Shrimp Remoulade Two Ways — Ann Cavitt Fisher

When deep summer comes to the Gulf Coast South, dishes served cold become the most appealing thing on the menu. This brings me to shrimp remoulade, which seems to have been created exactly for this purpose. Two classic New Orleans recipes. The post Shrimp Remoulade Two Ways appeared first on Ann Cavitt Fisher.

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Prompt #5108 Visual Prompt of the Week – Puss in Boots — The Writing Reader

Create whatever this visual prompt inspires in you! Photo: Au secours, au secours, voilà Monsieur le marquis de Carabas qui se noie ! (Help! Help! Monsieur le marquis de Carabas is drowning!), Le Chat Botté (Puss in boots), par Gustave Doré … 43 more words

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How to Intertwine Plot, Character, and Theme in Every Scene – by K.M. Weiland… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

on Helping Writers Become Authors: If plot, character, and theme are the foundational underpinnings of story itself, then they must be present in every scene as well, right? But that gets tricky. How can you make surethese elements are doing their job in every scene? And if they’re not present in every scene, does that necessarily […]

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How to Start Turning Your Dreams into Reality — BRILLIANCE WITHIN

Do you have any dreams? It doesn’t matter how large or small they are or how impossible they feel, it’s possible to start moving them from a distant ‘pipe dream’ into achievable reality! It’s great to dream big, but sometimes this holds the dream in our mind as being ‘impossible’ to achieve. However, no matter…

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