#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


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Yesterday I included a twitter address, and today I changed it. Those of you who already signed up will be transferred over, so no worries, but for everyone else it’s: www.twitter.com/lindalaelmiller

I mostly tweet about cooking, and from my cell phone. It’s a lot of fun.

I have yet to figure out Facebook, but never fear, I’m on it.

I worked all weekend, though my sister and brother in law and their friends were here for reheated Baked Spaghetti. It was a big hit! (I think.) I made another batch of Boeuf Bour. (I can’t spell it) between pages last night, and although it’s delicious, I added too much tomato paste and that changed the lovely chianti taste. We live, we learn.

As soon as Sadie leaves for her exercise day–those brown eyes are harder to ignore when there’s beef stew around–I’ll bring the pot out and let it simmer on the stove.

We’ve had a lot of rain here lately, but now we’re in for more heat.

Got to water the tomatoes and let in the cats.

Tomorrow.

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