Wouldn’t it be fun to eat your way across the country…more specifically eat dessert across the country? When I saw what this cookbook, United Cakes of America, was about I was instantly interested. Inside you’ll find fun and delicious information along with recipes from each state’s favorite confections, from Maine’s Whoopie Pies all the way to Florida’s famous Key Lime Pie.
Family Kitchen is happy to offer this cookbook to one lucky reader. Read on for more details on United Cakes of America cookbook and how to enter this giveaway.
Starting out with Baked Alaska (what else?), Brown tours the whole country, updating regional confections like King Cake (Louisiana), Lady Baltimore Cake (South Carolina), Mud Cake (Mississippi), and Key Lime Pie (Florida). There are official state desserts (Maryland’s Smith Island Cake; Massachusetts’ Boston Cream Pie) and unofficial favorites (New York–style Cheesecake; St. Louis Gooey Butter Cake), as well as an ovenful of brand-new baked treats that Brown has created to honor specific states’ agricultural bounty (Avocado Cupcakes for California; Huckleberry Cake for Idaho). Eye-catching photos, informative sidebars, and a separate section on buttercream frostings complete the mix.
Giveaway: United Cakes of America, by Warren Brown
Starts Friday, September 23 and ends Friday September 30, at 12 noon (EST). Winner will be chosen using Random.org.
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We apologize but this giveaway is open to US readers only.