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Cooking Can Be Murder by Deb Baker
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Jun 03, 2011

it was amazing
Read in June, 2011

I may not be the best cook in the world, but I am an absolute SUCKER for cookbooks. Especially cookbooks with gorgeous photography. But Cooking Can Be Murder doesn't have a single picture. In fact, it doesn't even have paper pages--but what it does have is terrific humor.

If you've read Deb Baker's Gertie Johnson Backwoods Mysteries, you need to read this cookbook. It's quintessential Gertie Johnson, written from Gertie's point of view, and Gertie has a lot to say--about food, cooking, and life in the UP (Upper Peninsula of Michigan) and in her own unique way. I found it absolutely delightful.

It's chock full of (100) easy recipes with pretty basic ingredients and I can't wait to try a number of them.

So buy a copy -- and be prepared to laugh!
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