From debut author A. Gardner comes a deliciously dangerous new series... After an injury derails Poppy Peters' ballet career, she gathers the courage to follow in her grandmother's footsteps and attend Calle Pastry Academy in a small-town Georgia. Poppy has her work cut out for her not only fitting in with her charming (and not-so-charming ) Southern classmates but also proving her worth to her teachers after her first publicly humiliating attempt a making the school's famous peach pie. But Poppy's pastry problems go from bad to worse when she's suddenly accused of stealing expensive black truffles, and her attempt to clear her name goes awry...resulting in her finding a dead body instead! If Poppy's going to survive this culinary experience, she'll need to find the missing truffles and track down a killer, all while honing her baking skills to compete in the school's dessert competition for a coveted pastry internship in Paris. Can Poppy prove she's one tough cookie? Or is her life about to crumble? **Recipes Included** qA sweet and satisfying mystery that will leave you hungry for more! A. Gardner's Poppy Peters Mysteries have earned a place on my keeper shelf!q ~ Gemma Halliday, New York Times bestselling mystery authorHOMEMADE. BROWN. SUGAR. WITH. SPICES. 2 tablespoons molasses 1 cup granulated sugar 1/4 teaspoon of one or more of the following spices ... To create a homemade sugar scrub, add 1 part oil to 2 parts sugar (1/2 cup oil for 1 cup sugar). Recommended oils are olive oil, almond oil (or any nut oil), or coconut oil.
|Title||:||Southern Peach Pie and A Dead Guy|
|Publisher||:||Gemma Halliday Publishing - 2015-05-25|