Blogging. Yeah. Probably not going to happen. I'm happy if you pop in for a short story every quarter, so I'm not gonna waste your time ;-D Meanwhile, thanks for stopping by! Get outside now and then. Enjoy the flowers. Be happy. Be safe. Be kind. Peace.
Zucchini! I probably like it more than most people. Especially at Ruby Tuesday's where it's grilled and smothered in beef fat, LOL.
Here's the link to our latest anthology.
Lets face it. I have to hide some veggies in my own food if I'm ever going to eat them!
Pumpkin, for instance, is "so good-for-you, you should eat it every day". Not so with pie dough & sugar! But:
Add 1/5 can of pumpkin (about 3 oz.) to one standard sized jar of spaghetti sauce. Or add pumpkin to your homemade recipe. It will thicken the sauce and take away that acidity that many people add sugar to counteract.
Kathleen Spalding lives on the rock (mainland Florida) and vacations in False Key, which is the closest she’s come to realizing her childhood dream of being a mermaid. Her stories are published in the False Key anthologies Somewhere South of Normal, Somewhere South of Sane, Somewhere South of Reason, and Somewhere South of Cinquo, FWA’s My Wheels and First Steps anthologies, The Florida Writer magazine and audio mini-stories on Amazon Alexa's Tellables (say "Alexa, enable my box of chocolates," then "Alexa, open my box of chocolates.") She’s a member of fantasywriters.org, falsekeyfanpage.com, the Florida Writers Association, and the Palm City Word Weavers.