Three Ingredients II – 6: Turnips, Onions, Sauerkraut

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Teagan turns turnips into literature brilliantly!

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Casper cookingWelcome back everyone! I’m pleased to tell you that today’s ingredients were sent by a reader who hasn’t always been with us here at Teagan’s Books — Jo Robinson.

Jo lives in beautiful South Africa, and has written quite a remarkable collection of stories.  She has a wonderful imagination.  For instance in her novel “The Shadow People, The Finding” characters are hurled across time and space, and find themselves on Lapillus, a beautiful world made up of precious gems.  (If you had any idea what a self-proclaimed “rock geek” I am, you’d understand that is a huge attraction. I have such a thing for semiprecious gems…)

Jo says all creatures feathered and furred inspire her writing, so I’m curious to know which of the “critters” in our serial she likes best.

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This week’s ingredients have remarkable health benefits.  I never knew that about sauerkraut!  Another reader, Sally at “Smorgasbord…

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2 thoughts on “Three Ingredients II – 6: Turnips, Onions, Sauerkraut

    teagan geneviene said:
    July 22, 2014 at 9:58 am

    Turnips to literature – Jo, thank you for starting my morning with laughter! And my sincere thanks for re-blogging this “panster” serial on your wonderful blog.
    I maintain a homepage for the serials with the episodes (sans the introductions) in chronological order. It’s here: http://teagansbooks.wordpress.com/cookbook-2-three-ingredients-serial-home/
    Hugs!

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      jorobinson176 responded:
      July 22, 2014 at 1:31 pm

      Thanks to you Teagan! It felt like that whole part of your story was written just for me, and that is a really cool feeling. There’s a lot to be said for writing real readers into your tales – I might just have a go at that too one day when I’m not still catching up with things. Come to think of it I’ll probably be perched on a cloud upstairs throwing turnips at harpists when that day comes. Great fun, and a great story too! 😀 HUGS X

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