The Flour Pot Cookie Book: Creating Edible Works of Art

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Running Press Book Publishers, 2006 - Cooking - 128 pages
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Why wait for the holidays to bake and decorate cookies? Let Margie and Abbey Greenberg show you how to make beautiful and easy cookies that are perfect for gifts year-round--plus, they taste great! The Flour Pot Cookie Book is a fun and fanciful exploration into the world of cookie decoration, featuring designs for all occasions, or for no occasion at all. People will think these cookies are almost too pretty to eat! With more than 40 decoration ideas, grouped by theme, this book is a sure-hit with home bakers.

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Fantastic book, great illustrations and ideas, some will make you LOL. Very good to add to your library.

About the author (2006)

Margie and Abbey Greenberg are the mother-daughter team that makes up The Flour Pot, a bakery that specializes in unique cookie designs. Using their love of fanciful design, baking, and sweets, Margie and Abbey opened The Flour Pot in October 2004. It has garnered praise and well-deserved attention ever since. The bakery was featured on Food TV's Roker on the Road, and in countless magazines. Margie and Abbey Greenberg are the mother-daughter team that makes up The Flour Pot, a bakery that specializes in unique cookie designs. Using their love of fanciful design, baking, and sweets, Margie and Abbey opened The Flour Pot in October 2004. It has garnered praise and well-deserved attention ever since. The bakery was featured on Food TV's Roker on the Road, and in countless magazines.

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