Sharing Books and Authors, with an emphasis on Mysteries.
I do not come from Ohio, but having gone to Gettysburg College I know several from Ohio and have heard the wonderful rants for these tasty morsels.Thank you for introducing me to Mystery Lovers' Kitchen. Somehow they have slipped past my radar, but I will now be a faithful follower!
As I posted there, combine peanut butter and chocolate and you have won my heart!
You're welcome, Molly. My sister said the same thing - that she marked Mystery Lovers' Kitchen so she could go back there.
Well, thank you, Caite! I'm glad I won your heart!
This is the best looking candy I've seen in a long time. And it doesn't look too hard to make! I'm excited. :)Elizabeth/Riley
If I can make it, Elizabeth, anyone can. The dipping chocolate makes it particularly easy.
And I am Lesa's husband who is lucky enough to get them all year long! :-) And any book that I want! I am reading Dan Brown's "The Lost Symbol!"Love you honey,Jim xoxo
Now, you're trying to make people jealous by saying you get them all year long. (grin) Anytime, Jim, anytime.Love you!
Lesa, in a post (for Jen and Corey) last month, I learned a small bit about Ohio. And I came upon this tidbit: You know you're from Ohio if...You know what a buckeye really is, and have a recipe for candy ones.All I can say is this (from a native left coaster). Folk from Ohio are genuinely cool. Thanks for this, Lesa.
I never thought of people from Ohio as being cool! Thank you! I just thought, people from Ohio are usually "nice".I love your Ohio quote, Le)pard13. That's so true!
Post a Comment