55 Knives Cookbook (Recipe – Country Dinner Rolls)

There is a great new e-cookbook on the market today called 55 Knives and I am honored to be one of 55 food bloggers with a personal story and favorite recipe featured in it. I have had the pleasure of looking through this e-cookbook and am so thrilled with how it turned out. The stories range from hilarious to touching. There is a diverse selection of recipes, handpicked by the authors to share. This is a treasury of wonderful stories, delicious food, and mouth watering photos, all compiled into one beautiful and interactive e-cookbook. I hope you will check it out to find one of my favorite bread recipes (Country Dinner Rolls) and a personal story about what baking bread means to me.  If you buy it before June 1st, the entire book is only $14. After June 1st, the price increases slightly to $19. I promise you’ll love it (and if you don’t, there is a 30 day money back guarantee!). Head on over to get more information today!

Here is a blurb about the e-book from the person behind it (and who worked his rear off to make this happen), Nick from Macheesmo.

“What’s 55 Knives? In short, the almost 200 page book is a compilation of stories, recipes and tips from 55 food bloggers from around the Internet!  Each blogger gets a chapter and in that chapter they give a recipe (or a few) and a story to accompany the recipe(s).  The idea being that if we all write a few pages then those pages will all be really exceptional.   Also, because there are so many different perspectives, the recipes are varied and much more unique than if just one person were to write the entire thing.

I think the stories in the chapters are really important.  After all, cooking (and eating) isn’t just about the food.  It’s also about the people we share it with.  Some stories are short and some long (the longest is about 4 pages).  Some are funny and some are very touching.  Of course each author has their own voice and writing style and those definitely come out in the chapters.”

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  1. says

    This is beyond cool. Now, officially, I’m a twitter friend with a published author. How exciting! Thank you DineandDish! I’m considering… The image of your country dinner rolls is just lovely.
    .-= Gosia´s last blog ..Old Family Photographs =-.

  2. Pat Wogan says

    Congratulations, Kristen, can’t wait to read it. I’m going to write a chapter in mu blog about bread makers I have known, and how my Mom connected bread making to newborn babies. Look for it tomorrow.

  3. says

    Congratulations on being published! It looks like a fabulous collection. What a wonderful thing to be part of something like it! The rolls look awesome too.

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