A native of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Pamela S. Meyers currently lives in Arlington Heights, Ill. She served on the Operating Board for ACFW 2005-2009, and is president of her local ACFW chapter. Her debut novel Thyme for Love released November 14, 2011, and her historical that is set in her hometown, Love Finds You in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, will release in August 2012. She has published articles in Today’s Christian Woman, Christian Computing, Victory in Grace, and Ancestry. She is also a contributor in the compilation book, His Forever. Visit Pamela's website.
Thyme for Love
by Pamela S Meyers
April Love has always dreamed of being a chef. But she didn’t expect her former fiancé
or murder to be part of the recipe for her new job.
When April Love signs on to be an in-house chef at an old lakeshore mansion in Canoga Lake, Wisconsin, she comes face to face with her long-lost love, the drop-dead gorgeous Marc Thorne. It doesn’t take long for their old magnetism to recharge, but how can she trust the guy who left her nearly at the altar eight years earlier? Her gut tells her something happened to Marc in between—something he’s reluctant to reveal.
When April’s boss is murdered, Marc is accused of the crime. Unless April can find out who really killed Ramón Galvez, her chances for love will end up at the county jail. But someone else is just as determined she not solve the mystery…and will go to any length to stop her. Purchase this book.
Pamela's Chicken George:
As prepared by April Love in Thyme for Love
Extra virgin olive oil
10 oz. Sliced Baby Bella mushrooms
One medium chopped onion
1-1/4 cup sour cream (can use nonfat or low-fat)
1-1/4 cup low sodium chicken broth
½ cup regular sherry (not cooking sherry)
6 boneless chicken breasts
8 oz. sliced Swiss cheese
8 oz. herb stuffing mix (or make your own dry seasoned bread for stuffing)
¾ cup butter (can use margarine or healthy spread such as Smart Balance)
Set oven for 350 degrees.Sauté sliced baby bellas and chopped onion in olive oil. In medium bowl blend sour cream and chicken broth with either a handheld electric blender or mixer until smooth. Add sautéed mushrooms and onions, along with the sherry, and mix together. Arrange chicken breasts on bottom of 9 x 13 inch pan. Layer the cheese slices over the chicken. Pour mushroom, onion and sherry mixture over the chicken. Mix herb stuffy with the butter or margarine and drop in large spoonfuls over the layers. Cover and bake at 350 degrees for one hour. Remove cover and bake an additional half hour. 6 servings.