Sunday Writing Prompt: July 16, 2017: Fine Dining – Kitchen Tricks

Fine Dining – Kitchen Tricks
Welcome to Sunday’s Writing Prompt.

Here’s the “story board” for you this week.

Untitled collage

Let yourself slip into a state where you imagine, draw, contemplate and then free fall to wherever you land.

Consider the images, the quote, the dissonance, discord and/or harmony and flow. You can pick and choose one element or several – play with them, rip them apart – fashion something new – it’s up to you.

Write in the style and form you wish – please yourself in this culinary linguistic kitchen. Write a poem. Write some flash. Serve me up a fresh garden salad filled with all kinds of luscious delicious.

Rip a Loaf of Rye – and leave me a trail of breadcrumbs – ping back and/or leave your creations in Mr. Linky’s Hands – he is so capable. Remember to include the tags MLMM and (Sunday) writing prompt in your posts.

You have a week to plate and serve – enjoy 🙂

images: sourced on internet and have no idea who, when or why? so a silent nod of thanks to whomever you are/were.

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      • I have 6 library books waiting for me to even read, let alone write, for Pete’s sake…when did I get old? 🙂 🙂 And all this food talk has me thinking I need to bake peanut butter cookies–haven’t made them in a coon’s age! By the way, I thought of you as I watched Red Green last evening 🙂 Red is a kick, but I dare say I’d marry Harold in a heartbeat ❤

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      • LOL – nothing like a fine stack of library books in the wings! Time creeps and runs and slips, but hey, take it one day and moment as it comes. A good peanut butter cookie is hard to find! LOL@marrying Harold – I’d have to pass on that, but definitely is a fine character none-the-less 😀

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      • I’ll report later re the cookies 🙂 I knew I’d get a laugh from you re marrying Harold! He’s so sensitive, and that’s what I’d be looking for (if I were looking) at this late season of my life 🙂

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      • Sensitivity is a very good thing …. hard to find though. I’m not going to even touch on how badly I’ve messed up in almost every single one of my relationships, of almost every stripe.

        Have a wonderful week 🙂

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      • I hear you, Pat… 🙂 And yes, sensitivity–a rare commodity–perhaps that’s why we fall for fictitious characters like Harold…he might not be perfect in his real life marriage–but close, probably 🙂

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      • *snorting* with laughter – oh, I don’t know, there is no true “perfection” – and some of the most “innocent” looking are actually some of the most devious! 😉

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  1. Well done prompt, Pat. Or, rather as I refer — rare!
    If my muse was still around, she would be faminous and devour your prompt in one big, ravenous creative glug and gulp. Now if she had left that trail of rye bread crumbs . . .

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      • And, I think I’ll order the blue plate special — whatever that is — always seem to ask for it in the old movies, lol. And the waitress’ name has to be Flo.

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      • LOL@comment – how absolutely true! Yeah, what is the blue plate special???

        a google search reveals:

        Blue-plate special or blue plate special is a term used in the United States by restaurants, especially diners and cafes. It refers to a low-priced meal that usually changes daily. The term was very common from the 1920s through the 1950s.

        courtesy of Wiki!

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      • inquiring minds …. and lol, probably has something to do with weird neon lighting and blue-hair rinsed waitresses …..named Flo 😉

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