Join New York Times bestselling author Larissa Ione, and USA Today bestselling Southern food expert Suzanne M. Johnson as they guide you through their favorite Demonica world inspired food and drink recipes. And don’t forget to spend some time learning a little bit more about the private lives of your favorite characters in all new snippets and short stories! Brought to you by 1,001 Dark Nights, DINING WITH ANGELS is now available! Grab your copy today!
About DINING WITH ANGELS:
In a world where humans and supernatural beings coexist — not always peacefully — three things can bring everyone to the table: Love, a mutual enemy, and, of course, food.
With seven brand new stories from the Demonica universe, New York Times bestselling author Larissa Ione has the love and enemies covered, while celebrity Southern food expert Suzanne M. Johnson brings delicious food to the party.
And who doesn’t love a party? (Harvester rolls her eyes and raises her hand, but we know she’s lying.)
Join Ares and Cara as they celebrate a new addition to their family. See what Reaver and Harvester are doing to “spice” things up. Find out what trouble Reseph might have gotten himself into with Jillian. You’ll love reading about the further adventures of Wraith and Serena, Declan and Suzanne, and Shade and Runa, and you’re not going to want to miss the sit down with Eidolon and Tayla.
So pour a glass of the Grim Reaper’s finest wine and settle in for slices of life from your favorite characters and the recipes that bring them together. Whether you’re dining with angels, drinking with demons, or hanging with humans, you’ll find the perfect heavenly bits and sinful bites to suit the occasion.
Happy reading and happy eating!
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For my Cooking session from this book, I opted for the Maple Sausage and Waffle Casserole. Because if there is one thing my kids love it's breakfast food all the time. Another great thing about this recipe is it was made with ingredients I typically have on hand anyways.
Maple Sausage and Waffle Casserole
8 Frozen Waffles
1 pound maple sausage, cooked and crumbled
1 cup cheddar cheese
1 cup milk
1/4 cup maple syrup
Pinch of Cinnamon
Maple Syrup (for topping)
The first step was to tear the waffles into bite size pieces and put half of those into the bottom of my 8x8 baking dish. Then I topped that with half of the cooked sausage and sprinkled with half of the cheese. Then did another set of layers of the same, waffles, sausage and cheese.
Meanwhile I had my daughter mixing together the eggs, milk, syrup and cinnamon.
Then we poured the egg mixture over the layers and put it covered into the fridge for an hour. You can leave it overnight in the fridge as well.
Bake at 325 degrees for 45 minutes.
You can eat it as it is, or add maple syrup if you so desire.
This dish was a total win with 2 out of three of my daughters and my husband and I of course.