More Short Orders — Outtakes


Great “Short Reads” Stocking Stuffer

Please don’t feed the doctors … thoughtful people, no one oozing doctrine … Capri cake, dark chocolate with almond flour … most everyone calls it “the deli.” … during his Cheddar work, Elsie turned and left the charcuterie … he hoped to relieve himself of Hilda … just a whole lot of blood, like she exploded! … pass the Ghouly-Ghouly … with wrappers, red gummy bear worms and crumbled crackers … he slobbered all over her purse … carry all you need in pockets … They like their beef with anchovies … gnocchi but with fresh, young nettles … Spotted Dick with Dried Plums … kept his mackerel in a 12-foot wide moat … drooling great danes meant for petting … The Castle was always a good deal … gooey butter as money, wallets and change purses … Liz Lovetti female tormenter and sensual sex goddess … her do-rag, huge glasses and very scant coverings … a year-long gift from her lover, Gui … Igor thrashed Ethel, drew blood, drove her head into the dirt … raise a little hell with the old farts … there was a very bad odor in the cabin … laughing at the those they called the “new strugglers … one of its foodwriters was in the house … dead, onto their dinner plates as they dined at the Ostrich Oasis Ranch … throw her head back and shake her boobs at him … soft-opened-for-us-only, Club Med … her bare toes curling into luxurious white fur carpeting … the room’s busy vapors enriched  her … like a pretend, small town, white-marbled “Hollywood.” … humongously-ample naked body passed … become just another lovely roadside wildflower … she buys supermarket wine in big bottles … debates end with Ginny hissing … Fred Hector’s “A” list, or was it his “B” or a worse list …


About Marty Martindale

Foodsite Magazine and Marty aim to help the cooking-challenged avoid dependence on others due to lack of cooking knowhow. We concentrate on quick breakfasts, portable lunches and “good-4-u” night meals. With readily available web translation, the magazine explains separate foods, a little of their history, their nutrition, suggested “go-withs,” serving ideas and links to foodsites with recipes.

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