French-themed Dishes for KMWP

Gaylord Townley (one of Kennesaw Mountain Writing Project  fellows) helps himself to my dishes.

Open-source recipe means that you can use your own local herbs and spices and season according to your culture or taste. See Open-source Recipe poem under the "Kitchen Sample" tab.
The term, Open Source Recipe, is coined by Frances Ohanenye. All rights reserved.
Homemade dishes I prepared for the Kennesaw Mountain Writing Project: Beignets, fruit salad, boiled eggs, and mini omelets.
Store bought: Mini quiches, European bagels, orange juice, cream cheese, and whipped cream.

Mini Omelet: Out of two eggs, use egg white and whole egg (low cholesterol), American cheese slices, garnish with parsley.

Beignet: Flour, active dry yeast, confectioners' sugar for sprinkling, warm water, white sugar, shortening, evaporated milk, eggs, salt

Fruit salad: Blackberries, blueberries, strawberries, cantaloupe, green grapes, and pineapple

French-themed dishes: Quiche, beignets, and omelet. (If you can "inherit" skills, I inherited a long list of skills from my mother, the catering one is exhibited on this page and elsewhere.)

The caterer in me insists on labeling, garnishing, and going overboard sometimes.
The rebel in me insists on going against the flow of the stream: "You can't put all your eggs in one basket." I say, yes, you can put all your eggs in one basket if they are boiled. 

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