ArtDaisy Ezine Writer's Contest 2015 $250 Winner!
The Paxtau.com Excelsior Award goes to Lucille Lantz for "Jeremy's Journey"
Jeremy's Journey- by Lucille Lantz
*** IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR 2016 CONTEST - CANCELLED! ***
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We apologize if this causes anyone an inconvenience, hope to see you next year!
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Taboo - by Jennifer Abreu
Catch Me If You Can - by Tiffany Wang
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Grandma's Apple Pie
by: David Jones
One Year my parents gave my wife and I several bags of apples from a local orchard. Most of them were Golden Delicious and we were instructed not to cook with these,"..they are for eating only.". When we arrived home my wife's Grandmother stopped by and spotted the bags of apples. She said "Would you like me to make a pie with those?". We instantly responded YES! The pie was incredible! So, here it is:
APPLE PIE RECIPE
5 or 6 apples
3/4 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup white sugar
1/4 tsp. salt
1 tsp. cinnamon
1/4 tsp. nutmeg (optional)
1/2 stick of butter or margarine (optional)
2 TBSP flour (optional)
1 TBSP lemon juice
1 frozen pie crust
Peel and cut up apples into small pieces. Put apples in a bowl of water and lemon juice to keep from
turning brown and to keep fresh. In a separate bowl, mix sugars, flour, salt, cinnamon
and nutmeg. Add about half of the sugar mixture to the apples. Add softened margarine (optional).
Stir all together. Pour apples into frozen 9 inch pie crust. Bake at 350 degrees for approximately
1 1/4 hours. After the pie starts cooking for about 20 minutes add the rest of the sugar mixture and baste apples every 20 minutes.
About The Author
Winter solstice calls.
Brooding Clouds in the distance
pierce the terminus.
Jackals consort in desert
rubble where once City stood.
Approach the Darkness, But do not Stay.
Waiting there for You, I'm the one from the other Day.
Along the alley and by the Bay,
Lies a road ahead that I dread.
I must Move along, I cannot Stray.
Beyond a Fence the road grows darker,
Having gone this far, I Cannot return from where I Began.