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We're in for a treat with our guest today. Edith Maxwell is a former organic farmer, and she is sharing a wonderfully fresh and healthy recipe with us as well as a special giveaway. (See more at the end of this post.)
Edith is also sharing news about her upcoming release, 'Til Dirt Do Us Part, the second entry in her Local Foods Mystery series.
Now take it away, Edith!
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in Hustontown, PA. Used with permission.
Jake makes this dish for Cam in the last scene in the book, which will be out May 27 from Kensington Publishing. If you think you don’t like Brussels sprouts, you might change your mind after you fix this recipe. (The leaves are delicious, too, but that’s another recipe.)
in White Wine Reduction
from Edith Maxwell
In a heavy casserole with a tight lid, heat the olive oil and butter over medium-high heat.
Add the wine to deglaze the pan. Cook 5 more minutes, stirring occasionally.
To serve as a casserole, cook brown rice or couscous, spread it in an oven-proof serving dish, top with the finished recipe, grate fresh Parmesan or Romano on top, and warm in the oven for fifteen minutes.
|Author Edith Maxwell|
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Edith is the mother of two adults sons, both excellent cooks, writers, and supporters of their mother's books, and one of whom is now a farmer and served as Edith's chicken consultant in 'Til Dirt Do Us Part.
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second book in her series,
will be out on May 27, and is