The Official Whoopie Pie Book
Written by Nancy Griffin
Whoopie pies could be declared the official Maine dessert. Many people assert that the round chocolate confection originated there, although Pennsylvania actually has an equally strong claim to that honor. No matter—aficionados in both locales never tire of the giant sandwich-style sweets, and these comfort food treats are enjoying a renaissance as bakeries across the country and online offer gourmet versions. This fun and funky book, Making Whoopies!, is a wide-ranging, lighthearted look at whoopie pies and the folks who love them.
This book tells everything you want to know about the whoopie pie and includes 15 tried-and-true recipes that will make your mouth water. It could inspire a baking spree that your friends and family will reap the benefits of.
NANCY GRIFFIN has been a freelance writer for more than 20 years, writing for newspapers, magazines and trade publications. Before that, she was a newspaper and wire service reporter and editor. Nancy is the author of two previous books. She also has taught workshops on writing and newsletter publishing for the University of Maine in Augusta. A lifelong whoopie pie lover, she can often be found munching on one of these classic treats while writing (or driving, or sitting in the house with a cup of coffee) and she has even been known to share, but not often. Her home is in Thomaston, Maine.
Die-cut sewn paperback, 112 pages, 50 color photos, 15 recipes, 6" x 5.5".Buy Making Whoopies Now