones tucked contained in the pages of this gorgeous book. Other recipes include:
 
SATURDAY MORNING CINNY BUNS & CHOCOLATE PISTACHIO POUND LOAF
MAPLE SNICKERDOODLE SANDWICH COOKIES & DOUBLE CHOCOLATE TOFFEE BISCOTTI
CHOCOLATE BERRY CHEESECAKE BARS & PUMPKIN CHOCOLATE CHIP BLONDIES
BUTTER’S vintage WHITE CAKE & APPLE CAKE WITH MAPLE SAUCE
PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY CUPCAKES & pink VELVET WHOOPIE PIES
BUTTER’S LEMON MERINGUE TART & bitter CREAM RHUBARB PIE
CHOCOLATE HONEYCOMB BRITTLE & shock MOCHA FUDGE
 
And an entire bankruptcy devoted to BUTTER lotions AND FROSTINGS, with Rosie’s best assistance for “spreading the love”!
 
But don’t be intimidated! each recipe in Butter Baked Goods has easy directions written in an obtainable and easy-to-follow type, plus tips to inventory your pantry and your toolbox with every thing that you’ll have to start. every person can create Butter’s delectable desserts—from grandmothers who've been baking all their lives to childrens making their first actual cupcakes. Rosie’s baking isn't approximately trickery, flamboyance, or hard-to-find components, yet approximately great-tasting, do-it-yourself treats that remember life’s milestones: birthdays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, child showers, bridal showers, or simply that gloomy afternoon in the event you want a little pick-me-up. Butter Baked Goods showcases nostalgic domestic baking at its best possible.

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CHAPTER VI In Camp THE following day was filled with tense excitement for the boys. It became known that Philip had for some time been planning in secret an attack upon a rebellious city, and had only awaited the coming of his couriers for an immediate start. His soldiers were so thoroughly organized, and so constantly drilled and exercised in the maneuvers of war, that they were ready to march on the shortest notice. The King's body-guard was selected from among the older Pages. The others were kept busy darting here on this errand, there on that, as the King or his generals gave quick command.

A dozen such questions were asked by the boys after a thorough search had been made of the palace, the barracks, and of all the usual haunts of the boys, for the missing Philotas. "I believe I could make quite a safe calculation," said Alexander. "And I," added Nearchus. "What is it? " chimed in a dozen voices. " 'Tis my belief he has run away to the sea," said Alexander positively. "I feel sure of it," added Nearchus, with equal certainty. "Why—" began Ptolemy, and then he stopped. Like a flash it came to all the boys: Philotas' interest in the story the guard had told; his devotion to Attalus since that time; his lack of attention to recent lessons and drills; his absence for the last few days from all their sports and pleasures.

But the courier's news was not of unmingled gladness. He brought with him the list of those whose lives had been lost in battle, and in more than one house in Pella the doors were closed against the sounds of rejoicing in the streets, while those within mourned for the one who would not return with the victors. Nearchus had listened with a fast beating heart as the list of names was read, and when it was finished and he knew that his father was safe he could scarcely speak for joy. That evening a group of boys gathered about a soldier named Attalus, who was a member of the palace guard.

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