Tonight’s the night my fellow Cabot Covians! Join me for a fun watch party wherever you are in the world.
Fans of Murder, She Wrote will all watch the episode together in their own homes and natter about it via a private chat room hosted on my Substack – murdershecooked.substack.com. All the details about how to join can be found there, and here’s a checklist.
Here’s the bingo card I have made – you can either print this out or draw it up on a piece of paper.
Have your dabber ready!
There will be a small prize for the first person to call – FULL HOUSE – one of these Murder, She Cooked badges – not available in any shops – hahahahah!
Here’s how to join in with the watch party jibber-jabber tonight.
1 – Open the app on your phone or tablet.
2 – click on the chat icon at the bottom – it looks like this
3 – I’ll be opening the chat room just before 7pm so you should see my thread – I’m the one eating a trifle on a tube station platform…
If you haven’t got all your Christmas presents yet, there might still be time to grab one of these…
available worldwide via Amazon (make sure you change to your own country version if not in the UK for correct postage) – or to order from your local bookshops in the UK or USA. I’ll be making some of Ron Masak’s Kabot Kove Kookies to scoff tonight, recipe is in the book and below if you fancy joining me….
Ron Masak’s “Kay’s Kabot Kove Kookies”
1/4 lb / 120g butter
1 and 1/2 cups / 120g graham cracker crumbs (non USA based cooks see note below)
1 cup / 100g semisweet/dark chocolate chips
1 cup / 100g butterscotch chips
1 and 1/2 cups / 150g grated coconut
1 and 1/2 cups / 150g chopped nuts
1 can (14 oz / 397g) sweetened condensed milk
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F / 175 degrees C / gas mark 4.
Melt the butter in a 9×13 inch pan. Sprinkle the cracker crumbs over the butter. Add the chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, coconut and nuts. Press down with hands. Pour the condensed milk over all. Bake for 25 minutes to half an hour or until lightly browned. Let cool. Do not cut while hot. Cut into squares and serve.
Makes one dozen cookies
Note – if you can’t get Graham Crackers where you are, digestive biscuits or Hob Nobs are a good alternative.
There are some cooking tips from me and my test cook for the book in this here blog post right at the bottom…
See you in the Murder, She Cooked chatroom from 7pm GMT folks…