Saturday Recipe Share! — discoveringsooz

All are sung to the tune of 12 days of christmas! 😁 We have some visitors coming this afternoon, and I know i’ll either eat nothing or eat rubbish! So I cooked early. The satay recipe. I got two portions from, and the chicken in oyster sauce one (I’m greedy!) Have a happy weekend! Love […]

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Beef with plums & sour trahanas — kitchen habits

Sometimes we fall in this ‘loop’ of eating ingredients with the standard way, like beef: beef with rice or beef with fries or beef with rice or beef with fries… you get I mean tight? Or ok sometimes vegetables are there too. But food, in order to be good, it has to be ‘vivid’, there […]

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Prompt #1941 First Line of the Week – John Chu — The Writing Reader

Skaters in black practice outfits swerved around Shelly. Her music was playing over the PA system. She had right of way. –Double Time by John Chu Fiction Writing Prompt: Use the first line of the week as the starting point or inspiration for a scene, story, poem, or haiku. Journaling Prompt: Write about a time when…

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2 Quick Tips For Writing ‘How to’ Guides (1 min read) — The Millionaire’s Digest

If writing how-to blog posts is something you write about for your Readers, than here’s 2 quick tips that will get your Readers to remember them every time! 1. Solve a problem or fill a specific need for your audience: Detailed how-to guides are only helpful if they actually solve a real problem for your audience. For […]

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Prologues and epilogues – is there a point to them? — Helena Fairfax

It’s the final Round Robin of 2016, and I can hardly believe it! Has someone put me in a time machine and zoomed me to the end of the year? It seems no time at all since I was opening the first page of my 2016 calendar! Talking of endings and beginnings is the perfect […]

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