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Chef Tom – Stories and Stew

Posted in Fiction, Food, life, Recipe with tags , , , , , , , , on November 30, 2019 by segarini

I’m ba-aack. Been doing a deep dive into creative writing over the last few months, as well as transitioning careers, so my schedule has been whacked. Thanks, Bob, for having me back.

You are always welcome here, Chef. – Bob

On a slightly different tack. If you would be so kind as to indulge me, the next few submissions will include three (very) short stories I’ve written as part of a program called Round Robin. For eight weeks we had to write something every day based on short “prompts” from the instructor. We had to set the timer for 12 minutes. No longer. Hence their brevity. Had to squeeze as much into a few paragraphs as I could. Some stories, as you will see, even have multiple chapters.

Alarm goes off…stop writing.

WARNING: These stories are for entertainment only. If you’re not up to escaping for a couple of minutes and allowing each short story to unfold on its own without much in the “deeper meaning” department, please do not read. Continue reading

Chef Tom – On That Note…Everybody Dance! And OMG Salad!

Posted in Opinion, Review with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on February 24, 2018 by segarini

 

Dance is the Siamese twin of music. They’re connected at the beat.

I have always loved dancing, starting with doing the twist with my mom in my PJ’s in my living room listening to Elvis Presley.  American Bandstand, high school square dancing, sock hops, the crawl, the hustle, the jerk, the bump, disco, the electric slide (man was that fun getting the whole dance floor going), the carlton (which is how you danced all the way through the 80’s) and finally, yes, I did my share of slam dancing in the punk clubs (although in those days I was skinny as a rail and it was fun the first dozen times, then it just hurt).

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