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  • How do I purchase a copy of "Recipes I Stole?"
    Paperback: Go to the website BookBaby or search for "Recipes I Stole." It will bring up my "author page" with a copy of my cookbook to purchase. e-book: Go to or search for "Recipes I Stole." It will bring up my "author page" with a copy of my e-book to purchase.
  • What is the easiest way to get all of your future recipes?
    Just subscribe to my newsletter at the bottom of this page, and my recipes will be sent to your email. New recipes will be made available every so often, along with ideas and cooking tips. Once you’ve signed up for my newsletter, confirm your email address.
  • Is there a way to print out your recipes?
    You can Subscribe to my newsletter and receive recipes not currently included in "Recipes I Stole”. You can also click ‘More Here’ to Free Recipes, download, then print from the PDF.
  • Am I able to use substitute ingredients for your recipes?
    The recipes I've made available have only been made with the ingredients listed. However, you can substitute many different ingredients that will work as well. But without trying it that way myself, there is no way I could be sure. I recommend you try the recipe as written; substituting ingredients may yield different results.
  • I followed the instructions and ingredients for your recipe and it didn't turn out like I thought it would. Any suggestions?
    Unless I was with you, it’s hard to know what went wrong. Having said that, if a recipe doesn’t turn out the first time, there are a few things you could try the next time: Confirm the list of ingredients, the measurements for each, and the directions to ensure you haven’t skipped anything. Make sure that you made no substitutions. If you still haven’t uncovered what went wrong, please leave a comment for me directly on that recipe. I will try and figure out why it didn’t work for you. Posting on the recipe encourages others to provide feedback and offer suggestions.
  • Where can I find nutritional information on your recipes?
    Nutritional information panels on food labels list energy, protein, fat, carbohydrates, and sodium. Nutritional information panels are a better guide to nutritional value than advertising or packaging. If a product contains ingredients that commonly cause food allergic reactions, the food label must say so.
  • The “Free recipes” are not downloading? Whom do I contact to get access to the recipes?
    Contact and let them know you cannot download the free recipes.
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    Our response time is 24 hours. Like any new website, there will be hiccups during the launch period. If you still have not received a response within 48 hours, please contact and I will let our tech support know what your issue is, and they will work with you to resolve it as quickly as possible. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
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  • Can I save and share the e-book download on multiple devices?
    When you purchase content from the Kindle Store, the content is linked to your Amazon account rather than a specific device. Any Kindle-compatible devices connected to that account can then share the purchased content, allowing you to distribute e-books or personal documents to multiple devices.
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