I went ahead and entered, just to see how it worked. Use my entry as an example, improve on it and see what transpires:
“My brother and I love to make dinner together, and Mom thinks we learned because we didn’t like her cooking. Actually, her specialties feed us body and soul. Birthday dinners mean lasagna; simple gatherings mean roasts; fried perch and walleye and coleslaw mean summer vacation; melon-ball salad means summer picnics; citrus salad means Christmas. I make them all myself — and call her for advice each time. I could write it all down, of course, but then I wouldn’t have an excuse to catch up, laugh, and let her know in some small way that I very much love her cooking.”
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Half a head of cabbage, shredded
2 carrot, shredded (or pre-shredded coleslaw mix)
3 to 4 “big whopping spoonfuls” (1 cup?) Miracle Whip
A “little bit” (1 tablespoon?) sugar
Any kind of vinegar to taste to balance the sugar
Pepper to taste
Toss to combine.