I'm blogging at www.killercharacters.com today! Gigi gives Detective Mertz a cooking lesson, and I'm sharing the recipe. I'm also giving away a copy of Steamed to Death (out now) and Laced with Poison (coming July 2). Stop by and leave a comment to win!
Obviously the wonderful people at Goodreads have been working hard, and my contest to give away a copy of Laced with Poison, the second in my Sweet Nothings series, is now LIVE! Here is the link: http://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/56332-laced-with-poison
About the contest...it's at www.goodreads.com. The contest has to be approved, hopefully by tomorrow, and when it is, I will post the link!
I'm giving away a copy of Laced with Poison, the second in my Sweet Nothings Lingerie Series writte
Do you like chickpeas (aka garbanzo beans)? They are a member of the legume family and are over 7500 years old! they are a great source of protein and fiber. And they are delicious roasted! You can add whatever flavors you like--Indian, Mexican or just have them with plain salt. I have a recipe up today at www.mysteryloverskitchen. It's a crunch, salty snack you don't have to feel guilty eating!
Today I'm blogging again--this time I've posted a recipe for taking plain ice cream to a dessert worthy of company! Check it out at http://travelingwitht.wordpress.com/.
I'm being interviewed today by Jennifer at her charming blog Books & Kisses. I would love to hear from you so stop by!
This recipe originally came from the NY Times
about 25 years ago. I have adapted
it to be lower fat (less butter/oil) and it comes out just fine.
1 TBL butter
1 TBL olive oil
1 small onion, chopped
1 cup Arborio rice
3 cups chicken broth
Place butter and olive oil in microwave safe dish
and microwave two minutes. Add
onion and rice and microwave two more minutes. Add chicken broth and microwave 9
Microwave another 9 minutes. Let stand for approximately 5 minutes. Stir in plenty of parmesan and
Along with the onion, I also add some sliced
mushroom and some diced ham or Canadian bacon. Continue with main recipe.
When it’s done, I usually also add a handful of frozen peas (they will
thaw in the hot dish). Or, add the
fixings from your favorite recipe and follow directions
I'm being interviewed today at http://www.omnimysterynews.com/ and they challenged me to come up with a "top 5". Since my Gourmet De-Lite series revolves around food, I thought the list ought to be food oriented. Stop by with suggestions to add to the list!
Giveaway & Blog at Dru Ann Love's
I'm blogging today at Dru Ann Love's about a day in the life of Gigi Fitzgerald when Detective Bill Mertz gets a hands on <g> cooking lesson! Thanks to Penguin Publishing, Dru Ann is giving away one copy of STEAMED TO DEATH to a random commenter. Con