Recipes To Die For: A Victoria Square Cookbook
A Victoria Square Cookbook
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Recipes To Die For is a companion piece to the New York Times Bestselling Victoria Square Mystery series.
117 Recipes from the owner and vendors of Artisans Alley, Victoria Square, and McKinlay Mill, NY.
Cozy readers everywhere have fallen in love with Lorraine Bartlett's A Crafty Killing and the inhabitants of Victoria Square, a charming and sometimes dangerous berg featuring one-of-a-kind businesses like Artisan's Alley. In Recipes To Die For, Kate Bonner and the rest of the locals from Victoria Square invite you into their kitchens to share tantalizing recipes and intimate stories about food, family, and life. So tie on your apron and sharpen your knives, because Recipes To Die For is chock full of culinary treasures such as Andy Rust's Cinnamon Rolls, Vance Ingram’s Barbequed Ribs, and Sweet Sue’s Toffee Squares. And you don't want to miss Aunt Lizzie’s Cream Scones. They're to die for!
--Ellery Adams, author of the Charmed Pie Mystery Series
"It doesn’t get any better than this! We already love Lorraine Bartlett’s books, but now, sharing recipes from her Artisans Alley series, she’s really outdone herself. These are wonderful, real, delicious recipes to enjoy while we read her fabulous stories. Well done!"
--Julie Hyzy, bestselling author of the Manor House Mysteries and White House Chef Mystery series
"Lorraine Bartlett claims that "cooking can be murder," but seriously ... some of these recipes make you feel like you've died and gone to heaven. Oh, those peppermint patties!"
--Feathered Quill Reviews
Praise for the Victoria Square Mysteries
“With a cast of personable characters, and a lively, fast-paced story, readers will be enthralled and delighted with this fresh new series.”
“Bartlett has crafted an ingenious venue for her wonderful new series.”
--Mystery Scene Magazine
“A cast of charming characters…readers will look forward to more with Katie and the artisans from Artisans Alley.”
--The Mystery Reader