Miss Jenny’s Jellies & Jams Presents: How Do You Jelly?

We all have jelly and jam jars hiding in the fridge, tasty fruit preserves we’ve kept around for those PB+J cravings, but we don’t know what else to do with. Turns out, there are loads of recipes to put those fruity spreads to good use. No matter if you’re armed with classic grape or spicy pepper jelly, there’s no limit to how far your jams and jelly can go. Whether you buy your jelly from the store or specialty shop, or make your own fresh jam , then get ready to spread it on thick with these 13 sweet recipes. Available at in Softcover, Hardcover, and E-book at:


The Cook’s Apprentice: A Kids Cookbook, Second Edition

This is the 2nd Edition, of The Cook’s Apprentice and it is 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!


The Cook’s Apprentice: A Cookbook for Teens and Young Adults

This is the second book in the series of cookbooks that are written to inspire and empower you, the novice cook in trying a new and tasty hobby that will last a lifetime. Given the diversity of foods found in local grocery stores, specialty food markets and local produce from farmer's markets, there over 90 delicious recipes for meals for you to choose from from all types of global cuisine and at all times of the day—breakfast, snacks, sides, dinners, and dessert, too— the recipes also encourages you to be open to the foods that you might not have otherwise thought about trying.