Hello, again! It’s Margie Johnson, the owner of the Hot Dish Heaven Café, with more news from the Red River Valley of Northwestern Minnesota.
I just got home from visitin’ my aunt Henrietta, don’t ya know. We moved her into the nursin’ home a few weeks ago, after it became clear she couldn’t stay at home, even though Hester, her sister, lives with her.
"A Potluck of Murder and Recipes is another terrific and original mystery from the pen of Jeanne Cooney and once again documents her complete mastery of the genre. Certain to be an enduring and popular addition to community library Mystery/Suspense collections, "A Potluck of Murder and Recipes" is a riveting and consistently compelling title for the personal reading lists of dedicated mystery buffs." Midwest Book Review, Volume 26, Number 6 - June 2016
Yes, you read that right! Snicker Salad!
Try Hestor’s delicious cherry dessert.
A Potluck of Murder and Recipes has "a well-crafted mystery plot with people you'll root for . . . Cooney weaves in tempting food references, humor, insights, romance, and tension as the story builds to a frightful, surprising climax." Christine Husom, author of the Winnebago County Mysteries and the Snow Globe Shop Mysteries
Jeanne stopped by the KARE Barn to discuss her book and share a few recipes; everybody's favorite, Tater-Tot Hot Dish, and Snicker Salad. Yes, you read that right, Snicker Salad!
Folks are loving A Second Helping of Murder and Recipes. The wife of this fan says, "He won't put it down. Good thing we have two bathrooms." Anonymous, wife of a reader
A lady at the Olympics asked Ole, "Are you a pole vaulter?"
Hot dish for those looking to try something a little more "exotic."