In this episode we flash back to the early 2000's for some awesome fashion choices, what it was like to be in High School and we stop to eat some german pancakes along the way while we read Sloppy Firsts by Megan McCafferty.
On this episode we delve into Alice by Christina Henry. This is a dark, exciting and compelling Alice in Wonderland retelling that we were unable to put down. We also managed to bake some adorable and delicious rose tea cakes inspired by Cheshire.
In this episode we make ice cream, and an ice cream flavored fudge, inspired by The Sea of Tranquility by Katja Millay. We love this young adult sweet, dark and beautiful romance. We love this book, possibly more than we love ice cream, which is saying something! At the end of the episode we reveal the book not just for the next episode but the following episode as well to give you the chance to read along with us!
In this episode we discuss The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden and we take on baking Medovik, a type of Russian honey cake. This book is an epic tale of the old clashing with the new. Listen to the end for extra entries into our giveaway, and to hear Eve's book pick for our next episode!
This episode we make brown bread with honey inspired by Uprooted by Naomi Novik. We love fantasy world, magic and romance of this book and we barely managed to stop eating this delicious bread long enough to record! We also announce our very first giveaway, to enter go to our website www.freshbakedbooks.com
This week we made Fig and Pepper Bread from First Frost by Sarah Addison Allen. Which sister won the bread showdown? Who is fig and who is pepper? Who likes fig and who likes pepper? Join us for the answers as we explore the magical world created in one of our favorite books.
This week we discuss Sugar by Kimberly Stuart and the Molten Chocolate Cakes it inspired us to bake. This is a sweet, fun and romantic story of a professional pastry chef. We created a simple but good chocolate cake which is perfect for a romantic dinner at home or a way to impress your guests at your next dinner party.
This week we discuss Boy Meets Girl by Meg Cabot. This is a fun, quick read and it includes several recipes in its pages. We took a stab at our own version of Ginger Snaps, and tested out Mrs. Lopez's cookies as well!