Monday, August 17, 2015

PROMO: NICOLE L. MEYER'S 'CUPS, STICKS & NIBBLES' IS HERE TO UNLOCK YOUR INNER HOSTING CONFIDENCE WITH STRESS FREE TIPS AND RECIPES

  NICOLE L. MEYER'S NEW BOOK 
WILL HELP YOU ORGANISE A PERFECT MOVIE PARTY
Have you ever wanted to throw your friends one of those perfect parties we see on film and TV but you've never known where to start? Well, Nicole L. Meyer's book CUPS, STICKS & NIBBLES is here to unlock your inner hosting confidence with stress free tips and recipes! Not only that her book gives you a step by step plan on how to plan the party months ahead, because as us spies know - you must never be unprepared, but it brings tons of simple, mostly kitchen beginner's level recipes, which means anybody can make them. I personally loved that most of the food in her book was vegetarian. Broccoli and Cheese Frittata and Kale Lasagna Rolls were my faves. 
TIPS FOR THE AUTHOR  use wide angles with photos, not the less attractive close ups, and avoid overly simplistic food (throwing plain eggplant slices onto the grill or dipping cherries into plain chocolate isn't a bookworthy recipe).

CUPS, STICKS & NIBBLES
is a best friend, event planner, and cooking teacher all in one. Its inspiring suggestions are meant to rid you of those over whelming panicky feelings and instead fill you up with new found party fever excitement. The mouth watering nibbles featured in this book are hand picked from her blog, Nibbles By Nic. Creations such as strawberry shortcake cheesecake shooters, pizza meatloaf cupcakes, pineapple steak roll-ups, and skillet stuffed eggplant are just a few of the menu items for you to include. Crowd pleasing with easy to find ingredients and minimal steps involved give you every opportunity to celebrate and have the best time at your very own party!

Order the book HERE Find Nicole HERE

22 comments:

  1. Hi Dezzy, I'm back in the game! Some of those goodies sound deliciously intriguing!

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    1. glad to have you back, Debs, you can use this book to organize a return party :)

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  2. Nice promo post...and very timely. We're on the verge of the holiday season out here (seems far away, but it's really not).

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    1. it really isn't September is around the corner and October will be here before you say ''nibbles''

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  3. Looks like bruschetta on a stick in the first photo.

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    1. no, no, dear, those are lil' samiches :) with almond spread and strawberry in between coated in milk and eggs and fried and then put onto the stick with strawberries :) It's one of Nicole's better recipes, if you ask the spy... who is also,as you know, a cooking baking expert :)

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  4. Ooohhhhh I love to throw a PAR-TAY and can always use helpful hints.

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  5. Oh that book sounds fabulous and I love your notes for the author. Attractive pictures certainly makes me want to try a recipe more.

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    1. I think she herself probably did take nice photos, but her publisher messed it up a bit by editing them into close-ups instead of wider angles in which you can see all the beauty of the food and details.

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  6. Probably a good resource for making "finger food."

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    1. exactly, nibbles and finger food, but also some more hearty meals for the family

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  7. I checked out her blog and he's some fantastic recipes there. I'm going to do her grilled sweet potato's later this week for sure.

    The book looks like a good one and I wish her every success with it.

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    1. fire the grill, dear, and me is coming over for dinner :)

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  8. This sounds like the perfect book to help throw a fabulous party! We always need good eats to keep the guests happy!

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    1. they just eat and eat and won't stop :)

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)