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Saturday, September 3, 2011

Saturday Centus With Jenny Matlock

For this week...

WORD COUNT - Up to 100 words AND the 7 words of the prompt (107 total maximum words - For those of you that want more words please feel free to link up multiple stories!)
THE PROMPT THIS WEEK IS: "what kind of a pizza is this"

The regular restrictions apply: PG, no splitting of the prompt, play nicely and visit the other entries, any style or genre of writing you prefer.

I'm really having a lot of fun with these prompts. They are creative and truly makes my made go to work! This weeks prompt will present some difficulty for me as I'm not a huge pizza fan and ... well it is a very hard prompt.
If you haven't meet Jenny please hop on over and meet her and all those who link up their creativity with her. They are always some very clever and talented writers linked up for the prompts as with all links. I'm  never disappointed! You wont be disappointed either I'm sure of that. Have a wonderful safe weekend!

On with the prompt:

Where to go
For pizza dough
Roll out the dough
Here comes
Lessons in pizza making
Kitchen fun
High flying
Pizza pies!
Singing pipes
A pinch of this and a dash of that
Makes the sauce one of a kind
Stone ovens on
Slice the meat
Fresh veggies to eat
Pipe in with song
Grind the cheese
Sprinkle with moms
Homemade love
"What kind of pizza is this..?"
Made fresh daily in moms
Kitchen of love

~Beth ~

Jenny Matlock

Do you like pizza? What is your favorite?


Judie said...

I used to make my own pizza dough, but now that we are emptynesters, we buy Papa Murphey's thin crust pizza, and bring it home to cook in our own over. I guarantee it's the best pizza in town!!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Very nice! Sounds yummy too:@)

The Cello Strings said...

for pizza dough,

well done, there is humor in it.

cj Schlottman said...

I love the idea of piping in with song while making pizza! Very lyrical and visual.


Ames said...

Sounds yummy! Love the music too!~Ames

beckyp said...

great post thanks for sharing

Bookie said...

Sweet bit here...I can picture pizza dough being tossed in the air!

Dazee Dreamer said...

great job. I myself just like a good veggie pizza. yum.

Jo said...

oh, that was very sweet! I love the vision of the pizza being tossed in the air!

BECKY said...

Great poem! And gosh, you don't care for pizza?! WOW! I LOVE pizza. I like a thicker crust kind, with just about anything on it except anchovies! YUCK!

Karen S. said...

Mom's kitchen of love is and always will be the best ever!

Jenny said...

Clever poem. I like the rhythm of your writing here.

This was really well done.

Thank you for sharing it.