Cookbook Giveaway: Grace’s Sweet Life

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Grace’s Sweet Life

Homemade Italian Desserts from Cannoli, Tiramisu and Panna Cotta

to Torte, Pizelle and Struffoli



Grace Massa Langlois


About the Author


Grace Massa Langlois was born in Belgium to Italian parents. She grew up in London, Ontario, where she now lives with her two children.  In April, 2010, she launched her website, Graces Sweet Life, where she shares recipes, stories about her Italian heritage, and the joy of growing up in a large, close-knit family.  Her daughter photographs all the desserts, while her son holds the enviable position of being the official taste-tester.


Italian food ranks high on my list, so reviewing this cookbook was a pleasure!  A lot of the recipes in Grace’s Sweet Life are quite involved, but look like they’re well worth it.  At the top of every recipe, Grace shares info about the recipe and some personal stories about her family.  There are beautiful colored photos sprinkled throughout the book.  I have bookmarked many of the recipes to try on my summer vacation, when I’ll have more time to spend in the kitchen.


Last weekend, I tried the Raspberry Sorbet (below).  Let me tell ya, Dave and I have been enjoying it in the 90 degree weather!  It’s delicious!


Sorbetto al Lampone

(Raspberry Sorbet)


You can find Grace’s Sweet Life at Amazon.



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  1. 3

    Kristin says

    Love tiramisu, but have always been afraid to try to make it myself – if I had this book, though……

  2. 9

    Rita Ann Williamson says

    I adore Italian food. My best friend married an Italian years ago and I really became aware of the food then. His mother was the best.

  3. 41

    jengd says

    LOVE cannoli- used to make them back in high school when I was in the, yeah, wait for it, Latin Club. Sad but true. :)

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