Here at Entangled, we like to read.
(Bet you would never have guessed that.)
So we also love quick-n-easy recipes that free up more time for us to indulge in our favorite past time.
Each week we’re sharing some of our favorite recipes to help you find a few extra minutes in your day to enjoy your next favorite book!
This week a special guest:
Blintz Soufflé with Robbie Terman
Who tried it: Robbie Terman, author of Some Like it Sinful
Why she likes it:
In Some Like It Sinful, my heroine, Chloe Nelson, is a talented pastry chef. While I can whip up a pretty good meal, baking has never been my strong suit. But there is one sweet dish I make that is a crowd pleaser. While I typically make it for a decadent brunch, I’ve also found it makes a great dinner!
2 pkg. Frozen Blintzes
¼ lb. Butter
4 Eggs, well beaten
1 ½ cups Sour Cream
¼ cup Sugar
½ tsp. Salt
1 Tbs. Vanilla
1 Tbs. Orange Juice (optional)
Melt butter in 2 quart casserole dish and place blintzes over butter in one layer. Blend other ingredients with well-beaten eggs and pour over blintzes.
Bake 45 minutes in 350 degree oven, or until top starts to brown.
With all that extra time not spent in the kitchen, what’s Robbie currently reading?
I have a bit of an obsession with reading chefs’ memoirs or fiction about restaurants and food. I saw that Sweetbitter by Stephanie Danler was recently made into a TV series, so I downloaded the book to read before I watch the show. Unlike many of the books I’ve read, Sweetbitter is about a fictional restaurant’s front-of-the-house rather than exclusively the kitchen. But there are still the crazy tales you’d expect when reading about a New York City restaurant!
Get Some Like it Sinful by Robbie Terman for FREE!
Their attraction is sinfully delicious…
A struggling business and one act of vandalism may have brought them together, but bakery owner Chloe Nelson and professional hockey player Griffin Lange get along like chocolate and pickles. Chloe needs the famous (and famously unattached) Griffin to attract people to her pastries, and Griffin needs the curvaceous and fiery Chloe to keep him out of trouble. A fake relationship to keep the media interested seems like the perfect plan.
But when temptation throws them into bed together, a new plan arises. Why not make the fake real? Griffin’s winning every home game, and Chloe’s business has never been better. Both know it’s only physical—and only temporary. But can they drop their defenses for love, even if it means getting a little bit sinful?
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