Thursday, January 6, 2022

In the Kitchen with Jaydeep Shah #InTheKitchen

Hello guys! How’re you doing?

I’m so excited to be here at Creatively Green today to share a simple recipe with you all guys. Before I continue, thank you so much Ms. Wenona for having me as your guest today.

Now let’s talk about the fastest and easiest recipe I always love to have, especially when I’m in rush. It’s called a Bread Pizza.


·       White bread or wheat bread

·       Marinara sauce or traditional pasta sauce

·       1 Green paper

·       1 Onion

·       Black olives

·       Shredded mozzarella cheese

·       Hot sauce (Optional)

·       Ketchup (Optional)

·       Tomatoes (Optional)

·       Spinach (Optional)

·       Sliced baked chicken breasts (if you eat meat)


1.   Rinse the green paper, onion, and black olives. Cut them into preferrable sizes. Store them into separate containers.

2.   Cut all the sides of the bread. Put it on a plate.

3.   Spread marinara sauce on the bread. If you don’t have marinara sauce, you can also use traditional pasta sauce, which I use often when making the bread pizza.

4.   Once you spread the sauce on bread, sprinkle some sliced green papers, onions, and black olives on it. According to your taste, you may remove any of those ingredients if you wish. You can also add a few other ingredients like spinach, jalapeño, sliced tomatoes, and sliced chicken breasts.

5.   Once you are done adding the ingredients, sprinkle some shredded cheese. If you don’t have mozzarella cheese or you don’t like it, you may use a different type of cheese of your choice. Sometimes, I use Kraft’s shredded Mexican style four cheese.

6.   Now put it in oven and let it bake for about two to five minutes. Keep checking at interval of time, depending on oven, it may take less or more time. But once you find it perfectly cooked, you can take it out.

7.   Now you can spread some hot sauce or ketchup or both.Depending on my mood, sometimes I use both, and sometimes I use only one of them. If you don’t like spicy, you may use only ketchup. But your bread pizza is ready to eat. Serve it to yourself or a guest in the house.J


Before I leave, thank you readers for your precious time and reading this post. Also, thank you once again, Ms. Wenona, for having me as your guest today.

If you ever try the recipe, do let me know your opinion.I’m often available on social media.

I wish you all a very happy new year. And happy reading and writing!


The Haunting of Black River Forest
Jaydeep Shah

Genre: Horror
Publisher: Jaydeep Shah
Date of Publication: 12/14/2021
ISBN: 978-1-7349826-3-3
Number of pages: 86
Word Count: 8611
Cover Artist: Jaydeep Shah

Tagline: A spine-chilling story in which adventurers struggle to survive on the land of a cold-blooded psychopath who enjoys slashing humans.

Book Description:

A forest of blood and corpses. The land of a cold-blooded psychopath.

In Black River Forest, it’s best not to wander too far off the beaten track. There’s no telling what you might find.

Mia and Oliver have long wanted to explore the forest, and one cold, rainy October day, a week before their fifth anniversary of the day they met, they finally make the trip.

But they’ve heard the rumors as well. The haunting. A psychopath hidden somewhere amidst the towering trees. Too many missing. Too few answers.

It’s only rumors, though. Stories. And stories can’t hurt you. Yet as Mia and Oliver venture deeper into the Black River Forest, they’ll soon discover that there’s more haunting this quiet woodland than hikers and bears.

The psychopath is very real. And he’s excited to meet them.

From Jaydeep Shah, author of Tribulation, the first book of the Cops Planet series, “The Haunting of Black River Forest” is a bloody, spine-chilling story best read with the lights on.

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Excerpt 3:

Before Lucas could make another attempt at her, she raised her axe and swung it.

She hit her target and the axe made a deep cut on Lucas’s hand.

He let out a scream.

The machete quivered in his grip, but he managed to regain a firm hold on it.

Mia dodged Lucas’s next swing and wielded her axe at his face, making a deep cut on his cheek.

Lucas screamed once more. His voice was full of pain but also wrath. He wanted to kill Mia more than he had ever wanted to kill anyone.

Sheila saw the blood pouring from Lucas’s face and began to feel hope blossom in her.

Jany and Nancy kept watching the fight, terrified still.

Oliver looked at Mia, the woman he loved. Then his stare became fixed on Lucas.

Mia was watching Lucas hissing in pain while touching his hand to his wounded face. He slowly dragged his hand away, red with blood. He switched the machete to his other hand and tightened his grip.

His eyes were red in fury.

Mia sensed another attack coming as he raised his machete.

She tried to raise her hand to retaliate.

Oliver’s eyes widened, sensing the Ripper could succeed in this attack.

Alarmed, he leapt forward and grabbed Mia’s shirt, pulling her back.

Lucas’s weapon passed a mere inch away from her, making a slashing sound in the air.
Surprised, Mia jerked hard and pushed Oliver away from her.

“Why did you pull me away from him?” she raged.

Oliver tried to get a hold of her again, but she pushed him away once more.

She shifted her look back to Lucas and swiftly stepped forward, keeping the axe near her chest, and then swung it up with all her might, twisting her wrist as she did so. It made a deep cut on Lucas’s elbow, and he screamed in pain.

The machete fell from his hand.

Keeping his head down and clutching his elbow, Lucas turned and ran away from them up the hill.

Enraged, Mia followed him.

“Stop!” shouted Oliver, running after her.

“Stop following him,” shouted Jany, running after Oliver. “We must leave here now.”

“He has killed so many innocents,” yelled Mia. “I can’t let him escape.”

Lucas glanced behind and then increased his pace. Mia was close behind him and he could see the others following after her. He pushed on, running even faster.

Mia increased her speed, but before she could reach him, Lucas turned right after a gigantic tree about twenty steps away from her.

Mia ran past the turning point, then turned back to follow him. Oliver reached her and forced her to stop.

“Please leave here right now,” he said, shaking her by the shoulders. Blood from his wound was staining his shirt red.

“No. I want to kill him today,” said Mia in fury.

“This is his land. We don’t know where we are. He has disappeared—”

“I saw him turning right.”

“I saw him, too,” added Oliver quickly. “But it’s too risky to follow him. He may have hidden somewhere, waiting to ambush us.”

“I’m ready for him.”

Jany reached them, and Nancy and Sheila after her.

“We have a chance to escape! Stop following him! We need to leave here right now!” said Jany.

Sheila and Nancy stood there, breathing heavily.

“If we continue straight, we will find the path to the correct trail after about half an hour or so,” said Nancy. “We came from that way.”

“Did you listen to her?” said Jany quickly. “Let’s go!”

“If you guys want to leave, you’re free to go,” said Mia. “I’m following this Ripper to end his terror.”

She turned right where Lucas had just turned a few minutes ago and slowly walked farther on that path, glancing around as she went.

Oliver watched Mia walking away, his face wearing a blank expression.

Jany glanced at Oliver and then sighed in disappointment.

Sheila and Nancy exchanged a look of worry.

Then Oliver walked after Mia.

Jany stepped forward and stepped back in an instant.

“What’s happening?” asked Sheila.

“We can escape. I so desperately want to run away from here. However,” said Jany, “they saved my life. I don’t want to leave them with the Ripper. I think we should stay with them. At least, together, we may defeat the Ripper.”

About the Author:

Jaydeep Shah is an avid traveler and the author of gripping horror, thriller, and romance stories. As a bachelor’s degree holder in Creative Writing, he aims to entertain as many as people he can with his stories. He is best known for Tribulation, the first book in the “Cops Planet” series.

In addition to those books, The Shape-Shifting Serpents’ Choice, Jaydeep’s first young adult flash fiction written under his pen name, JD Shah, is published online by Scarlet Leaf Review in their July 2019 issue. Currently, he’s endeavoring to write a debut young adult fantasy novel while working on a sequel to his first apocalyptic thriller, Havoc.

When Shah is not writing, he reads books, tries new restaurants, and goes on adventures.

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marisela zuniga said...

This sounds really interesting!

Stormy Vixen said...

I enjoyed the excerpt and The Haunting of Black River Forest sounds like my kind of book and I can't wait to read it! And I am definitely going to have to try the delicious sounding Bread Pizza recipe! Thanks for sharing both your book and the recipe and have a fantastic day!