Would you like 5 copies of GRILLING THE SUBJECT for your book club? Read on for details.
What is your book club reading? Are you one of those groups that always reads the latest women's fiction? I started a book club when I lived in Charlotte. I wanted to read mysteries, and all my friends did, too. But soon, as the group grew, I was overruled, and the club started reading women's fiction. Now, don't get me wrong, an occasional women's fiction is fun to read, but I get tired of reading dramas with the tragic endings. I want lighter fare. I left the group and returned to reading my mysteries. I like happy endings. I like when the bad guy gets his "just desserts."
Speaking of desserts...
For Book Club Week, I thought I'd share one of my favorite and easiest cakes to make. Something I eat while writing (or reading). With tea or coffee, it simply satisfies the taste buds.
Banana cake with chocolate frosting.
There's something so fun about little squares of cake, sort of brownie-shaped, with just a hint of chocolate. These will go perfectly at any book club. And because they're so easy to make, you can double the recipe and have twice as many! A square pan makes 9 to 16 square servings. Or you can do tiny slices and get lots more servings. No matter what, enjoy and...
Savor the mystery!
(* If you want to make this using regular flour, switch out the GF flour with regular flour and omit the xanthan gum.)
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