Weekly Writing Challenge: U.N. turns to chefs to solve problem of Turkey


This week’s Weekly Writing Challenge is another 1,000 words, it asked for a story to go with the photo below. So here goes!

Chefs

The news has been full of the problem situation regarding Turkey. Headlines scream “Riots are making Turkey dangerous”; “FAQ: What the heck is wrong with Turkey”; “Turkey makes me sick”. Hungarians feeling for those affected have started a support group called “Hungary for Turkey”

Hungarians feeling for those affected have started a support group called “Hungary for Turkey”

In an effort to solve the problem the United Nations has turned to some of the world’s greatest chefs. In a secret laboratory located several stories underground, allegedly somewhere in the southwestern United States, work is carried out on a top-secret project. Security clearance is next to impossible to obtain for journalists wanting to cover the story in the aftermath of the  leaking of the secret ingredient used in Coca-Cola.

Not since the whole how do they get the caramel into the Caramilk caper have we seen this sort of interest in a culinary secret at this level

Not since the whole how do they get the caramel into the Caramilk caper have we seen this sort of interest in a culinary secret at this level. Not even the search for the recipe of the eleven secret herbs and spices used by Colonel Saunders to flavor his Kentucky Fried Chicken had the frantic level of interest experienced currently.

All we can report is that the two latest efforts to resolve the Turkey issue, which has been narrowed down to dryness, both come from the mayonnaise family of condiments.

In the picture above, smuggled out of the bunker kitchen in the apron pocket of an unnamed  sous-chef , two chefs work diligently on Agent 9/22, having exhausted Agent Peach, in an effort to solve the Turkey problem. All we can report is that the two latest efforts to resolve the Turkey issue, which has been narrowed down to dryness, both come from the mayonnaise family of condiments. It is hoped a solution will be forthcoming in the next few days, and that people will no longer complain of dry turkey sandwiches.

Please note that this post in no way means to trivialize the troubles facing the Turkish people in their struggle. It merely plays on the name of the country. I hope that peace and democracy will be longtime friends of the Turkish people.  

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