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#Giveaway (#27) Six Sisters STUFF: 52 Menu Plans, Recipes and Ideas

Filled with delicious tried-and-true family favorites and oh-so-easy-to-make dishes, A Year with Six Sisters' Stuff features all-new recipes using basic ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen. Each menu is designed to make your dinner plans as easy as possible—and with such wide variety and a photograph accompanying every recipe in the book, you can easily mix and match menus to create a year's worth of dinner ideas.
In addition, the Sisters share some of their favorite family dinner traditions and crafts, as well as 52 dinner conversation starters, a list of pantry staples, and, food storage plan for beginners.


  • Series: Six Sisters' Stuff (Book 2)
  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Shadow Mountain (March 25, 2014)
  • ISBN: 9781609078164




Author Bios:
The Six Sisters—Camille, Kristen, Elyse, Stephanie, Lauren, and Kendra—grew up in Utah, but a few of them have lived in other parts of the country since moving out of the house. Between them there are five nieces and three nephews, and all of the sisters love playing “aunt.” The sisters started the blog in February 2011 to keep in touch while they were apart, but it has since gained popularity, garnering more than 9 million viewers per month and more than 307,000 followers on Pinterest.


REVIEW:
I went through the book and was impressed with the recipes I saw. It was hard to choose which ones to pick to make, there was just so many I liked right away. So I grabbed my kid and went through it with him. Here are the things I chose to make, based on my chat with him.
Garlic Loaf
Garlic Loaf has got to be something that most people enjoy. Whenever we have pasta, I usually make a salad and serve garlic bread. I enjoyed this recipe, though I think I will opt to have no cheese next time.
Now what goes best with Garlic Loaf, why pasta of course! So I made this:
Cheeseburger Casserole
This Cheeseburger Casserole was really good, but the recipe in the book could have used more seasoning. Still, it was delicious and hearty. Perfect for the cold day we ate the meal on.
Lastly, I made dessert.
Chocolate Crinkle Cookies
Chocolate Crinkle Cookies are easy to make and taste amazing! Both my son and the hubster loved them. I admit, I ate a bunch too so its fair to say I enjoyed them too. 
So all three recipes were a hit, with minor adjustments to suit our tastes, of course.
Now what I really like about this cookbook, is how each 'recipe' is laid out. You actually get suggestions for the whole meal, like I made, from the appetizer, main course and dessert. Each 'menu' is a great idea and goes together well. Mind you mine are mixed up from 3 different menus, so you can switch them up if you want. I can't wait to try some more STUFF from it. I got many dog-eared pages to choose from.


5/5


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Comments

  1. I would like to try the garlic loaf

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  2. Probably all of them, but the garlic loaf for sure. I'm an idiot when it comes to garlic. Thanks.

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  3. I would try the Chocoate Crinkles! Yum!

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  4. I would try the Chocolate Crinkle Cookies first. Yum!

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  5. I would try the Chocolate Crinkle Cookies ... you know I love chocolate!

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  6. Love the idea of all the siblings writing a book (and blog!) together. Out of the three you made I'd opt to make the garlic loaf, I reckon, though the pasta looks interesting. Well done on What's In A Name. Fun choice!

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