Love At First Biteby Gina Meyers
The international phenomenon known as Twilight fever has ignited a fire in the kitchen. Delectable delights to satisfy the appetites of the humans found in the fictional book Twilight. Love At First Bite, The Unofficial Twilight Cookbook is meant to offer a satisfying array of warm, lovely dishes that anyone of any age can cook with ease and enjoyment.
Whether you are planning a Twilight-Themed Birthday Party, just a simple get together with friends, a Halloween party, or just what to try your creative hand to some culinary delights you are in luck. Brimming with mouthwatering recipes, brace yourselves, and bring your very best table manners, and appetites. Don't forget your forks. Beautiful Bella Swan will be serving up some scrumptious delights to satisfy even the pickiest, puritan "vegetarian" vampires. Intertwined in the pages of Love At First Bite, The Unofficial Twilight Cookbook, you will find Bell's Lasagna, Harry's Famous Fish Fry, Mushroom Raviolis, Red Velvet Cake, Blushing Bella Punch, and much more. is served ala Bella style.
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I enjoyed receiving my copy of the first, only and original Twilight cookbook. The information inside the cookbook is easy for all ages, and fun. There are quotes throughout the cookbook related to Twilight as well as themed recipes such as Chow Bella with Italian recipes such as Mushroom Ravioli. If you are looking for a gift for a preteen, teenager, or pure Twilight Saga fan, this is it!
Nothing is a more ridiculous premise for a cookbook than the Twilight series. Vampires drink blood and humans are rarely and briefly seen eating everday food such as serial and steak (which hardly require recipes). This collection of simple homestyle food such as lasagna, steak, and chocolate cupcakes is truly uninspired garbage compiled together to make a buck off of the Twilight phenomenon. You'd get better recipes from your grandmother. The author has admittedly not read the books, but just seeing the film made her feel "inspired". The shallow depths of her devotion are painfully obvious. Perhaps the author should have compiled a Harry Potter cookbook while that was popular. That would have at least produced a larger and more ligitimate collection of recipes for her to make money from. If twilight recipes are goal, I would recommend fansites with free ones. Spend your money elsewhere.