#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for February, 2011

Lasagna Report

My slow cooker lasagna turned out beautifully–I tasted it last night, but this dish, like many others, is always better the second day. I followed the recipe in my ‘Fix It and Forget It Big Cookbook’, but I did give it a few little tweaks—I added a carton of ricotta cheese and an extra pound of hamburger, browned with onions, even though they weren’t on the ingredient list. I never cook anything savory without onions. :) Anyway, you know how I love to experiment and, to be honest, it doesn’t always work. It’s gratifying when it does.

After today, I will

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Lasagna Day

After I write this blog, and before I sit down to my computer to get my characters out of the fine mess I’ve already gotten them into, I’ll get a batch of slow-cooker lasagna going. This is a fun and easy process–except that the beagle begs, big-time, whenever I brown hamburger. :) (Or any other kind of meat). And a begging beagle is a hard critter to refuse.

What about all those new planets they’ve just discovered? How have we managed to miss them for all this time? :) And while I’m asking all these questions, does this mean I’m not a

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.

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