JUST IN TIME FOR ST. PATRICK’S DAY! Place your order for this handcrafted jelly, made with all natural ingredients and no preservatives. Just like the famous cocktail invented in Ireland in 1942 and since 1952, the cocktail is still being served at the Buena Vista Cafe in San Francisco, this jelly is made with Dark Roasted Arabica Coffee Beans, Brown Sugar, Water, Pectin, Bailey’s Irish Cream and Bushmill’s Irish Whisky. It’s the perfect condiment to add to your coffee or spread over your toast or scones!


PRE-ORDER The Cook’s Apprentice: A Cookbook for Kids, Second Edition

This is the 2nd Edition, updated with simple recipes that are not only fun for kids, but great for teens, college students and adults, alike. Full- color photographs, that are delightful to look at, along with easy-to-follow recipes that bring the full cooking experience to you at your finger tips. Happy Eating! 74 pages. Publisher: BLURB. Format: Softcover Language: English. ISBN: 9781714246649 Product Dimensions: 7.0 x 7.0 inches



On the Menu @ Tangie’s Kitchen: The Celebration of Spring

If you love food and enjoy to the art of preparing dishes with seasonal produce, then this is the cook book for you. “The Celebration of Spring” is dedicated to the way we are eating right now, and features recipes for traditional and innovative dishes based on regional cooking found in the Southern United States and influenced by the global cuisines of Africa, Asia Europe and South America. Bring the celebration of spring into your home with this enticing collection of recipes including—Almond-Crusted French Toast with Raspberries, Classic Gazpacho, Gumbo Ya Ya, Black Eyed Pea Salad and Coconut Layered Cake. Full- color photographs, that are delightful to look at, along helpful tips and charts are also included to bring the full cooking experience to you at your finger tips. Happy Eating! Paperback: 278 pages Publisher: XLIBRIS (May 16, 2017) Language: English ISBN-10: 1524555126 ISBN-13: 978-1524555122 Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.7 x 11 inches Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds


PRE-ORDER A Feast In History: The People, The Land and The Events that Shaped the Foodpathways of the Mid-Atlantic

Over the course of 500 years, people have been growing, cooking, eating and drinking various foods and beverages, creating a singular Mid-Atlantic Cuisine that we all enjoy today. It should be noted that the food pathways of the MidAtlantic encompasses the states of New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland and the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Because of the geography, climate and the abundance of natural resources in terms of fish, game, and vegetation found along the Chesapeake Bay, the influences of these particular states on the cuisine in this region of the United States are extremely diverse and eclectic, based on the food narratives of the indigenous peoples, explorers and settlers, Africans who were both free and enslaved, and the immigrant experience where many of the port cities in the Mid-Atlantic served as a gateway for immigrants for all over the world bringing with them the various dishes and culinary traditions. In addition to providing the reader, food enthusiasts and the home cook with traditional and innovative recipes that uses fresh heirloom ingredients, along the way, this book will present a very complex weaving of culinary history, politics, cultural transformations and the people that played a crucial role in developing a cuisine that continues to this day. Signed Copy by the Author Expected Publication Date: October 2020