Julie Hyzy on the release of Grace Interrupted, the second in her Manor House Mystery series.
Click here to read a review from
the Chicago Sun-Times
Click here to order the book.
Click here to visit Julie's blog and
learn how you can attend her book launch party!
from A Criminal Element.
Scroll down to the end of this post
to learn how to enter her contest!
Riley Adams (aka Elizabeth Spann Craig)
on the release of Finger Lickin' Dead,
the 2nd book in her Memphis BBQ Mystery series.
Click here to read a review of Finger Lickin' Dead from Mason Canyon's Thoughts in Progress. Click here to read Diane's review at the Book Resort.
Click here to purchase the book.
Click here to enter Riley's contest!
And now to food.
I like easy. I'm pretty sure you all know that by now. I shared today's recipe in LOST AND FONDUE and I absolutely love it. People are getting ready for graduations, vacations, father's day, summer. Little morsels can be a perfect snack or enhance a meal or a party.
As you also know, I'm always trying to find a way to use cheese creatively. Havarti (a semi-soft Danish cow's milk cheese) has the texture of a Monterey Jack, so it skewers well. It tastes wonderful with meat. It tastes delicious drizzled with honey. So I put all three together (substituting the honey with honeydew). Delish.
Tidbit: Havarti has a buttery aroma and has teensy little holes -- not quite Swiss but airy. When left at room temperature, it softens quickly. It melts like a dream. It was named after the farm where it was created, north of Copenhagen: Havarthigaard.