Jill Harvests Zucchini Bread

Jill picks her zucchini to make bread
Jill has been growing a garden this year and she has done well with peas, zucchini, tomatoes, and peppers. I wanted to tear out our rickety swing set and plant corn but that was vetoed. What will I run my car on now? Gasoline?! The garden has done well with Jill’s new micro tubing watering system. If you will recall, the system was featured on Serf Day where I helped to install it.

Incidentally, Jill doesn’t generally garden in her skirt but it was Sunday and we still had one more appointment to keep. Here is what the bread looks like. Tasted really good too. Straight from the garden into my big fat mouth.
Jill offers her zucchini bread. Try some.

Chiastic Snack

One jar of pickled onions.
Two slices of wheat bread.
Three slices of cheese.
Two cut pickled onions.
One big mouth.

Jar of pickled onions imported from England

Preparing the sandwich

Mmmm tasty!

Of course the above is not a very good chiastic verse. One, two, and three are not the main objects in the sentences. Think more like bread, cheese, onions, and mouth. It could be re-written to demonstrate chiasmus much better. I will leave that as an exercise for the student. For more information on chiasmus, check out these Ensign articles:

Research and Perspectives: Hebrew Literary Patterns in the Book of Mormon
A Clear Poetic Voice