Hi, guys. I’m happy to announce that today I’m “visiting” my friend and fellow writer, Joan Hall, over at her website. We discuss writing, Bleeding Heart, and every Italian’s favorite subject—food. I hope you take a moment and come see what’s going on.

Click here to see the post at Joan Hall Writes.

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    • I love eggplant. I also often order it at Italian restaurants, usually because I don’t make it often at home (the family aren’t fans). There’s also an eggplant dish at a Chinese restaurant that I’ve become quite fond of. I wish more people would give it a chance; it’s an under-appreciated food.

    • Eggplant might be my favorite “vegetable” (because technically it’s a fruit… or it might be a berry; I can’t remember). I can’t believe, given your penchant for gardening, that there’s a vegetable you don’t like! It’s good with zucchini, too. But I think you’ll have to roast the zucchini little longer, especially if it’s a bigger one.

      Glad to hear you’re enjoying Bleeding Heart. I’d love to know what you think once you’ve finished it.

  1. That was a fun post, and I loved the recipe. I copied it down and am going to give it a try. What I remember most about growing up Italian was family around the table with lots of good conversation and laughter. Thanks for the smile and congrats on the book! 🙂

    • That’s pretty much my childhood, too. I even use the phrase, “love and laughter, food and fun” in some of my bios (when I discuss family life). You’ll have to let me know what you think of the eggplant. And thanks for the well-wishes on the novel!

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