Tofu is a poor excuse for food, if you ask me.
To say that it is even food is complimentary.
Us “Southerns” know about good food—yes sir, indeed we do,
And on a Southern menu you will never see tofu!
There’s shrimp and grits and biscuits, and a glass of nice, dry wine
There’s firm home-grown tomatoes, freshly picked right off the vine;
With tasty food available, please tell me why would you
Ever even think about ingesting bland tofu?
C_lucas is my pen name. It’s meant to protect the guilty, namely me.
Writer Jenny Harp is a New Zealander grandmother who lives in the United States with her husband and loves God, life and family.
Avery Cook is a freshman at Hamilton College, where she studies Creative Writing. When not in class, she enjoys walking alone in the woods to channel her inner Thoreau.
N.K. Wagner is the executive editor and publisher of Page & Spine.
Katharine Weeks Folkes was born and raised in Georgia with fried chicken, succotash, and homemade ice cream. She now lives in South Texas where Mexican food is king.