does a day go by that blueberries don’t find their way onto my plate or bowl. I
usually have them for breakfast with my oatmeal, or when I’m in a hurry, I toss
down a handful right out of the container. Blueberries often satisfy my sweet
tooth after dinner. My favorite deli here in town offers fresh baked blueberry
muffins daily. Although I watch my pastry consumption, I treat myself to one of
these delights every now and then. I don’t often bake with blueberries, but
when I read Judy Penz Sheluk’s recipe for Lemon Blueberry Pudding Cake, I had
to give it a try.
is a mystery writer and contributor to Bake,
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Her recipe is not
only quick and easy, Judy also shares a trick to keep the berry suspended
through the cake instead of all sinking to the bottom. The prep time takes less
than ten minutes. It bakes up in less than an hour and once cooled, all that’s
left to do in mix up and spread the glaze over the cake.
Her advice for a lasting, loving relationship? Simple: trust and respect. Writing advice: even easier: Exercise your writing muscle every day.
Check out Judy’s debut mystery
novel, The Hanged Man’s Noose
. It is
scheduled for publication in July 2015 by Barking Rain Press. Two of her short mystery
stories are included in the recently released crime
fiction anthologies, World Enough and
(Carrick Publishing) and The Whole
(Toronto Sisters in Crime).
To read more, here is Judy's website:
her less mysterious pursuits, Judy works as a freelance writer, specializing in
art, antiques and the residential housing industry; her articles have appeared
regularly in dozens of U.S. and Canadian consumer and trade publications. She
is currently the Editor of Home BUILDER
Magazine, and the Senior Editor for New
England Antiques Journal.
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