Fiction Diner

Fiction Diner Chat

A Quick Update: I had started the Fiction Diner series as a way to document and share recipes as I challenged myself to try a new recipe every week of 2017. While I’m having loads of fun cooking up new food and sharing the results with you, I just don’t have the time to keep up with the blog series right now.
Besides trying to wrap up edits and publish my 3rd novel, finish the 1st draft of 4th novel, plot 3 additional novels, I also have 2 birthday parties and a wedding to provide cake for, a teenager in football and youth for the first time, 3 other active children, and a laundry pile–much like my reading pile–that never disappears. Lol
Needless to say, the additional work of the weekly Fiction Diner series is an added stress that I don’t need.

New Plans: However, I plan to bring it back later in the year. But it’ll most likely return as an occasional post instead of a weekly post.

FOOD CHAT!!!: But I didn’t just bring you here to listen to me whine about my workload, let’s talk food!!
Name a recipe that you’ve always wanted to try to make but haven’t done it yet?
How about a recipe that you’ve always wanted to master, but have been unsuccessful at so far?
As for me, I’ve always wanted to try to make Fried Ice Cream. Those words don’t even belong together so it MUST be good. Lol
And I’ve always wanted to master pie crust and biscuits, but so far my attempts aren’t worth bragging over.

Book Quote: It wouldn’t be Fiction Diner without a quote from a fiction novel. Enjoy this lovely graphic and beautiful words from Katie Ganshert’s latest release, Life After. 


2 thoughts on “Fiction Diner Chat”

  1. I’ve always wanted to make my Granny’s chocolate pie but I’ve never got up the nerve to do it! Since she passed away, my mom always makes it for the holidays, and my sister has told me it’s my responsibility to learn how to make it for when my mom is unable to do it any longer. I did film my mom last Christmas and posted it on YouTube so I will be able to watch the video and hopefully recreate it, although I know it will never taste exactly the same. Here’s the link, I have 40 views on it!

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