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101 Things to Do with a Bundt® Pan by Jenny Hartin

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  • ISBN 10 1423652096
  • ISBN 13 9781423652090
  • Published Aug 20 2019
  • Format Spiral-bound
  • Page Count 128
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Gibbs Smith

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101 Things To Do With A Bundt® Pan offers a wide variety of not only cake and bread recipes, but sweet and savory sides, appetizers, brunch ideas, and dinner options. We like big bundts and we cannot lie! Does this bundt make my oven look big?

Packed with delish recipe ideas cooked in everyone’s favorite iconic pan, 101 Things To Do With A Bundt® Pan will help the home cook serve up quick and easy one-pan dishes from breakfasts, breads, and cakes, to savory appetizers and brunch ideas, sides, and main dishes, including comfort foods such as meat loaf, lasagna, mac ‘n cheese, and even roast chicken. Nothing bundt tasty!

Jenny Hartin is the founder of The Cookbook Junkies, a Facebook group that brings cookbook fanatics together, as well as a website of the same name. She is also the director of publicity for Eat Your Books and is well-known in the cookbook arena. She has been a cookbook judge for the James Beard Awards and has written for various websites and venues doing cookbook reviews and feature pieces. Jenny spends a great deal of her time developing her own recipes, writing, cooking, and baking. This is her first cookbook. She lives in Colorado.