“Hurry up, you lot,’said Oscar, the maitre d’ hotel to the chef and his assistants. “Monsieur Jaques will be here in two shakes of a lamb’s tail and you are not ready.” “Do not worry monsieur. The chicken roulade you ordered is ready. So is the salad and the mousse,”reassured the chef, “I will make the sauce for the roulade once the guest is seated. … Continue reading A not so pleasant surprise!
Image by Monika Schmidt from Pixabay “They brought me in to catch a rat; imagine that! I have never felt so berated, insulted,humiliated. Catch pests? What, me? I would never even hurt a flea. I am only used to packaged cat food:wholesome, nutritious, delicious !” Written for : In Other Words RULES: Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less Use the picture … Continue reading “Delicious”
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Welcome to Promote a Poet/Writer Thursday! This is the day of the week where all members of the Go Dog Go Café Community are invited to introduce a Poet or Writer they enjoy reading. Participating is really fast and simple- in the comments below, post the link for the Home Page of the Poet/Writer you are introducing to… Continue reading Promote a Poet/Writer–Reblog
Exotic Food Series My first encounter with dragon fruit was during breakfast at a hotel in Bangkok. I was intrigued by these cubes of white fruit with evenly spaced little black seeds. Diffidently, i sampled this fruit that looked like small square dominoes. I was rewarded for my “bravery”– it tasted quite nice. The texture was semi-firm, more firm than a melon but less than … Continue reading Dragon Fruit
What do you believe, when it comes to people’s traits and personalities? Are they primarily formed and shaped by nature or by nurture, as defined above? What about your personality? Nature or nurture? Please elaborate. The debate of whether nature or nurture determines the outcome or final result of a person’s trait or characteristics is a very old one. This issue has been analysed by … Continue reading F P Q #43 Nature VS Nurture