Jokes about poultry: feathered feasts on the menu

If you like poultry and eating it in good restaurants, as I do, you’ll love this small excerpt of foodie jokes from my eBook “The Food Lover’s Joke Book.”

chicken jokes

NASA: defrost the chicken first.

Les Volailles (Poultry)

Stricken chicken
In a small roadside bistro in rural Italy, two British tourists had pulled in to have lunch. Not wanting to admit that they spoke no Italian, the wife thought they’d be safe enough when they ordered “Pollo alla Ferrari.” It turned out to be chicken that had been run over by a sports car.

Cold turkey
A couple went to have dinner at a restaurant known for its house speciality, a turkey dish. “How exactly do you prepare the turkey?” asked the woman as the head waiter brought them their menus. [Continue reading]

10 ways to repurpose your blog posts – so versatile!

If you’ve ever thought that blogging for business is a boring chore, do you realise just how much you can do with one blog post or article? Here are ten good reasons why your dear, old-fashioned blog is worth its weight in gold…

why blog posts are versatile

Number one priority – blog on your own real estate

If you’ve read any of my previous articles on blogging and/or attended one of my talks or workshops in the UK and Canada, you’ll know how important it is – and why – always to blog on your own website or blogsite first of all. [Continue reading]

Vanity publishing is dead. Crappy publishing isn’t.

vanity publishing versus professional self publishing

30 years ago, there were only two ways to get your book published: one, by a trade publisher like Random House or Penguin and two, by a vanity publisher. Books in those days could only be produced in printed form and could only be sold in bookshops … [Continue reading]

Why writing a business book is very good for business

writing a business book is good for business

If you listen to cynics you'll probably have heard that having written a published business book is just an "expensive business card," which is, well, the cynical view. But say what you like: being a published author on your particular business, … [Continue reading]

How to insult nicely in writing, with business jargon…

business jargon and slang to use when youre angry

Jargon and slang as metaphors are wonderful tools to use if you want to insult or express rage in a business context without swearing or ranting. Here is a selection for you to keep handy, excerpted from my jolly little book English Business … [Continue reading]

How to write a simple nonfiction book plan

simple way to plan a book

Does the thought of writing a nonfiction book scare you witless? It needn't! With the right planning you can simplify the process so it becomes a series of manageable, do-able stages or layers if you like ... rather than one mammoth and seemingly … [Continue reading]

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