Magnolia Kitchen

With step-by-step instructions for cake decorating and making macarons, and a full range of allergy-friendly recipes, this is a must-have book for anyone interested in baking and eating.

Author: Bernadette Gee

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

ISBN: 1760871052

Category: Cooking

Page: 256

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Well known for her artistic cake designs, Bets of Magnolia Kitchen is a force to be reckoned with. From humble beginnings, she now runs a sweet cafe, wholesale distribution business and online shop delivering her retail products worldwide, while maintaining a strong following on Instagram. As well as her amazingly creative custom cakes, Bets is celebrated for her macarons, doughnuts, brioche, gourmet s'mores and many more mouth-watering treats. In her first cookbook she shares her journey and her widely sought-after recipes so that you can enjoy the deliciousness at home. With step-by-step instructions for cake decorating and making macarons, and a full range of allergy-friendly recipes, this is a must-have book for anyone interested in baking and eating.

Magnolia Kitchen Design

With great new recipes for cakes, icings and fillings, this book is the complete package to inspire bakers and cake designers at every level. It's another beautiful creation from Bets and will be loved by her fans, old and new.

Author: Bernadette Gee

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

ISBN: 1761060619

Category: Cooking

Page: 256

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The Magnolia Kitchen community requested more amazing images of her stunning creations and more how-to instructions, and Bets has delivered. In Magnolia Kitchen Design Bets takes you on a journey of inspiration through several cake design projects, each described in detail with a written brief, mood board, design sketch and the completed cake. There are also step-by-step instructionals for key design techniques such as stencilling, lace work, using fresh florals, stacking a three-tier cake for travel, hand-painting and more. With great new recipes for cakes, icings and fillings, this book is the complete package to inspire bakers and cake designers at every level. It's another beautiful creation from Bets and will be loved by her fans, old and new.

More From Magnolia

You'll also find treats like Black Bottom Cupcakes and Oatmeal Peanut Butter Chip Cookies. These are desserts that Allysa makes hr family and friends at home - unfussy, straightforward and simply delicious.

Author: Allysa Torey

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1471108716

Category: Cooking

Page: 160

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Ever since the Magnolia Bakery opened its doors in 1996, people have been lining up day and night to satisfy their sugar cravings with cupcakes, layer cakes, pudding and ice cream. Now from Allysa Torey, the baker who brought cupcakes to everyone's attention, come even more recipes from Greenwich Village's favourite bakery and her home kitchen. In the well-loved Magnolia style, Allysa brings you new twists on old favourites, such as Devil's Food Cupcakes with Caramel Frosting and Peaches and Cream Pie. You'll also find treats like Black Bottom Cupcakes and Oatmeal Peanut Butter Chip Cookies. These are desserts that Allysa makes hr family and friends at home - unfussy, straightforward and simply delicious. More from Magnoliais an irresistible collection of new classics that will inspire you to fill your kitchen with sweet things.

The Magnolia League

Josie parks at the back of the house, near the kitchen entrance. Magnolia girls who are being presented go in through the back so no one will see them before they make their entrance down the grand staircase in the front hall.

Author: Katie Crouch

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0316126918

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 368

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When her free-spirited mother dies in a tragic accident, sixteen-year-old Alexandria Lee is forced to leave her West Coast home and move in with a wealthy grandmother she's never known in Savannah, Georgia. By birth, Alex is a rightful if unwilling member of the Magnolia League-Savannah's long-standing debutante society. But white gloves and silk gowns are a far cry from the vintage t-shirts and torn jeans shorts she's used to. Alex is the first in decades to question the Magnolia League's intentions, yet even she becomes entangled in their seductive world. The members enjoy youth, beauty and power...but at what cost? As Alex discovers a pact between the Magnolias and the Buzzards, a legendary hoodoo family, she discovers secrets-some deadly-hidden beneath the glossy Southern veneer. New York Times bestselling author Katie Crouch's poignant and humorous voice shines in this enchanting and mysterious story about girls growing up in a magical Southern city.

The Complete Magnolia Bakery Cookbook

Combines recipes from the Magnolia Bakery Cookbook and More from Magnolia into a new comprehensive edition of sweet treats. Original. 100,000 first printing.

Author: Allysa Torey

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1439175640

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

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Combines recipes from the Magnolia Bakery Cookbook and More from Magnolia into a new comprehensive edition of sweet treats. Original. 100,000 first printing.

Love Lies Bleeding

Psalms 37:35 The Magnolia Kitchen, where I was supposed to meet Elaine Emery for lunch, is across the street from Thyme and Seasons. I would probably eat there a couple of times a week even if the food wasn't good.

Author: Susan Wittig Albert

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1440673357

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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The newest in the nationally bestselling series--a "fast-paced and absorbing" tale (Midwest Book Review). Ex-lawyer and herb-shop proprietor China Bayles is investigating the mystery of retired Texas Ranger shot dead with his wife's gun...and at the same time trying to sort out some mysteries about her own relationship after she overhears a suspicious phone conversation...

Magnolia Run

Her hands shook as she cleaned her wounds at the kitchen sink. The scratches weren't deep, and once they stopped bleeding were barely noticeable. She stood in the darkened kitchen, staring out the window at the magnolias in the ...

Author: Kimberly Filkins

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 1644581000

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 134

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There's something wrong at Magnolia Run. Twelve-year-old Claire Moran can feel it as soon as she arrives at her new home: a crumbling farmhouse in rural South Carolina. Claire has just lost her mother and has been shipped off to live with her only relative, Louise, an aunt she has never met. As Claire attempts to settle into a new life and new school, all she wants is to be normal and to avoid thinking about her mother. But soon frightening events start happening in the house. The door at the end of the hall bleeds, Claire hears whispers when she's alone, and she's losing large amounts of time. Then she learns that nearly everyone in town is talking about her aunt and their "haunted house." It seems the whole community knows more about her family than Claire does. Why had her mother moved so far away? Why had she never mentioned her sister? Who are these relatives Claire has never known? And what is really going on at Magnolia Run? As Claire digs into her family history, decades-old secrets begin to emerge. It's clear Magnolia Run is in danger, and Claire must untangle the mystery and save her aunt and their home before it's too late.

Red Black

Magnolia kitchen, dining room, bedrooms, sitting room, bathroom. A layer of glossy magnolia up to shoulder height stretched the length of the hallway, in what she joked to an unreceptive warden must have been a rush of blood by the ...

Author: Rachel Atherton-Charvat

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1838596496

Category: Fiction

Page: 200

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Sarah Hughes. Wife, mother, secret gambler. The stakes rise as her gambling escalates and she starts to realise her husband is not all she believed... Red/ Black is a carefully constructed story that deals with very modern themes of mental health and gambling.

Show Boat

Near the start of the film, Kenyon recreated the Cotton Blossom kitchen where Jo and Queenie taught Magnolia how to sing Negro spirituals. Originally, the song they sang at Magnolia's request was “I Got Shoes,” following the novel.

Author: Todd Decker

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199968136

Category: Music

Page: 336

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Show Boat: Performing Race in an American Musical tells the full story of the making and remaking of the most important musical in Broadway history. Drawing on exhaustive archival research and including much new information from early draft scripts and scores, this book reveals how Oscar Hammerstein II and Jerome Kern created Show Boat in the crucible of the Jazz Age to fit the talents of the show's original 1927 cast. After showing how major figures such as Paul Robeson and Helen Morgan defined the content of the show, the book goes on to detail how Show Boat was altered by later directors, choreographers, and performers up to the end of the twentieth century. All the major New York productions are covered, as are five important London productions and four Hollywood versions. Again and again, the story of Show Boat circles back to the power of performers to remake the show, winning appreciative audiences for over seven decades. Unlike most Broadway musicals, Show Boat put black and white performers side by side. This book is the first to take Show Boat's innovative interracial cast as the defining feature of the show. From its beginnings, Show Boat juxtaposed the talents of black and white performers and mixed the conventions of white-cast operetta and the black-cast musical. Bringing black and white onto the same stage -- revealing the mixed-race roots of musical comedy -- Show Boat stimulated creative artists and performers to renegotiate the color line as expressed in the American musical. This tremendous longevity allowed Show Boat to enter a creative dialogue with the full span of Broadway history. Show Boat's voyage through the twentieth century offers a vantage point on more than just the Broadway musical. It tells a complex tale of interracial encounter performed in popular music and dance on the national stage during a century of profound transformations.

The Last Newspaper Boy in America

“Surely he's not riding his bike into Dweebville, Junior,” Magnolia said. “With Trace gone, this last muffin is going to go to waste,” Sonny said. Junior craned his neck out the kitchen window. Wil had already backed his bike out of the ...

Author: Sue Corbett

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101140259

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 208

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Big Heart + Big Brain = Funny, Feel Good Fiction! Wil?s sidearm throw can land a paper on your porch from twenty yards out. But he doesn?t know if he?ll be able to put his unusual talent to use because the big newspaper company has canceled delivery to Wil?s small town. Well, that was the paper?s first mistake. Underestimating Wil was the second. With physics, his clueless brother, and a neighbor girl on his side, Wil fights to save his route. Along the way he just might unravel a carnival mystery, expose a con artist, rescue his little town, and become a big hero. Sue Corbett?s hilarious dialogue, nonstop action, and one-of-a-kind family story herald a rising star of middle-grade fiction.

My Life on the Road

In Magnolia's kitchen, we eat homemade peach cobbler and talk about differences in the way countries treat their past. At Stonehenge in England, there are guards and tape-recorded tours. Modern Greeks picnic among the ruins and are ...

Author: Gloria Steinem

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1780749198

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 304

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The New York Times bestseller Gloria Steinem had an itinerant childhood. Every fall, her father would pack the family into the car and they would drive across the country, in search of their next adventure. The seeds were planted: Steinem would spend much of her life on the road, as a journalist, organizer, activist, and speaker. In vivid stories that span an entire career, Steinem writes about her time on the campaign trail, from Bobby Kennedy to Hillary Clinton; her early exposure to social activism in India; organizing ground-up movements in America; the taxi drivers who were "vectors of modern myths" and the airline stewardesses who embraced feminism; and the infinite contrasts, the "surrealism in everyday life" that Steinem encountered as she travelled back and forth across the country. With the unique perspective of one of the greatest feminist icons of the 20th and 21st centuries, here is an inspiring, profound, enlightening memoir of one woman's life-long journey.

Panhandle Dreams

Sometimes when Magnolia and I cleaned up the kitchen after supper, his writings would be lying on the kitchen table. Once Magnolia picked up a scrap and read it while I acted as a lookout. I was watching the hallway to the kitchen, ...

Author: Gwen Parker Ames

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595234739

Category: Fiction

Page: 360

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Martin Luther King Jr.’s powerful “I Have a Dream” speech gained greater notoriety after his untimely death in the sixties. Millions of black Americans were motivated to grab a piece of King’s dream despite not knowing how to make it a reality. The novel Dream in the Panhandle paraphrases King’s famous speech to illuminate the complexities involved in a society’s movement toward equality. The story told through the writings of twelve-year-old Indigo Douglas is set in racially segregated Tallahassee, Florida the day after the news of King’s assassination came across the radio waves. Indigo’s parents' reaction to King’s death causes her to look beyond the world of her close–knit colored community to examine the lives of whites for the first time. Her examination begins with the affluent Whittner family who is her Aunt Sadie’s employer. As the nation grieves, deeply held family secrets are revealed and trigger chaos within the Douglas and Whittner families forcing them to see their commonality as well as their differences. Indigo’s father goes to prison as a result of his pro-King activism. Mr. Whittner risks his wealth as he reveals his Jewish heritage. Indigo’s mother embraces her previously unacknowledged bi-racial identity, while Mrs. Whittner remains vehemently intolerant. The contradictions between race, culture and power in this “coming of age story” become the canvas for Indigo to sketch a new generation’s concept of “King’s dream”.

Beat Up a Cookie

"Of course, Mrs. Smithers," Ellie said, watching Magnolia's pink ruffled dress sway across the room until her ... As Mama's taffeta dress rustled toward the kitchen, Magnolia said, "How nice of you to visit, Miz Bernstein.

Author: Denise Dietz

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 1434458822

Category: Detective and mystery stories

Page: 200

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Ellie Bernstein is still a fan of the TV series M*A*S*H. So are a lot of other people in Colorado Springs. In fact, years ago at a M*A*S*H bash to watch the show's finale, everyone came as their favorite character. Now, after having lost fifty-five pounds, Ellie sure looks a lot more like Hot Lips. But that claim to fame might be dangerous. There's a killer on the loose, and the show's look-alikes are being murdered. What twisted motive lies behind the killings? Ellie's dying to see the ending of this serial killer's saga... "Bernstein is a wonderful that she's gotten rid of her philandering husband and kept off those extra 55 pounds, she can revel in her job, her earthy affair with Lt. Peter Miller, and her search for the killer." --Kirkus Reviews

Under Magnolia

The kitchen fragrance, no mystery. For who, ever, could forget Fanny's smothered chicken? An early memory of my father: He opens his buff hunting coat, and in all the small interior pockets, doves' heads droop. He and his friends Bascom ...

Author: Frances Mayes

Publisher: Crown

ISBN: 0307885933

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

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A lyrical and evocative memoir from Frances Mayes, the Bard of Tuscany, about coming of age in the Deep South and the region’s powerful influence on her life. The author of three beloved books about her life in Italy, including Under the Tuscan Sun and Every Day in Tuscany, Frances Mayes revisits the turning points that defined her early years in Fitzgerald, Georgia. With her signature style and grace, Mayes explores the power of landscape, the idea of home, and the lasting force of a chaotic and loving family. From her years as a spirited, secretive child, through her university studies—a period of exquisite freedom that imbued her with a profound appreciation of friendship and a love of travel—to her escape to a new life in California, Mayes exuberantly recreates the intense relationships of her past, recounting the bitter and sweet stories of her complicated family: her beautiful yet fragile mother, Frankye; her unpredictable father, Garbert; Daddy Jack, whose life Garbert saved; grandmother Mother Mayes; and the family maid, Frances’s confidant Willie Bell. Under Magnolia is a searingly honest, humorous, and moving ode to family and place, and a thoughtful meditation on the ways they define us, or cause us to define ourselves. With acute sensory language, Mayes relishes the sweetness of the South, the smells and tastes at her family table, the fragrance of her hometown trees, and writes an unforgettable story of a girl whose perspicacity and dawning self-knowledge lead her out of the South and into the rest of the world, and then to a profound return home.

Hiroko s American Kitchen

Cooking with Japanese Flavors Hiroko Shimbo ... 26 Hirano Tofu (Kyoto), 88 hiyashi chukasoba (cold noodle dishes), 109 hoba (Magnolia obovata) (Japanese bigleaf magnolia), 124–25 hoba miso, 125 Hoba Miso Steak, 124 Hot Noodle Broth, ...

Author: Hiroko Shimbo

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

ISBN: 1449409784

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

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125 new recipes that highlight the best of Japanese cuisine, but in new, simpler ways.

The Missing Years

Friends sharing drinks in the warmth of the magnolia kitchen, laughing and smiling and teasing. I glance out of the window, but all I see is the golden glow of the reflected room. If there was anyone out there in the darkness looking in ...

Author: Lexie Elliott

Publisher: Atlantic Books

ISBN: 1786495589

Category: Fiction

Page: 248

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A Goodreads 'Mover and Shaker' for summer 2019 The French Girl captivated readers with a twisting tale of psychological suspense. Now author Lexie Elliott heads to the foothills of the Scottish Highlands, where a woman's tangled family history comes back to haunt her... We all have our secrets... _____________________ An eerie old Scottish manor in the middle of nowhere that's now hers. Ailsa Calder has inherited half of a house. The other half belongs to a man who disappeared without a trace twenty-seven years ago. Her father. Leaving London behind to settle her mother's estate, Ailsa returns to her childhood home nestled amongst the craggy peaks of the Scottish Highlands, accompanied by the half-sister she's never taken the time to get to know. With the past threatening to swallow her whole, she can't escape the claustrophobic feeling that the house itself is watching her, or ignore how animals take care never to set foot within its garden. And when Ailsa confronts the first night-time intruder, she sees that the manor's careless rugged beauty could cost her everything...

The Vacation

“Or are you planning instead on just tossing shrimp out the kitchen door at us? All the shrimpyou can catch?”Then Aunt Magnolia gave a kind of sudden snortof laughter. Ithink she surprised herselfby making a joke evenshe thoughtwas ...

Author: Polly Horvath

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)

ISBN: 1466863021

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 208

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From the author of the Newbery Honor Book Everything on a Waffle When his mother decides on a whim to be a missionary in Africa and drags his unwilling father with her, Henry is left in the care of his Aunts Magnolia and Pigg. Henry's sure they dislike him and he's trying to keep his distance, but that becomes more difficult when Mag decides they should take a destination-less road trip. Mag, convalescing from an illness that makes her look like death, is downright crabby. Pigg, tense from driving, is becoming more assertive and less willing to submit to Mag's whims. And while they poke each other – literally – Henry is finding it hard to keep his resolution. They go to Virginia Beach (it's too hot); try camping in the Everglades (Henry accidentally spends four days floating in a swamp); visit their daddy, Henry's granddaddy (Henry's never met him!); and lose Pigg to love in Oklahoma (what would the radio psychologist Daly Kramer say?) before they finally receive word that Henry's parents are coming back and will meet them in Tulsa to finish the trip with Mag and Henry. But his parents are bickering and Henry is in despair – until he surrenders to the road and decides to let whatever happens happen, but to be there in it all. Complete with her signature cast of eccentric characters, absurd situations, and heartfelt moments, Polly Horvath writes an on-the-road epic like no other!

Rueful Death

towels to pick up, dirty socks to wash, the cooking and the shopping and the errands to do. McQuaid and I shared these chores, ... Maggie is Maggie Garrett, who runs the Magnolia Kitchen, the restaurant across the street from my shop.

Author: Susan Wittig Albert

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1440673829

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

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Herbalist China Bayles must solve a mother of a murder in this mystery from New York Times bestselling author Susan Wittig Albert. In search of respite, China takes off to St. Theresa's Monastery with her friend Maggie, a former nun. The goal is a brief, tranquil retreat—but there's a conflict at the convent. The mother superior has recently died, and a battle over the future of St. Theresa's suggests that her sudden demise might not have been accidental. Now, China's quest for a replenished spirit takes second place to a more earthbound pursuit: catching a killer...

Restaurant Startup Growth

By training his kitchen staff , upon every day . It is these qualities that make Magnolia Pancake many of whom started out as prep cooks or even dishwashers , Haus not just a place to stop for breakfast and lunch , but one that Fleming ...




Category: Entrepreneurship


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You ve Got a Friend

When Magnolia headed to the kitchen for something, Scott turned on her. “How could you leave me alone with her? She could have killed me,” he said. “Not only that, but I'm not exactly her favorite person these days.

Author: Diann Hunt

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 1401688624

Category: Fiction

Page: 121

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When a group of friends devise a plan to turn Smitten, Vermont, into the country’s premier romantic getaway, Shelby finds her own true love along the way. With the local lumber mill closing, residents wonder if their town can stay afloat. Then four friends and local business owners—Natalie, Julia, Shelby, and Reese—decide the town is worth saving. How will they do it? They’ll turn Smitten into a honeymoon destination! In "You’ve Got a Friend" by Diann Hunt, Shelby Evans' craft room goes up in flames. When volunteer fireman Nick Majors offers her the use of a building on his Christmas tree farm, Shelby discovers feelings for the tender heart that beats beneath his rough, mountain-man exterior. Excerpted from Smitten, a novel in four parts written by Christian Fiction’s most popular romance novelists—and real life BFFs!