[wpurp-searchable-recipe]Microwave Corn on the Cob for Young Adult Novelists – Microwave Corn on the Cob for Young Adult Novelists
Corn on the cob
Let’s face it. Times suck. Imprints are closing. Literary agents are having breakdowns. You’re trying to design course on Teachable.
It’s the end times my friends. The stove doesn’t even work.
It’s all up to you and the microwave. YA dystopian fiction is now.
– Corn on the cob, Paper towel, , Find an ear of corn.; Pray to it, but don’t make it a false god or anything because times are already bad.; Tackle someone on the street for a paper towel. ; Wet that paper towel in a puddle. Wring it out (DO NOT REALLY PUT IT IN A STREET PUDDLE! THAT IS GROSS!). ; Wrap that paper towel around the corn.; Put them on a dinner plate. You remember those, right? Back before they became weapons. Go find an unbroken one. Give thanks to the corn, the paper towel, the dinner plate.; Put them in the microwave. Shut the door. You can’t lock a microwave so stop freaking out. Just shut the door.; Cook it for five minutes. ; Take it out. Take the paper towel off. Eat it. Wish you’d paid more attention to survival techniques in dystopian literature.; Enjoy? ; – – side dish – american – Cooking With A Writer – carriejones – cooking – cookingwithawriter – corn – cornonthecob – goofy – humor – microwavecornonthecob – vegetarian – vegetarianrecipes – writing[/wpurp-searchable-recipe]
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