Hello everybody and welcome to another Writing Wednesday. The idea of this is I am going to write about whatever subject has inspired me this week.
Everybody is welcome to join in, of course, and you can do that by either writing something in the comments or giving me a pingback to your work. (It goes without saying that you should feel free to share your work if you get the urge to do so!)
What am I going to use as my inspiration this week?
The word… Victory.
All of those people who tell you that winning is the most important thing other born losers. They are the people that are never going to win and like to make excuses before that happens. Taking part is nothing if you have nothing to show for it at the end.
Me? I am here for the glory and no other…
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1 1/2 pounds ground lean chicken
1 tablespoon grill seasoning blend (recommended: Montreal Steak Seasoning by McCormick)
1 large egg
1 cup grated Parmesan Cheese
1/2 cup whole wheat bread crumbs (pulsate 2 slices of 100% whole wheat bread) with Italian seasoning
Handful of chopped parsley leaves
3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
Canned or homemade tomato basil
4 (6 to 8-inch) crusty whole wheat sub rolls
1 1/2 cups shredded provolone
Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Place ground chicken in a bowl and season with grill seasoning. Add egg, half of the grated cheese, bread crumbs, parsley, and extra-virgin olive oil to the bowl. Mix the chicken and form 12 large meatballs. Squish the balls to flatten them a bit like mini oval meatloaves. Bake the meatballs 15 minutes until golden and firm. Once the meatballs come out switch the broiler on. Remove the meat from oven and loosen with a thin spatula. Turn meat balls in tomato sauce. Cut sub rolls making the bottom a little deeper than the top. Hollow out a little bread and lightly toast the sub rolls under broiler. Fill the bottoms of the breads with flattened balls and extra sauce. Combine the provolone and remaining Parmesan. Cover the subs with cheese and return to broiler to melt the cheese until golden.
Here’s an excellent flash fiction competition for you. Fish Publishing’s Annual Flash Fiction Competition is open for another two weeks. They’re looking for stories of up to 300 words.
2nd: online writing course with Fish
The top ten stories will be published in the FISH ANTHOLOGY 2017
Entry Fees: €14 for the first entry, €8 for any subsequent entries
Closing date: 28th February 2017
To find out further details, visit the competition page
Condolences to Suzanne Joshi on the loss of her husband. https://patriciaruthsusan.wordpress.com/2017/02/13/break-from-blogging
The next photo is the PROMPT. Remember, all photos are property of the photographer, donated for use in Friday Fictioneers only. They shouldn’t be used for any other purpose without express permission. It is proper etiquette to give the contributor credit.
PHOTO PROMPT © Liz Young
Please be considerate and do your best to keep your stories to 100 words.
Genre: Historical Fiction
Word Count: 100
SWEET LITTLE ALICE BLUE GOWN
He bowed. “Shall we dance, my dear gadfly?”
Alice took a final puff from her cigarette. “Certainly, Father.”
“Despicable, unladylike habit.” He waltzed her across the ballroom. “Mother asked me to speak with you.”
“Stepmother. Did Emily Spinach sneak into mumsy’s boudoir again?”
“It’s not about your snake. We’re disturbed by…
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Source: 100 Word Wednesday: Week 6
Write a poem or story using this picture. Link back to this post from your blog or leave in the comment section below.
The daily word prompt is Snow
The daily word prompt can be used for a poem,story, photographs, art, song lyrics, letters,and you could even use it to tell us all a little more about yourself.
Link back from your blog or leave in the comment section below.