Dishes in the sink mean bounteous blessings, and one of my blessings is knowing Denise Dwyer D’Errico. I first met Denise when she released a collection of poetry called A Maze in Grace and I attended her launch party. Denise is such a delight and is truly genuine in her connections with people. I am so excited about her second book and the spirit behind it. Her newest collection, Dee’s Dishes, is a collection of some of Denise’s favorite recipes and special stories that go along with them. They might be stories about the people who gave her the recipe or even memory that is attached to the recipe in some way. You will love it and I am featuring it here today on my blog!
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Dee’s Dishes is a cookbook… and so much more. How many times have you had Pepsi dumped on you? I’m talking completely-out-of-the-blue, shocking-and-sticky, all-over dumped on you. Well, it’s happened to me… more than once! But, that’s actually not what this book is about. Well, kind of. Sit down, grab yourself a coffee, tea, or wine, and dive into my personal stories about food, music, Guam culture, family, and how these elements have intertwined and danced throughout my life, resulting in some AH-MAZING recipes that I’ll share with you. With easy-to-follow organization grouped by Sweet and Savory, I know you’re going to love these dishes! Like Pepsi Brownies, Coconut Candy, Titiyas (flatbread from Guam), Caprese Denisi, my one-pot pasta dish (that I call Seconds Pasta) and more.
Buy Dee’s Dishes today and start cooking tonight!
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Denise Dwyer D’Errico is a poet, author, musician, wife, mother, and a seeker of her own truth. She has written and self-published a poetry collection entitled A Maze in Grace and contributed to Teaching with Harry Potter: Essays on Classroom Wizardry from Elementary School to College, edited by Valerie E. Frankel. Denise has over twenty years of experience as a liturgical musician, as cantor, piano accompanist, and music director of adult choirs, children’s choirs, musicals, and handbell choirs. She is the composer of “Be Still,” a liturgical choral piece published by the leading church music publisher GIA. She has also provided piano, vocal, and music theory instruction for children and adults. She has spoken to audiences on parenting and autism awareness. Denise has particular interest in illustrating harmony among seemingly unrelated subjects. And she really loves crème brûlée.
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