|Posted by Katie Mitzel on May 14, 2015 at 4:55 PM||comments (0)|
THE 2ND EDITION OF THE SKOKI COOKBOOK IS NOW AVAILABLE!! THIS IS A LIMITED EDITION SO MAKE SURE YOU GET YOURS SOON. MAKES AN AMAZING GIFT OR HOSTESS PRESENT.
|Posted by Katie Mitzel on July 30, 2014 at 12:45 AM||comments (2)|
There are clearly some errors needing to be addressed in the first edition of the Skoki Cookbook. This was, of course, the first time I have written, self-published and independently printed a book. I did hire a professional editor but for some reason these errors were over-looked at the crucial stage prior to printing and I was unfortunately at the Lodge and unable to have a final review as most of you know we have no internet connection in the backcountry. I truly apologize for the misprints and will focus more diligently on the second print in correcting these. The main objective of the Skoki Cookbook was to introduce some of you to the beauty and adventure of the Lodge. For others it was a great way to bring the Skoki recipes I have shared with you at the Lodge, into your own homes. I still believe that this book has done both and hope the focal point of the Skoki Cookbook remains positive and noteworthy.
The following recipes need adjustment:
Honey Sour Cream Coffee Cake: Page 33. Should read 1 1/2 teaspoons of baking powder - not - 1 1/2 cups.
Heavenly Biscotti: Page 98. When it asks to turn the oven temperature down to 275F - it is from 350F.
Tomato-Orzo Soup with Pesto: Page 124. The plum tomatoes should be a 796ml/28floz can.
Quinoa-Stuffed Peppers. Page 110. The can sizes on the red kidney beans and diced tomatoes should be a 540ml can.
Thanks to all of you that have been so awesome and supportive and understanding. I truly apologize for the errors and will strive to produce an incredible second edition,
|Posted by Katie Mitzel on January 23, 2013 at 9:40 PM||comments (10)|
Thank you to those that have pointed out the poignant misprint in the Honey Sour Cream Coffee Cake.
It should not read one and a half cups of baking powder but instead one and a half teaspoons of baking powder.
We'll most certainly address this in the next edition! Sorry!
|Posted by Katie Mitzel on October 23, 2012 at 1:15 PM||comments (0)|
The Skoki Cookbook has finally been realized thanks to the encouragement of our Skoki guests. In this beautiful hardcover book you will find fun, easy and adventurous recipes arranged aesthetically amongst gorgeous photographs. The book also offers a glimpse into the Skoki history, the chronology of the food delivery and many more interesting tidbits that will make your desire for a Skoki retreat much more imminent.
You can purchase your book online using paypal or one of the many fine establishments mentioned in the "Buy the Book" section.
The Skoki Cookbook would make an incredible gift for the foodie in your life so be sure to get your copy today as a limited number of books has been produced.
See you on the trail or in the kitchen!