Saturday, January 12, 2008

Cozy up With a Cozy: Review Five--Murder by Mushroom by Virginia Smith (And our Second Giveaway!)


We're not quite as chilly as we were, but we're still not warm enough in Northern California for me! So, here's another cozy to curl up with...and one of my all time favorites! In fact, I reviewed it several months ago: click here to read my review.

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Want to win a copy? Leave me a comment, and if you're really brave, your favorite potluck recipe...just nothing with mushrooms, okay??

Happy Reading!



Sandy M said...

Sounds like an awesome book. You have a cool blog. Here is a recipe that Debbie McComber put on her website of mine.


1 box Duncan Hines butter cake mix
11 oz. can mandarin oranges and juice
4 eggs
1/2 c. oil
3 oz. pkg. instant vanilla pudding
20 oz. can crushed pineapple and juice
8 oz. pkg. Cool Whip
CAKE: Beat all ingredients together including the juice from the canned mandarin oranges. Pour into three 8 inch pans. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes.
FILLING/ICING: Beat together all ingredients and frost. Keep in refrigerator. This is an excellent "lite" dessert if you use lowfat or fat free products.

Bebemiqui said...

You can't go wrong taking deviled eggs to a potluck. Count me in!

dodo said...

Love having chicken parmesan at a potluck. Easy to make, but very good!

windycindy said...

Hello! I love this book. Please enter me in your fantastic contest. Have you ever had "White Chili?" If you are interested, please let me know. I will post it for you. Thanks,Cindi

Angela said...

I would love to win a copy

I blogged you too

Erz said...

Count me in! Thanks!

aztekh [at]

Anonymous said...

Mmmm, I usually bring my ravioli lasagna. Cooked ravioli (usually cheese, in order to appease the vegetarians) layered with tomato sauce and cheese & spinach blend (ricotta, parmesan, mozzarella, chopped spinach and one beaten egg). Bake for 35 min @ 400. Always the first to go! It's labor intensive but a HUGE family fave. Though for Halloween potlucks, I like to bring deviled eggs, with horns and tail cut from red peppers.

Kim said...

I'm a fan of Virginia Smith! Please sign me up for the give away!

kimfurd at hotmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I'm liking that mandarin Orange cake recipe that sandy posted. I don't have a great easy recipe, but I'd still like to be entered for the book. Thanks!

bison61 said...

please enter me in the book contest - my favorite potluck recipe, is fried chicken legs. children like them

fyjules said...

I up for a good book, sorry no pot luck recipe.

noreen said...

good book, sorry no recipe