Welcome again to Friday's Feast. Today I'll be sharing the new recipe for Friday's Feast. If you don't know what Friday's Feast is all about, please read the Friday's Feast page for a more detailed explanation. If you want to join in on the feast— be sure to leave a comment and include the URL to your post so I and others can know of your contribution.
Based on your votes, it appears that most of you want me to keep Friday's Feast. I have opted not to use Mr. Linky mostly due to the suspicion that it won't work properly unless I pay up (yes… I'm cheap like that). Besides, this allows me the opportunity to link directly to the appropriate post that you linked with instead of directing you to your home page. I will be changing those former pages that used Mr. Linky and adding the direct links to the posts within the contents of the page.
I have decided to change the recipe for how Friday's Feast will be run. I figure that most people either do not have a Feast related post in mind, or they prefer to post other things on a Friday. Here is how Friday's Feast will be made moving forward:
Every Friday I will post a topic for the following weeks post. If you want to participate in that next week's Feast, just leave a comment and be sure to include a direct link to your post. I will then gather up the links and put them in that next post. The best part of this is that you can leave a comment at any time (even after the next week's post has been posted)— as well as linking to any post that you have written (even if it was from long ago, or in the future).
So often I find that whenever there is a writing prompt I either have a related post that I posted long ago— or I never complete the post on time and still want people to read what I posted. Other times I find that there is a prompt that I am inspired to do, but they are already onto the next prompt and it seems silly to go back like that. So without further adeu, I present next weeks topic:
Next weeks topic will be Barbecue. With summer just around the corner… thoughts turn to grillin' and chillin'. If you have any posts about this summer activity… either recipies, events, how you nearly burned the garage down, etc., etc.— be sure to comment and include your link to it.