Takeaway: Always order things that are as big as your head.
In a friendly tone
The other guy was trying to be nice!
Section: food in the city
Takeaway: Our first stop was the infamous Fresh Direct. I took on an adventure, but delicious nonetheless. The Fresh Direct guy is not named “Fresh Direct.” The Fresh Direct name is only for their delivery service, which I should have taken advantage of. Head out for lunch at some random place to try all sorts of foods. ((This is how we ended up at Bar Louie )) I wonder why people won’t eat sushi or ramen on vacation.
Section: I’m bringing this to my family’s Thanksgiving dinner…
My friend Jennifer, who had her Superbowl party last year, asked me to bring along some Japanese side dishes and directed me to this site. Very helpful indeed! What’s more important than what you’re eating? Well, what’s more important than what you’re eating is precisely how you eat it! We learned that chewing with your mouth open makes everything taste better (fun fact: also said in Chinese). In addition to our mandatory drinking water (drinking alcohol does not count), we also made sure our food spent time on our tongues and lips before swallowing. EATING LIKE AN AMERICAN!!
cooking on the stove
Cooking on the stove is a fun way to try new foods and can also be a great way to learn about different cultures. If you want to cook for your family, cooking on the stove can be a great way to get together with them and make delicious meals that everyone will enjoy!
If you’re new to Wagyu, it can take time to know where to start. It’s exciting and fun to try fresh foods and recipes. But what if you want tips on preparing your first Wagyu steak or roast chicken?
Wegmans offers a variety of cooking methods for every meal, so whether you’re looking for something simple or fancy—or somewhere in between—you’re sure to find something that works for your taste buds!
Cooking on the stove is a fun way to try new foods.
Cooking on the stove is a fun way to try new foods. You can make delicious meals that everyone in your family will love, and you’ll learn how to cook in the process!
Cooking on the stove also helps with eating. When you’re not feeling well, getting “in the mood” for anything but comfort food (or maybe just plain old comfort) is hard. But if there’s something delicious cooking in your kitchen, then dessert might seem like an option—and even better than one!
Takeaway: The post is well-structured.
In the beginning, you give a brief introduction (who you are, what you do). Then comes the body of the post, which contains: 1) The post title, 2) The body (title and content), 3) A call to action, 4) Any necessary credits 5) the End.
Since you show your work in progress throughout the post, I’d recommend putting a “Work In Progress” tag under it to help keep track of updates. Use a screenshot to ensure that others can figure out what’s happening. Use them sparingly, though, since they are distracting and straightforward to miss if they need to be appropriately placed.
Great job! Let me know how it goes *hint* *hint*.