Thank you for your lovely words about church and little ones.
Take a chunk of meat and cook it over open flame
Drizzle it with the best of barbecue sauces
Until it’s sizzling and moist and just the tiniest bit burnt
Serve it on a plate
With all the veggies you can think of
Sauteed zucchini and fresh green beans
A buttered cob of new corn
Crisp cucumbers and great slabs of heirloom tomatoes
Add a salad made of potatoes or pasta
With celery seed and cool dressings, or
Cut fruit instead, luscious wedges of multicolored melons
And plump sweet cherries
Finish with a toasty marshmallow
On a graham cracker
With generous oozing molten chocolate –
I always like words. I enjoy imagining the pictures that your words imply.
I did not expect to sit in this camp…but I found myself drooling over your descriptions more than your pictures. Weird, because I generally don’t like to try a new recipe that doesn’t have a picture.
Definitely words. Their poetry was beautiful and gave my mind plenty of space to imagine. The pictures bothered me because it seemed there is no way they could all be one menu —even though they all looked delicious! Yes, I’m odd like that.
It was fun to have them separate from each other and see how different the effect was!
I also enjoy the word menu. Thank you for the yummy supper!