Charmageddon

It was another busy week in 3 book girl land. We took a break from our search for the elusive tp and recorded a fun filled (and slightly inappropriate) podcast. Don’t worry, we practiced social distancing while recording. We also are trying a new way to talk books. Friday at 7pm join our 3 Book Girl Tribe Zoom conversation. Remember, its not drinking alone if you’re part of a video chat!!

 

Cancellations

We are sad to announce that we are canceling our live event for March 28th. May we suggest some great virus based apocalyptic reads such as The Girl With all the Gifts by MR Carey, or The Stand by Stephen King?  We still plan on recording our podcast as normal so you will have something to laugh at as you lay on your mattress of toilet paper eating Ramon Noodles and cereal. ( This is based on the empty shelves I experienced last night).

 

Vonnie’s Meaty Balls

For anyone who listened to the last episode and was curious about my sausage balls it’s really simple.  I use either Blue Gold or JC Potter sausage.  If it’s JC Potter, one pound hot, one pound regular. Also, I always use freshly grated cheese, it mixes better. Just a warning, it’s a bitch to mix together.  I’ve heard a stand mixer works pretty well.  Generally I mix it with a meat chopper spatula or my hands. Here is the recipe.

2 pounds sausage

8oz cheddar cheese

2 cups Bisquick, or other baking mix

splash of milk if mix is to dry and won’t combine

Preheat oven to 400

Roll into balls (a small cookie scoop comes in handy for evenness and sizing) and place onto a cookie sheet. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes depending on the size of your balls.

Back In The Saddle Again

Sorry to everyone for our long pause on updates.  The Holidays are over and we are getting back into the swing of things.  Our January live event/book club was a blast.  Thank you to everyone who came out to talk books with us.  Our next live event/book club will be March 28th and our book club pic is The Power by Naomi Alderman. Come out and discuss your thought.  It should be an interesting discussion.