Archive for September 2010

Hot Tomatoes

Hot Tomatoes

On Tuesday, we picked up our share from our amazing CSA, Sisters Hill Farm, which included five pounds of tomatoes. Combined with the ten (tomatoes, not pounds) from our own garden, we are definitely long tomatoes. For a tomato-loving family like ours, this is not a bad thing. I’ve … More

Tar Heel Tour Giveaway!

Tar Heel Tour Giveaway!

In honor of my Tar Heel Tour (that’s North Carolina, for all you Yanks), I’m giving away a copy of North Carolina author extraordinaire Nicholas Sparks’ latest novel, Safe Haven. Sparks has written 15 , count ’em, 15 novels, and I’d guess that almost as many, if not all, have … More

Georgia's Kitchen

Georgia Hits The Road

This week (September 21 – 25), I’m doing a mini book tour through North Carolina, with readings and events in four Tar Heel cities. First up is a visit to my old stomping grounds in Winston Salem. Way back when, I was an undergrad at Wake Forest University (Go, Deacs!) … More

Georgia's Kitchen

Prosecco and Prose

Calling all Hudson Valley-ites: Come join me tonight at 7:30 pm at Oblong Books in Rhinebeck (yes, the site of Chelsea’s wedding) as I read from Georgia’s Kitchen. We’ll be serving prosecco and vino and other refreshments. Should be a fun night!… More

New Book Giveaway!

New Book Giveaway!

This week, I’m giving away the hilarious and moving I Feel Bad About My Neck by the equally hilarious (and moving) Nora Ephron. Let me just come right out and say that I pretty much worship Nora Ephron. Why? Because she’s clever, quick, insightful, honest, hilarious (did I already say … More

Mussels, Lobster and Halibut, Oh My!

Mussels, Lobster and Halibut, Oh My!

Nova Scotia in early September is a lovely place to be. The days are warm, the nights are cool, the fields are green and and dotted with haystacks out of a Monet painting and seem to go on forever. Meandering country roads are free of traffic, and it’s quite possible … More

 New Book Giveaway!

New Book Giveaway!

This week, I’m giving away a copy of the talented Jane Porter’s She’s Gone Country. Jane was kind enough to blurb Georgia’s Kitchen, and I can’t wait to read her latest. To enter, all you have to do is “like” Georgia’s Kitchen on Facebook and leave a comment and you … More