It’s Margie Johnson, the owner of the Hot Dish Heaven Café, up north in the Red River Valley. I’ve decided to be high-tech and send an electronic Christmas letter this year, so here goes— Winter is on its way, yah, ya betcha. And my new husband, John Deere—yah, that’s his real name, yet the local […]
A lady at the Olympics asked Ole, “Are you a pole vaulter?” Very offended, Ole replied, “No I’m Norwegian, and my name ain’t Valter.” Submitted by Julie Lindegard
Like most Norwegians, Ole, a professional fisherman, was pretty dang frugal. But when his wife, Lena, passed away, he reckoned he better put an obituary in the paper. So after fishin’ one day, he went on down there to the newspaper office and told the editor to write that Lena had died. Well, the editor […]
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!
This Wednesday Jeanne was interviewed by Jim Maurice for the WJON radio program News @ Noon. You can listen to the interview on WJON’s site here. In the interview, Jeanne explains where the recipes in the book came from and how the book came to be.
In the October 22nd issue of the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Jeanne talks about her plans for continuing work on the Hot Dish Heaven series after her retirement from the U.S. attorney’s office in Minneapolis, as well as some of the highlights of her 28 plus year career as its director of community relations. Read the […]
Laura Yuen interviews Jeanne about her upcoming retirement, the writing of “Hot Dish Heaven: A Murder Mystery with Recipes,” and future plans. Read the full article on MPR’s site here.
One day, Ole was driving along, when he got hit by a truck. He sued. And, in court, the truck driver’s lawyer questioned his claim. “Ole, didn’t you say to the state tropper at the time of the accident that you were fine?” Ole replied, “Well, I’ll tell ya what happened dare. See, I’d just […]
Keeping Good Company Hot Dish Heaven was included in MPR’s list of 16 Minnesota murder mysteries. Jeanne is pleased to be keeping good company with these Minnesota authors!