Beyond Delicious: The Ghost Whisperer's Cookbook: More than 100 Recipes from the Dearly Departed [NOOK Book]

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Beyond Delicious: The Ghost Whisperer's Cookbook includes more than 100 recipes given to her through communication with spirits of great cooks who have passed on. Arranged as 2-page spreads, each entry includes a recipe as well as the story of how the author came to learn it. Beyond Delicious, then, is part cookbook and part ghost story anthology. Together these elements create the most entertaining cookbook of the season.
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Beyond Delicious: The Ghost Whisperer's Cookbook: More than 100 Recipes from the Dearly Departed

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Overview

Beyond Delicious: The Ghost Whisperer's Cookbook includes more than 100 recipes given to her through communication with spirits of great cooks who have passed on. Arranged as 2-page spreads, each entry includes a recipe as well as the story of how the author came to learn it. Beyond Delicious, then, is part cookbook and part ghost story anthology. Together these elements create the most entertaining cookbook of the season.
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Editorial Reviews

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"Whether you believe or not, the recipes themselves look appealing to those of us on earth, who still have use of our taste buds. NewsFeed has to give Winkowski props for originality." - Time Newsfeed October 2011

"The stories in Beyond Delicious are quick, interesting reads. There’s not a scary ghost story in the bunch. The recipes are old-fashioned family favorites, the kind that typically would be passed down through the generations, and can be enjoyed by believers and nonbelievers alike." - The Wichita Eagle October 2011

"This book is excellent and will make you want to share your recipies with those you love and who are alive for countless centuries." - TheExaminer.com January 2012

" If 'all things creepy' is just your style, here's a thought. When you're planning tonight's Halloween supper, why not include a couple of recipes from ghosts? Weird? Well, yeah! But impossible? Not necessarily . . . assuming you're a follower of Mary Ann Winkowski, Cleveland's "Ghost Whisperer." In Beyond Delicious: The Ghost Whisperer's Cookbook, Winkowski tells tales of more than 100 spirits who had stories to share -- and recipes to go along with them. " -- Joe Crea, The Cleveland Plain Dealer

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781578605002
  • Publisher: Clerisy Press
  • Publication date: 9/13/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 300
  • Sales rank: 896,793
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Mary Ann Winkowski
Mary Ann Winkowski was born in Cleveland, Ohio and has been communicating with earthbound spirits for most of her life. Over the course of work as a paranormal investigator, Mary Ann's reputation has spread. She is a consultant to the CBS hit television show Ghost Whisperer, has appeared on numerous TV and radio news programs, and spoken at countless lectures. Mary Ann has offered her abilities to those in need as far away as New Mexico, St. Lucia, and Scotland and published a book in 2007 called When Ghosts Speak: Understanding the World of Earthbound Spirits. Her abilities have offered solace to countless people, either by reuniting them with loved ones who have died or by removing unwanted spirits and negative energy from homes, businesses or possessions. She lives in North Royalton, Ohio.
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  • Posted July 19, 2013

    Was looking for a book to read and Mary Ann¿s books never fail t

    Was looking for a book to read and Mary Ann’s books never fail to entertain me. So I figured, why not…let’s try her new recipe book dictated by ghosts. While a lot of the recipes did not titillate my palate, the ghost stories behind them were enjoyable. I love how Mary Ann works her way to the heart of the matter of why the ghosts are still walking the earth and did not go through the white light when they had the chance, as well as their reasons for not doing so. She’s a very clever lady with not only how she handles obstreperous ghosts, but also gets their secret recipes to pass on to us. It’s a unique book worth reading.

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  • Posted October 7, 2011

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    Super!

    I had a lot of fun reading each recipe and the ghost story accompanying each. I have to admit to a fondness more for the dessert choices, like Ted's Coconut Kisses, Mitzi's Golden Pumpkin Cookies, Lemon Sour Bars, Elderberry Pie, Frying Pan Cake (sort of a pineapple upside down cake in a frying pan)

    There were some intriguingly named ones: Hank's Rabbit Pie...take one cleaned rabbit...., Florence's French Pork Pie, Grandma's Cuban Chicken, Toledo Lebanese Meatballs.

    There were two that I know I will never ever, no way, nuh-uh make: Grandma's Pickled Beet Soup, Secret Harvard Beets...ask my mom, she'll tell you.

    The stories accompanying each recipe were sweet, funny, odd and any mixture thereof. I do hope that Mary Ann does do a travel book sometime like she thought about in the book. I'd love to read about where she goes and the sites she visits, as much as the ghosts she sees every day.

    I have a new cookbook for the keeper shelf in the kitchen. I look forward to trying many of these and see what my family thinks. I know the desserts will be a hit. Brown Sugar Refrigerator Cookies or Chocolate Torte to start.....

    Four spooky yummy beans....

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