Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Elle Cosimano Cooks Her Own Dare!

Man this post is gonna make you soooooo hungry! You've been warned! Today I have the pleasure of introducing Elle Cosimano to the blog today where we dared her to teach us how to cook a food item that is featured in her book. This dare comes by the fabulous Caroline Richmond, thanks Caroline for an awesome dare! And let me tell you, Elle rose beautifully to the challenge! I've watched it several times just so I could drool over the food.

Bio: Elle grew up in the Washington DC suburbs, the daughter of a prison warden and an elementary school teacher who rides a Harley. She majored in Psychology at St Mary’s College of Maryland, and set aside a successful real-estate career to pursue writing. Sometimes she writes in a tree house overlooking the Caribbean Sea. The rest of the time, she finds inspiration with her husband and two young sons near their home in rural Virginia. Her debut YA thriller, DEAD BLUE, will release in Fall 2013 from Dial/Penguin Books for Young Readers.

She blogs here, twitters here, and facebooks here. Now you can go stalk her!





10 comments:

  1. As this vlog is posting, I am scrambling luggage and children into the car and heading for the airport. I'll be traveling all day, and I'm looking forward to arriving in Mexico tonight. Hmmm. Wonder what's for dinner?

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    1. Elle! This vlog was fantastic. Thank you for sharing the recipe! (And how it came to be in your debut!) Good luck with the travels today :)

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  2. I've got a lot of cooking going down in my little old Devil book, too. My characters eat a lot of tomatoes--I'm allergic and I work out my tomato food fantasies through fiction. This vlog rocked, Elle. Would you consider starting a YA author cooking blog? I'll be your biggest fan...

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    1. Me too! Me too!!! Man that was so awesome! I wish we had smellovision! I want to eat that!!!

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  3. Wow, I'm freaking hungry now! Thanks for sharing, Elle--I love how you connected delicious stew with DEAD BLUE! Oh, and I third the request for a YA author cooking blog!!!

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