Have you ever met somebody that you knew instantly they were doing exactly what they were meant to be doing with their life? That’s Rosie, the owner of one of Vancouver’s most popular bake shop and author of Butter Baked Goods Cookbook. The minute you meet her you know that baking and creating treats for everyone’s enjoyment is exactly what she should be doing.
Despite her start in interior design, Rosie grew up knowing in her heart of hearts she was going to open this bake shop and the minute you step through the doors you know that was the perfect plan for her. Warm and inviting with an intoxicating smell of sugar and butter and sweet goodness. As beautiful as her shop her cookbook is equally as lovely. And once again an amazing group of food bloggers got together to taste and cook their way through these fabulous pages.
My first intention was to bake and write about the her Lemon Meringue Tart. Silky lemon curd, sticky meringue and a buttery crust to die for. And I planned on making these spiced Pumpkin Spiced Chocolate Blondies that I knew my co workers were going to go nuts over. However it was DH’s choice of the Raspberry Custard Tart that really stole the show. Easy to prepare and oh so flavourful. This will get made time and time again in our house. Maybe I’ll use blueberries next time! Yum! I still have many more pages bookmarked to try but to help you decide that this is definitely a cookbook that needs to be on your table check out my fellow bloggers participating in this wonderful review and see the amazing things they tried from Butter Baked Goods.
And don’t forget to enter the contest below. Rosie as per her incredibly generous nature is offering up a signed copy of Butter Baked Goods AND a box of Butter Baked Goods! Perfect just before Christmas.
To enter just leave a comment below telling me what you favorite baked treat is and for multiple entries be sure to follow and click on any of the eligible links.
Contest is open till December 3, 2014 to all legal residents of Canada and the US who have reached the age of majority at the time of the contest in province, territory, or state in which they reside. Canada winners will be required to answer a skill testing question.