SuCue wrote:The POV switched back and forth from first person to third, willy nilly, amongst several different characters, with no transitions. The characters talked to themselves and there were no quotes around their inner thoughts. The characters were cardboard and disposable. The "plot" was threadbare and ridiculous.
Down the well wrote:Why do they sell those fried pork rinds at the store? Or brussel sprouts? Or tofu? Somebody must like them because they keep turning up in the grocery store aisles, even though I give them the evil eye every week.
polymath wrote:Once in fifty years I've had brussel sprouts that were prepared just right by someone else, blanched, trimmed to perfection, par poached, stir fried in seasoned oil, and braised in a Gruyère cheese and nutmeg sauce.
polymath wrote:Pork rinds are candy to me. They suit my carbohydrate budget and fulfill my crunch craves.
polymath wrote:Broccoli, candy too.
polymath wrote:Escargot, yum, when prepared just right. Marsala wine is a key ingredient in escargot and similar butter and garlic sauces.
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