Posted on October 25, 2016 - by

Advice for Book Clubs

LUCY BURDETTE: I do so love introducing readers and book groups to my Key West series. Earlier this fall, I received an email from a Connecticut acquaintance. She told me that her book group was reading AN APPETITE FOR MURDER and wondered if I could “visit” by Face Time? Of course I could! I was […]

Posted on October 18, 2016 - by

Shrinks in Books and Movies

Recently I read a book of essays called “true confessions from both sides of the therapy couch”–and this got me thinking about how I started in this writing business to begin with. And part of it was my dismay at the way shrinks have been portrayed in books and movies. Often we were shown as […]

French Vegetable Soup with Pistou #recipe

This recipe is based on one from the fabulous David Lebovitz‘s newsletter. If you like reading about Paris and French food, I recommend you subscribe. He was a chef at Alice Water’s restaurant Chez Panisse in Berkeley, but many years ago moved to Paris and is excellent at translating French ways to Americans. Lucy with […]

Grilled Shrimp and Peaches for a Crowd

LUCY BURDETTE: I know I’ve mentioned my supper club on this blog here in the past–we are six couples who try to get together 3 to 5 times a year for dinner and chatter. The hostess (and host) are responsible for the main course and the table setting, and each of the other couples brings […]

Blueberry Zucchini Bread #recipe

  John has batting practice   We’ve had a zucchini extravaganza in our garden this summer. As my friend Gina says, tis the season where people lock their garage doors and car doors to prevent gardeners from leaving baseball bat-sized zukes on the premises… But in case this happens to you, here’s a yummy recipe […]

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