Like Mam Used To Bake
Rosanne Hewitt-Cromwell has been locked in a love affair with cake and baking for as long as she can remember, from the early days listening as her mam sang happily in the kitchen, delicious sweet smells filling the house, right up to today, standing in her very own kitchen singing and baking more treats than her poor husband can eat.
Some favourites from Rosanne's popular baking blog, www.LikeMamUsedtoBake.com, are included here alongside a whole host of new recipes from childhood memories and experiments in her kitchen. From the ever-popular mint-crisp pie, almond fingers and upside-down cake, to her addictive rocky road, there really is something to suit all tastes. Rosanne even dedicates a chapter to Christmas baking, her favourite time of year.
Peppered throughout with helpful hints and strolls down memory lane, this is much more than a cookbook.
For a sample from the 'Cakes and Bakes' section of the book click the link below
For a sample from the 'Sweets and Treats' section of the book click this link
For a sample from the Christmas section click the link below
Rosanne Hewitt-Cromwell is an enthusiastic food blogger and home baker. At her happiest feeding people to the point of bursting, she spends most days in the kitchen baking and experimenting with recipes, tweaking flavours or improving old favourites. She has a passion for good food, quality ingredients and cooking, but baking has well and truly stolen her heart. Always keen to learn more she has an unhealthy obsession with cookbooks and cookery programmes. Her blog, www.likemamusedtobake.com, was a finalist in the 2011 and 2012 Irish Blog Awards. She lives with her chief taster – her husband Jay – in Dublin.
'The book is a sugary delight: colourful, girly and nostalgic. The recipes are special enough to be a lovely treat but not so daunting that the book will live on a shelf and never have the joy of becoming flour-speckled and dog-eared. It has a host of lovely recipes for the sort of old-fashioned cake that makes you want to cut a big gooey slice and settle down for a cosy afternoon with friends and a big mug of tea'
- The Sunday Business Post
[T]his book brings delicious, accessible recipes, beautifully photographed, with a personal flavour and a hint of nostalgia, from one of Ireland's favourite food bloggers.
- Limerick Post