By Michele Morris
That includes one hundred twenty recipes from sixty eight of the Evergreen State's most sensible eating places, bistros, cafes, hotels, and bed-and-breakfasts, A style of Washington, comprises vintage Northwest fare in addition to style fusions of worldwide cuisines. For a clean tackle brilliant nutrients, pattern those impossible to resist dishes: Blueberry Morning Glories with hot Blueberry Sauce, Crispy Fried Walla Walla candy Onions, Cherry Chipotle brief Ribs, Northwest Fish Tacos, and Theo Chocolate Ganache Cake.
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Not only do such tastes help the reader feel like he knows the character better, they also open up possibilities within the story. On a trivial level, knowing your character’s devotion to wines will give her something to chat about at dinner; a chance to show a flippant attitude — or resent someone else’s flippancy; a reason to disdain another character’s lack of taste or knowledge. A character’s tastes can even be endearing, like Dagwood Bumstead’s mammoth midnight-snack sandwiches. On a more significant level, a character’s love of skiing gives you an excuse to get her into the mountains in the winter; gives her at least a few friends she met on the slopes, friends who might phone or visit during the story; allows you to show her escaping from someone on skis without the reader doubting for a moment that she could do it.
We who write fiction have no team of actors or musicians to do our bidding, so it’s easy to forget that our work, too, has a composition stage and a performance stage. We are both composer and performer. Or rather, we are both storyteller and writer. ” There is no clear separation of our two roles. As we invent and construct our fiction, we will often do it with language — we jot down notes, tell scenes to our friends, write detailed outlines or synopses. And as we are performing our stories, writing them out in our most effective prose, we also invent new details or motivations, discover new relationships among characters, and we revise the construction of the story in order to make a scene work better, by adding a new fillip of suspense or horror or sentiment, or presenting a startling new idea that only just now came to us.
All these things you’re telling me, they’re part of the story. You try everything, and it doesn’t work. What do you do now? — Put it to bed and let it cry. You do that, and it screams louder and louder until it starts choking and coughing and you pick it up again. What next? — Call the doctor. His office is closed. — Call the hospital! — The emergency room! — They never close. You’ve got me; I can’t weasel out of that. They never close. So you call. What happens ? They tell you to try doing all the stuff you’ve already tried.
A Taste of Washington: Favorite Recipes from the Evergreen State by Michele Morris