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Amanda Goes to Las Vegas
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Released: October 2015
This book is dedicated to love, family and marriage - and to a happily ever after.
About the Author
"The day my manuscript was made it into a book, I took a trip to a local bookstore. I stood there looking at all of the books in front of me and said to myself, "You can officially call yourself an author!" I want to be one of the best writers there ever was for my sake and for those people that read and enjoy my books. I want people to come back again and again to read my books because there is something there that is meaningful to them. I want my work to touch the readers' heart in some way."
Nancy Dick is a graduate from Ball State University, in Indiana, with a degree in writing: journalism. And, she has a bachelors and masters degree in sociology from BSU as well. She also has a degree in art from Thomas Edison State College in New Jersey, just outside New York City. She has also been in the publications Powerlines of Rev. Robert Schuller. She graduated from high school from a parochial school: Nativity Of Our Lord in Michigan. Any religious reference in this book would come from that time and experience. Likewise, she has been an avid gardener since childhood which gave her a wide range of experience with the life of nature and gardening to reference this book: Amanda Goes To Las Vegas. She spent many years living in or near farming communities in Indiana where the popular yellow and green John Deere tractor dotted the landscapes as farmers plowed their farm fields.
Nancy's Chili Recipe
- 1 green pepper, chopped
- 1 can of tomato pieces (add more if needed for more tomato taste)
- 1 tablespoon of chili powder (add more for spicier flavor)
- 1 can of kidney beans (can use 2 cans of beans also)
- 1 1/2 pounds of ground hamburger, cooked
- 1 yellow onion, minced
- 1 large can of tomato juice
Cook the hamburger, onions, and green pepper together in the skillet until all the hamburger is browned. Stir frequently.
Drain and put the ingredients in a large soup pot. Pour in a can of kidney beans including sauce from the can and the can of tomato pieces. Stir ingredients together.
Pour tomato juice in enough to cover ingredients and how liquidly you want the chili. Stir together.
Pour in one tablespoon of chili powder. Stir together.
Cover the pot. Cook over low heat until warm enough to serve. Serves 4.
NOTE: You can increase the number of servings per recipe to use for fundraising events such as church functions by increasing the size of the recipe by multiplying the ingredients by how many guests you are serving.
-from the novel, Amanda Goes to Las Vegas REVISED EDITION, by author, Nancy Dick