Monday, 22 July 2013
Guest Post: Summer Snacking with Nancy DiMauro...
It’s one of my favorite recipes and I hope you like it too.
Soy Sauce ½ cup
Oil ¼ cup
Meat Tenderizer/ Accent 1 tbsp.
Dry Mustard 1 tbsp.
Lemon Juice ¼ cup
Molasses 1 tbsp.
Crushed Garlic ¼ tbsp.*
Chicken Wings 2-4 lbs
* I always use more garlic than the recipe calls for. So if you like garlic, don’t hesitate to use more.
Mix all ingredients, cover, marinate at least overnight, and stir occasionally.
Preheat oven to 350°F Place chicken wings on foiled and greased cookie sheet.
Cook for 50-60 minutes and baste occasionally.
If you want something cool and smooth to go down with it, try this Cranberry Martini recipe from my second mom, Phyllis Hussey.
Vodka 1 shot
Cranberry Juice 2 shots
Lime juice to taste – about ½ tsp.
Shaken not stirred.
That’s it - enjoy. Now relax. Nibble on these yummy wings while you sip a marvelous martini and read a little from Shots at Redemption my latest speculative fiction.
Sometimes even mythical beings need a second chance at love.
We all make mistakes. In this collection, a witch, a goddess, and a dragon each have a second chance at reclaiming lost love.
In "Best Dressed and Obsessed, Janelle, a graduate-level witch, chooses a magic dress to enthrall her professor. Sadly, the dress is cursed. At her graduation ball, will she kiss the man she loves? Or kill him?
Eons ago, Zeus decreed that Odysseus leave Kalypso. In "Kalypso's Song", Odysseus is reborn as a scholar. Can Kalypso convince him to reclaim the love they were denied? The sea dragon Ryu spares a ship crossing her domain when a human child aboard reminds her of her own lost children. Ryu finds an unlikely surrogate family in "A Sea Serpent's Tale". When her new family is attacked by another dragon, can Ryu save them?
Shots at Redemption. Even supernatural creatures want them. But, do they get them?
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