My Amazon Author Page

An amazing Amazon discovery today - Amazon provides resources to help authors promote their work so here is my new Amazon author page!

http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00767K3U2

It features my upcoming "Garlic Talk" at the Dunedin Florida Public Library on March 27th at 7PM!

The "Garlic Talk" is an informative evening that is sure to fill the senses. We'll smell garlic, taste garlic, see parts of a 1980's garlic movie entitled "Garlic is as Good as Ten Mothers", zip through a slide set of my amazing summer of 2011 garlic adventure, and you'll also get to sit through me performing "The Garlic Waltz" on my fiddle along with Rutthy Taubb!

Order the book ahead of time on Amazon to learn more about the song - everything you need to know about garlic is in the lyrics in one mighty fine tune. Bring your book with you and I'll sign it, of course, but be sure to bone up on the words to the "The Garlic Waltz" so you can help me out!

:o)

iPhone Hummus App - A garlicky gift I made just for you!

In celebration of my book, A Miscellany of Garlic, here's an iPhone-only garlickly giveaway app just for you.

If you don't have an iphone, this link will take you nowhere except back to the foodhistorian.com home page.

If you are are an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, going here: http://www.foodhistorian.com/giveaways/index.html will let you preview and download the app!

Free Diabetic Holiday Recipe Book! Click thru it!

Here's an offer for a free diabetic cookbook geared towards the holidays. HO HO HO - great idea!

http://holidayrecipebasic.diabeticconnect.com/?vendor_hash=c060dc7159f95...

It's a holiday gift to you from Diabetic Connect and this year they've added even more festive favorites!

- More than 60 delicious, low-carb recipes
- Ideal for Christmas, New Year's, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and all of your holiday entertaining
- Mouth-watering meals, appetizers, snacks, breads, treats, and more

Enjoy!

My Fiddle Hero Kathy shares her Grandma's Christmas Dinner

Grandma's Christmas Dinner
by Kathy Vandemortel

“Mangia! I make-a just-a for you!”

Do I wish I could hear Grandma say those words again!

I never realized how one could express love of family and friends through cooking for them and feeding them until I made a holiday meal just like Grandma’s last Christmas. It sure is a labor of love!

Kathy is my fiddle hero (she says I'm her garlic hero! :o) ) and click below to visit "Plugged In". It is a great spot sponsored by Kodak. Plugged In is a place for ideas and knowledge sharing from the people of Kodak about technology.

http://pluggedin.kodak.com/pluggedin/post/?id=713116

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