(Draft # 3)
After gaining an unappealing 3 or more pounds over the years, one would think that I would quickly learn to put down the tacos. However, when the opportunity rises for that scrumptious, slow simmered seasoned beef, crisp green lettuce, rose ripe red tomatoes, yellow aged cheddar and hard crunchy shells come across my path, I just can’t resist. I should have to say no-more, than “I LOVE TACOS”! Just typing these words reminds me of last Friday night, while preparing my tempting tacos; I recalled my first taco experience which was very bland and tasteless. To me an authentic taco should have a full blown blast of Mexican seasonings dancing around in your mouth. Mine are infused with a bold medley of 100% ground beef with ethnic seasonings, fresh cilantro, along with plenty of extremely tasteful toppings, and let us not forget the fresh flour tortilla fried shell, and a dollop of sour cream. However, several people simply prefer bland beef with cheese whiz, and a few shreds of lettuce. Later on that evening, we finally got to munch on those completely “NON” fat-free tacos, and we were in complete Heaven. The way we looked and the mess we made while eating them would probably shock most. However, we really indulge in the thought of “enjoying our food”, and sometimes you just have to dig in, and get dirty. Word List:
Adjectives: unappealing, scrumptious, tempting, infused, bold, ethnic, fat-free, indulge Adverbs: quickly, extremely, completely
Pronouns: several, (indefinite pronoun)
I found that it was an exciting and fun way to enhance my paragraph by introducing plenty of adjectives, a few adverbs and just one little pronoun. However, even though I thought that I had already used plenty of adjectives to describe my favorite food, I realized that in order to write an appealing paragraph I needed to utilize more powerful and descriptive words to really let the reader experience what he or she was...