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Terri Reed's Onion Pasta

Award winning multi-published author Terri Reed discovered the wonderful world of fiction at an early age and declared she would one day write a book. Now she is fulfilling that dream writing full-time. Her romance and romantic suspense novels have appeared on Publisher’s Weekly top 25, Nielsen’s Bookscan top 100 and featured in USA Today, Christian Fiction Magazine and Romantic Times Magazine. Her books have finaled in Romance Writers of America’s RITA contest, National Reader’s Choice Award contest and American Christian Fiction Writers The Carol Award contest. She resides in the Pacific Northwest with her college-sweetheart husband, two wonderful children, and an array of critters. When not writing, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, gardening and playing tennis. Visit her online at

Terri's Latest Book Release: Duty Bound Guardian 

When a priceless artifact is stolen, museum curator Lana Gomez becomes the prime suspect. How can she hope to adopt her orphaned nephew if she's a person of interest in a crime? Cooperating with Capitol K-9 Unit officer Adam Donovan doesn't get her very far—the handsome cop thinks she's hiding something. But when the real thief returns set on silencing Lana, it is Adam and his Doberman pinscher, Ace, who become her only defense against a madman who wants nothing more than to see Lana eliminated.

Capitol K-9 Unit: These lawmen solve the toughest cases with the help of their brave canine partners. Purchase the book HERE. 

Terri's Recipe for Onion Pasta

3-4 large sweet white onions (Vidalia or Mayan work best) chopped in small chunks (diced is too small)
¼ to 1/2 cup Olive oil (enough to coat the onions)
12-16 oz favorite pasta
1/8-1/4 teaspoon of crushed red pepper (this is to taste so start with the smaller amount and work up)
dash of salt

Boil pasta per package instructions. Caramelize onions in a large frying by heating the olive oil on medium. When hot, add chopped onions, crushed red pepper and salt to fry in pan, stirring occasionally to get both sides of onion pieces cooked. Watch closely because the onion can go from caramelized to burnt quickly. When it looks like most of the onion pieces are browned but still moist remove from heat. Pour onion over cooked pasta and toss.

Serve with shredded/grated Parmesan cheese.

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