Six Sisters’ Stuff
Cook, craft, and create with recipes, projects, and ideas from the enormously popular blog SixSistersStuff.com. Every recipe and project included in this book is quick, easy, and fun. More than 100 family-favorite recipes (including an entire section of slow-cooker recipes), use ingredients commonly found in your pantry. The crafts and home décor projects have easy-to-follow instructions with photographs and can be made with little or no money. We don t profess to be amazing chefs, they claim. We just know the importance of feeding our families a home-cooked meal and sitting down to eat it together. Our mom and dad taught us so many great values, and we are thankful that they instilled the importance of family time in our lives. Even the busiest of people can make the food and project ideas we share, which will give you even more time to spend with your family and loved ones. SixSistersStuff.com is an online phenomenon.
This book has my daughter’s name written all over it. She’s crafty. She loves to cook. She’s creative. It’s just something she will love.
As for me… crafty isn’t really my thing but there are some really fun projects and ideas in this book. As far as the recipes… Do you ever pick up cookbooks and look through them and think I would never make or eat that! I do all the time but that is not the case with this book. There is not one single recipe in the entire book that I would not try. They all look totally yummy and family friendly. Healthy & diet friendly? Not so much, but that’s not going to stop me from trying quite a few of them. The dessert section is to die for. If the recipes turn out half as good as they look I’m in trouble. I recommend checking out Six Sisters’ Stuff website for a glimpse of the type of things you’ll find in the pages of this book. In fact if you are a Girl Scout Cookie lover don’t miss today’s post on how to make Homemade Thin Mint Cookies: http://www.sixsistersstuff.com/2013/03/homemade-thin-mint-cookie-recipe.html
During the month of March, we encourage you to have dinner with your family four nights per week, for four weeks. It’s really easier than you think…and we’ll provide tips and recipes to help you throughout the month. We all know that family dinners are important – they’re often the glue that binds families together, that provides us valuable time to discuss the day’s events, and even gives us moments to laugh and enjoy each other’s company.
Please join with us to build families, one meal at a time.
1 copy of Six Sisters’ Stuff
Open to US only