Their writing excerpts, including stories, odes and recipes gone awry, will soon be added to the Take My Word For It blog and Facebook page.
Meanwhile, here's a preview of some of their best work, taken from a writing exercise using similes and metaphors to describe the following types of food:
"Chips taste like rotten twigs snapping between your teeth."
"Chocolate melting cake is sweet and a bit salty at the same time with a hint of mint. It tastes like chocolate clouds."
"Bubble gum is as greasy as my mom's frying pan and as soft as a pillow."
"Barbeque ribs taste like the ribs of an alien animal with traditional mushed brain sauce."
"Mushrooms have a mushy, slimy and nasty taste. They have a frothy texture."
"Macaroni and cheese is so slimy and gooey that you think it's worms slithering in your mouth."
"The salt [on chips] looks like sparkling snow."
"It would be a white chocolate ganache with a citrus glow in the dark extract that would look pink under dark light."
"Chips: as crunchy and hard as iron mixed with diamonds."
"Chips: crunchy like beetles getting crushed. Corn on the cob: rubbery like a trampoline."
And, here's a surprising blog post titled "6 Ways to Raise a Writer: Easy things all parents can do to help their kids express themselves with the written word" -- refreshing for its atypical writing advice! Happy writing.