Chicken Parmesan Sandwich — Fox Valley Foodie

Tender chicken breast is coated in a flavorful Parmesan breading and topped with provolone cheese and warm marinara sauce, creating a chicken Parmesan sandwich anyone will love! Whoever invented sandwiches was a freegin‘ genius. I have yet to find anything that doesn’t taste better topped with a little melted cheese and placed in-between toasted slices…

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Excerpt from “Strangers in Another Country”, a long short story and title of my debut book

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“Recently, the struggle for freedom and equal rights for Afro-Americans has euphorically come over me. Before that, the cause appeared so distant— typically American. The voting rights, segregation, etc. Until, by chance, after having watched a couple of television documentaries, read a few articles that appeared in my evening newspaper, and listened to one or two African and West Indians, my interest in the Afro-American struggle began. The calls for solidarity from some black militants with the oppressed peoples of the Third World seem to appeal to the idealist within me. The black cultural slogan ‘Black is Beautiful’ had already become fashionable amongst some members of the black diaspora in Stockholm.”

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Your Daily Word Prompt – Advertisement – February 18, 2019

Your Daily Word Prompt

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Daily Prompts – Words and Images

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RDP Monday: KEY

Happy Monday!!!

Can you find the key to your creativity? It might just be the key to someone’s heart?Create a post using pictures, words or both!  Please tag it “RDP” and “Ragtag Daily Prompt”.
Create a pingback or copy and paste your link in the comments below. Having trouble with a pingback? Check out our about for directions. Then, don’t forget to spend some time reading all the wonderful contributions we’ve been getting here at Ragtag Daily Prompt.

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#Review “Build a Mate (A Holiday with Love Romance)” by Janice Croom

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3.5/5 Stars

Jasmine Green is seeing red. A life-size sex doll is raking in the orders during the Christmas season… and it has her face. When she tracks down robot creator, Homer Jackson, he’s shocked to see a human version of his creation and confused when Jasmine accuses him of using her to market his sexbot (Build-A-Mate).

His invention—XM-14—was created to save trapped miners and is locked away in his vault.

The two form a tentative friendship to get to the bottom of the mystery. Jasmine wants her face removed from the XM-14/Build-A-Mate and Homer wants to help her… and he wants her.

The problem? Homer is on a deadline. His assignment is almost over—he returns to his home planet on Christmas Eve.

Yes… home planet.

Though he is human, Homer left Earth almost eighty years ago.

Disgusted and distraught by the rampant racism which claimed his father’s life…

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17 Slow-Cooker Mac and Cheese Recipes That Are Total Game-Changers — StyleCaster

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It would be pretty embarrassing to admit that some nights even macaroni and cheese seems too complicated a recipe to tackle. But in the interest of transparency, I’ll admit that sometimes I really am that wiped at the end of the day, and totally not in the mood to cook. Slow-cookers are a great way…

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