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The weather warmed up enough to go outside and play, but Johnny didn't want to play today. I know because he sat outside my window and sang the blues.
Start Date: 3 Apr 1996 8:00
Above is the finished product of tonight's supper. I call it "Come Fly With Me" smoked chicken wrap. It is composed of a wheat tortilla, Havarti cheese, baby spinach, red Romaine, Green Romaine, and smoked chicken breast. It was a tasty supper. Here's how it started. First, we brined it in a salt and garlic water … Continue reading Barbecue Talk: Come Fly With Me Smoked Chicken
One of my favorite movies of all time is "Fight Club." It is just cool on many different levels: coping mechanisms, anti-materialism, relationships, soap-making, etc. So what does "Fight Club" have to do with barbecue? Strictly speaking, I don't think it has anything to do with barbecue. However, I do like how it starts at … Continue reading Barbecue Talk: Fight Club
Help needed: I'm taking a poll to see which image should be used as the Johnny Bronco label image. Please number from left to right, top to bottom and let me know your top three choices. Also, please share with as many people as you can so I can get as many opinions as possible. … Continue reading Barbeque Talk: Johnny Bronco’s Label
Here is another unedited re-written scene. As stated in the previous post of this kind, in the first edition I rushed through several scenes in the hopes of creating a faster pace. Here, I am slowing things down a bit to expand on themes and character development. This may or may not end up in … Continue reading The Messenger: Origins -Yesteryear: Out of the Ground Scene 1
Initially "The Messenger: Horizons" was only on Amazon. Now I have it listed at the following outlets: Playster, Scribd, Kobo, Baker & Taylor, Barnes & Noble, Bibliotheca, & Apple Submitted to the following outlets: OverDrive, Tolino, & 24 Symbols If Amazon wasn't your preferred book outlet, maybe one of these is. Download a copy today.
Here's a brochure for a festival in Mons, Belgium that plays heavily into my story... The festival is called the Ducasse de Mons or the DouDou. Yes, I know, sounds a little strange to an American ear. Anyway, the Ducasse is composed of two events: the procession of the Car d'Or (golden car) and the … Continue reading Friends, Family, or Country -The Ducasse de Mons
I don't know about you, but I have always read books as a inexpensive form of travel. From Nelson DeMille's trip through Moscow in "The Charm School" to Clive Cussler's trip along the Niger River in "Sahara" to W.E.B Griffin's trip through South America in his "Presidential Agent" series. To me, books were/are a ticket … Continue reading The Messenger: Horizons – The real life town of Finike, Turkey