Download e-book for kindle: Alexis Gets Frosted (Cupcake Diaries, Book 12) by Coco Simon

By Coco Simon

Alexis has real buddies within the Cupcake Club—which is an efficient factor, simply because every body else is looking her names.

Everyone within the Cupcake membership was once extremely joyful whilst suggest lady Sydney moved away, however the new lady, Olivia, is even worse than Sydney used to be! whenever she passes Alexis within the hallway, she says anything nasty to her. And if that wasn't undesirable adequate, she additionally has all of the women within the top buddies membership making jokes approximately Alexis! Alexis has no concept why this is often happening... till she recalls an offhand comment she made to a chum approximately Olivia. It wasn't intended to be suggest, yet did Olivia take it the opposite direction? If Alexis is keen to shoulder a few blame, will Olivia name off the teasing campaign?

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Bread pudding The American version of bread and butter pudding without the butter. It may also include various flavorings, nuts, or dried fruits. breadstick A long stick of yeast bread, either very crisp or soft. They are often flavored or garnished with herbs and/or seeds. breakfast Traditionally, the first meal of the day. Breakfast foods include breads, English muffins, fruit, muffins, danish, doughnuts, coffee cakes, croissants, or other baked goods. Other items served at breakfast include eggs prepared in a number of ways, breakfast meats, and batter cakes such as pancakes and waffles.

A large cake with layers of génoise and vanilla buttercream that, once firm, is cut to resemble a ball and then enrobed in vanilla buttercream and rolled in shredded coconut. bounceberry An alternative name for cranberry. Bourbon See whisky. bourdaloue tarte A classic French tart of a short crust topped with pear halves, covered with frangipane and baked. The tart was developed in 1850 at a patisserie next to Notre-Dame de Lorette, the famous Parisian cathedral; it is traditionally served warm with a dusting of confectioners’ sugar.

Lawtonberry This sweet fruit is a cross between the blackberry and the loganberry. Laxtonberry A berry hybrid similar to the raspberry. Lingonberry Known as “the red gold of the forest” in their native Sweden, these tiny cowberries are grown wild and look and taste like a small cranberry. They contain a natural preservative called benzoic acid, so little to no sugar is required and they do not need to be refrigerated. They ripen in September and are available only in the regions where they grow, such as Scandinavia, Russia, Canada, and Maine.

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