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THE FLAVOR BLASTING MEAT Once upon a time there was a man who grew a meat farm. His name was Farmer Jim. He lived in a 1-story cottage with his wife, 2 little girls named Emily and Melissa and 1 boy named Jo-Jo. People from near and far came to meet him, only because he was the first and only man to grow meat. One day he woke up and thought it was still dark but his clock read 8:00 AM! Suddenly he was frightened. ”What could it be?” he said to himself. So he changed into his polka- dotted socks, red pants, blue shirt, brown boots, and an orange jacket. Then he realized what he was wearing but was too afraid to go back into his closet. He ran outside already seeing his family, newspaper photographers, and so many other people. He didn’t understand why they didn’t ring the doorbell and call him out. Finally he found out it was an overgrown piece of meat. Some people guessed that its weight was over 900,000,000 lbs. Nobody could possibly break his record. His dear daughters were jumping in the air. He cut a piece of meat out of that giant piece and went inside to grill it and, wow it tasted wonderful! It was flavor blasted with barbecue! All of a sudden everyone started coming to Farmer Jim's Farm, and it actually turned into a restaurant called Farmer Jim’s Café. The piece of meat lasted a year and it didn’t get old! Nobody knew what made that piece of meat so big. So one night Farmer Jim was curious, when everyone was asleep he took a sleeping bag and camped outside. When he was fast asleep he heard a noise coming from the bushes and he was frightened. Then he found out that it was a deer that was planting a magical growing tree right where the meat was growing. Finally he found out what had happened and went inside. THE END By ISA PHUONG-MI VU—4th grade

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