Recipes from Ladybug Farm: A Companion Cookbook

Recipes from Ladybug Farm: A Companion Cookbook

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by Donna Ball
     
 
Bridget's Blueberry Scones... Miss Emily's Brunswick Stew... Ida Mae's Fruit Cake... These are some of the seventy-plus recipes from Donna Ball's beloved "Ladybug Farm" series of novels that are included in this novelty collector's recipe book. Organized according to seasons, rather than traditional food categories, this book emphasizes the use of fresh, seasonal

Overview

Bridget's Blueberry Scones... Miss Emily's Brunswick Stew... Ida Mae's Fruit Cake... These are some of the seventy-plus recipes from Donna Ball's beloved "Ladybug Farm" series of novels that are included in this novelty collector's recipe book. Organized according to seasons, rather than traditional food categories, this book emphasizes the use of fresh, seasonal ingredients that should bring out the best in any home cook. Pithy advice from Ida Mae and Bridget, along with memories from the previous Ladybug Farm books, are designed to bring a smile to the table, along with a great new dish or two.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781453778296
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
09/09/2010
Pages:
130
Sales rank:
339,411
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.28(d)

Meet the Author

Donna Ball is the author of almost one hundred novels, including A YEAR ON LADYBUG FARM, AT HOME ON LADYBUG FARM , and LOVE LETTERS FROM LADYBUG FARM. She lives in the Blue Ridge mountains, where she enjoys entertaining using many of the recipes in this book.

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Recipes from Ladybug Farm: A Companion Cookbook 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The disclaimer at the beginning of the book states that " this book is intended as a novelty only." Many of the recipes have not been tested and their accuracy and originality may be questionable. This book was advertised as a cookbook, not a piece of fiction.