Joanne Fluke Message Board
Pam posts on 6/12/2005 10:20:53 AM
This information is directly from Joanne herself.
Oops, Hannah goofed. There's a typo in the Fudge Cupcake recipe. It says, "1 1/2 tsp baking soda." It should be, "1 !/2 teaspoons baking powder."
Hannah is embarrassed and so is Joanne.
Another oops and yet another! The gremlins got their hands on "Sugar Cookie Murder." In the recipe for Not So Swedish Meatballs, it should call for: One restaurant-sized can of cream of mushroom soup, undiluted (50 ounces.) And in The Hawaiian Pot Roast, a 20oz can of pineapple pieces is called for. How they messed those up, I'll never know.
Nicole posts on 6/10/2005 4:54:12 PM
Joanne Fluke is my all time favorite author! I am probaly her youngest readers. I'm 11. Her books are awasome! My only question is: Who will Hannah marry Mike or Norman?????
Kelly posts on 6/2/2005 9:47:18 AM
I use some of the recipes too! I love Hannah and the fact that shes so independent. Her mom drives me crazy!!
Le Killgore posts on 2/19/2005 10:17:02 AM
Thank you so much for your neat mystery books. I read each one with pleasure. Also I copy lots of the recipes. Dinner party the other night featured IRish Roast Beast from "The Sugar Cookie Murder" which I altered slightly by sauteing onions, celery and green pepper to add; and used burgundy wine because I couldn't find Guiness Stout and stewed tomatoes because at midnight I discovered I was out of tomato sauce (Tsk tsk, for shame!) So my party was a huge success and everyone plans to read your books. Thanks!
Kelly posts a bold assertion on 2/13/2005 11:13:20 PM
thanks so much for the tip!!! it sounds great
Norma Smith posts a bold assertion on 2/13/2005 12:16:45 PM
1 1/2 tsp Baking Powder created a killer cupcake. To further confuse us the directions said to mix soda with the flour. I ignored the soda direction and just used the Baking Powder. The frosting was great my family said they were winners. They also think the Cashew Crisps are winners. Thanks Norma
Jenn Matz posts on 2/11/2005 9:09:14 PM
Which recipe are you talking about with the measurement substitution?
We made Chocolate Highlander Cookie Bars last week - they are so good! I highly recommend them!
Dianne Stewart posts a bold assertion on 2/11/2005 6:28:39 PM
Apparently it is accurate, the original said 1/2 tsp. Let us know how they are!!! They sound lucious!! Dianne
Norma Smith posts on 2/11/2005 6:15:31 PM
My library book copy came with a white out correcion of 1 1/2 tsp of baking powder. Is that accurate? It does not look like a publishers correction. Thanks
Jenn Matz posts a meandering thought on 2/8/2005 8:06:01 PM
Look for M.D. Lake books. They are a good read.
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