#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


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 have four more chapters to write to complete “The Creed Legacy”. The project has been a tremendous challenge–and, at the same time, one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. I’ll be working through the weekend, but pacing myself. I’m definitely on the mend, but that last bout of flu took a toll for sure. Unless we get another blizzard, I’ll take a few walks around the pasture.

If you’re a football fan, unlike me, enjoy the big game. :)

I hope you’re warm and safe as you read this. This has been a tough winter, I know, and seems it will never end. (Trust me, I’ve been there.) Remember that Spring is well on its way–the days have been getting longer since December 21.

This too shall pass.

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