The Year of Cozy - Hardcover
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|About the Author||Adrianna Adarme is an author, recipe developer, and blogger. Her blog, A Cozy Kitchen, has become a place for people to read entertaining anecdotes about daily life and to find delicious, comforting recipes. Adarme and A Cozy Kitchen have been featured in Saveur, Self, The Pioneer Woman, Refinery29, Oh Joy, and Rachel Zoe's Zoe Report. She lives in Los Angeles with her boyfriend, Joshua, and her corgi, Amelia.|
|Author 1||Adrianna Adarme|
|Editorial Review||“Adrianna is the queen of cozy, and you'd be silly not to turn to her for all of your cozy needs. As a longtime follower of her blog, I can't say I'm surprised by the amazing, comforting recipes in this book (Rye Walnut Lace Cookies? Those gorgeous Cinnamon Rolls?!?!!), but what did pleasantly surprise me were all of the fun crafts in here! I am so excited to make my own wreaths, candles, and crafting paper. It's gonna be so much fun. My waistline's gonna be really excited, too.” ―Molly Yeah, My Name is Yeh “The Year of Cozy by Adrianna Adarme is both sumptuous and completely down to earth. You'll want to sink right into her cozy world-why not plan a fall picnic, make Chewy Chai Snickerdoodles, and adopt a best friend corgi named Amelia? Adrianna's clear and friendly voice chats with you as if you're a dear friend, offering tips on DIY crafts and recipes you'll actually want to make. The photos are light and ethereal, drawing you into a world where she and her corgi stay in (and enjoy it!), go on neighborhood adventures, and, most of all, live intentionally cozy.” ―Stephanie Le, I am a Food Blog “Happiness comes from creating time and space to savor life's little bites whether you are enjoying a chilly fall picnic or teaching yourself a new craft. Adrianna's book is a charming road map to the good life, from scratch.” ―Joy Wilson, Author of Joy the Baker Cookbook and Homemade Decadence|
|Number of Pages||272|