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Author Archives: Roxe Anne Peacock

Roxe Anne Peacock lives in Caledonia, Illinois with her husband, one daughter, a cat, dog, and two horses. They raised five daughters on the five acres and now have eight grandchildren. They are the owners of Top Hat Chimney. Roxe Anne is a member of Sisters in Crime/National, Sisters in Crime/Chicagoland, Guppies, Chicago Writers Association, Windy City Reviews, and In Print. She has approximately 5,000 FB friends and two pages, She has two blogs, Civil War Cooking and Reenacting and The Peacock's Pen which she is still creating. The blog will be about her journey to lose 100 pounds while creating healthy recipes, some of which she might share on this blog. Roxe Anne is the author of two mysteries, Fatal Catch and Leave No Trace which are available on Kindle, Nook and in print. Last week she signed a contract for Fatal Catch for audiobooks. She is also the author of a historical cookbook, History Lover's Cookbook, which has been a top 100 paid Best Seller on Kindle most of 2013-14. She signed a contract for the cookbook to be an audiobook the end of May. It should be completed just in time for her to promote it on Red River Radio with host, Dellani Oakes. It is currently in the process of becoming available in print. Currently, she is working on two more cookbooks which should be available later this summer, Smokin' Good Eats and Cooking to Live.

Eating Healthy at Panera Bread

Egg-White, Avocado and Spinach Breakfast Power Sandwich on a Sprouted Grain Bagel Flat

At Panera Bread in Rockford, Illinois I met a woman who drives half an hour in traffic just to get the Grilled Mediterranean Egg White on Ciabatta Breakfast Sandwich. Read More »

Restaurant Review: Healthy Fast-Food Dining at Noodles & Company

Japanese Pan Noodles

American, Mediterranean, and Asian dishes are all served on stoneware with stainless steel silverware by the friendly staff. No tips allowed. Read More »