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Ladies, take the stage. It's time to eliminate those niggling earth mother demons and recapture domestic brownie points.

It's time to fake the bake and take the credit. It's time for Hoax Cuisine!

Hoax Cuisine: Faking it in the Kitchen is the overworked woman's guide to catering deceit. With her usual irreverent humour, Maggie Groff answers the anguished cry of 'what will I
Paperback, 144 pages
Published March 2012 by Simon and Schuster Australia
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Love any cooking book that describes rolled chocolate wafers as those things you can stick in your nostrils and pretend to be a walrus.
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Maggie Groff is a mother who behaves very badly and lives in the tropical wonderland of Banora Point in northern New South Wales. Her first book Mothers Behaving Badly was published after she sent a cranky letter to the Sydney Morning Herald stressing the importance of motherhood and how it is the hardest job in the world to do.
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