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Favourite Books 2010: Danielle Johnson

by Danielle
Food & Drink + News / December 09, 2010

Cake Pops: Tips, Tricks, and Recipes for Irresistible Mini Treats
By Angie Dudley

Angie Dudley (AKA Bakerella) was just in Toronto promoting at Teatro Verde and Williams-Sonoma. The book is fun & yummy and I can't wait to try my hand at making some of the delicious treats over the holidays!

Here is her clip from Canada AM when she was on explaining how to make her magical treats.

Very Merry Cookie Party: How to Plan and Host a Christmas Cookie Exchange
By Barbara Grunes and Virginia Van Vynct

This one has every and any type of cookie for a cookie exchange. I'm looking forward to baking some of these up as well! Oh where will I find the time?!?


The Ultimate Metallica
By Ross Halfin

I know, this is a totally different pick from the above two but I'm a closet lover of metal. I saw them when they toured to Vancouver for their Black album waaay back in the day. Oh the memories!! Would have loved to have seen them for their Kill'Em All or their Ride the Lightning tours, but I would have been a little less than 10 and I wouldn't think my mom would have sent me. So instead I was able to see Michael Jackson's Spider tour instead.


Danielle Johnson is a publicist for Raincoast. When she's not promoting her many authors and pitching titles to the media, she enjoys the casual bike ride with her special someone and enjoying life best she can.

Cake Pops in Toronto

by Dan
Events + Food & Drink / November 22, 2010

cake pops bakerella toronto

Attention Toronto Foodies! Angie Dudley, the creator of popular blog Bakerella.com, will be at the Yorkville location of Teatro Verde on December 3rd  to talk about her new book Cake Pops!

Cake Pops: Bakerella Talk and Book Signing
Teatro Verde, 100 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto
Friday, December 3rd, 2010

Find the event on Facebook


Cook, Bake, Blog ... You could win $500 worth of cookbooks!

by Siobhan
Food & Drink / October 15, 2010

Cook Bake Blog

You could win $500 worth of cookbooks from Chronicle Books, Quirk Books and Gibbs Smith!

It's easy ... and delicious!

There are two ways for Canadian foodies to enter:

1) Cook, Bake ... Blog!
Make a recipe from any cookbook published by Chronicle Books, Quirk Books or Gibbs Smith, then blog about it. Photos are encouraged! To enter, comment below and leave us a link to your blogpost about your culinary adventures with the recipe or cookbook. (This option counts as two entries!)

2) Share your faves.
To enter, comment below and leave a comment about your favourite cookbook published by Chronicle Books, Quirk Books or Gibbs Smith. Which cookbook is your favourite and why? What's the one recipe that everyone definitely needs to try out? (This option counts as one entry.)

You have until January 1, 2011 to enter!
The contest is open to Canadian residents only.

Contest Details: Winners will be drawn at random on January 5, 2011. Winners must live in Canada. Multiple entries (with different recipes!) are accepted. Prize will be $500 CDN retail worth of cookbooks published by Chronicle Books, Quirk Books or Gibbs Smith, as selected by the Winner from a list provided by Raincoast.

Be inspired ... at the market, in the kitchen, and at the table!

Here are a few new cookbooks — with some videos and sample recipes! — to get your tastebuds fired up. Click on the covers to learn more about each book.


FlourBlackbird Bakery Gluten-Free BakingEveryday Raw Desserts

Recipe for Leo's Classic Sugar Cookies from Blackbird Bakery Gluten-Free Baking


Cake PopsCake Pops

Recipe for Cupcake Bites from Cake Pops


Tartine BreadTartine


Michael Chiarello's Bottega The Homesteader's Kitchen: Recipes from Farm to TableThe Commonsense Kitchen: 600 Recipes Plus Lessons for a Hand-Crafted Life

Recipe for Baked Beets with Fresh Citrus and Herbs from The Homesteader's Kitchen
Recipe for Pear Sherbet and Chocolate Chip Hazelnut Shortbread Bars from The Commonsense Kitchen


The Winemaker CooksThe Winemaker Cooks

Recipe for Kadota Fig Tart with Mascarpone Cream  from The Winemaker Cooks


Fast Breads: 50 Recipes for Easy, Delicious BreadSkinny DipsSouthern Pies


From Seed to SkilletFrom Seed to Skillet


DIY Delicious DIY Delicious

Recipe for Ajvar from D.I.Y. Delicious


Time for Dinner200 Slow Cooker Creations200 Cake Mix Creations

Recipe for Wagon-Wheel Pasta and Goat Cheese from Time for Dinner
Recipe for Sweet and Sour Chicken with Plums from Time for Dinner
Recipe for One-Pot Coconut Chicken Curry from Time for Dinner


The Geometry of PastaThe Geometry of Pasta

Listen to an interview with the creators of The Geometry of Pasta on  NPR.
Recipe for Penne All'arrabbiata (Spicy Tomato Sauce) from The Geometry of Pasta
Recipe for Gnudi Al Ragu D'Agnello (Lamb Sauce) from The Geometry of Pasta
Recipe for Gemelli Al Fagiolini (Green Beans) from The Geometry of Pasta


Little Monsters CookbookVery Merry Cookie PartyNo Bake Gingerbread Houses for Kids

Recipes for Bloody Sundae and Mummy Pops from Little Monsters Cookbook

Cook Bake Blog

Cake Pops

by Dan
Food & Drink / September 16, 2010

Cake Pops Cover

What's a cake pop? If you need to ask then you are missing out! 

Created by überblogger Bakerella — AKA Angie Dudley — these cute little cakes on a stick are an adorable alternative to cake at any party. From decorated balls to baby chicks, snowmen, ice cream cones, and EVEN cupcakes, Bakerella makes it easy and fun to make these amazing treats at home with her new book Cake Pops!. Clear step-by-step instructions and photos guide you through more than 40 featured projects with clever tips for presentation, decorating, dipping, coloring and melting chocolate, and much more along the way:

Cake Pops! is available now and it's selling like (ahem) hot cakes... (sorry).