Mind you, it’s not all dead badgers in my kitchen

March 28, 2016

There’s also this:

2016-03-28 20.59.36--sushi

As Orson Welles is supposed to have said: My doctor told me to stop having intimate dinners for four. Unless there are three other people.

4 Responses to “Mind you, it’s not all dead badgers in my kitchen”

  1. Hikaru Amano Says:

    Japanese cuisine…definitely a healthy dish.

  2. Frosted Flake Says:

    From my kitchen : STEW !!

    First, boil your pasta a half a dozen times. Just bring it to a boil, stir, shut it off, come back in an hour and do it again. All-l-l-ll-ll day long. Then rinse as normal. Toss into the big pot with at least one (3) diced onion, a minced bulb of garlic, a pound of mixed vegetables or what have you. Add a 50 ounce can of someones chicken noodle soup and at least one frozen chicken breast.

    Cook on ‘2’ or ‘2 & 1/2’ until the chicken is done. Yank it. Dice it. Put it back. Turn it down to ‘1’. Let it go an hour, then stir with the rubber spatula. The trick is, if you let it stick, Yer SCREWED !

    Serves a dozen, the day after tomorrow. If you are in a hurry, stir in a few eggs with a fork. Instant 3-day old chicken stew. But the real deal has no onion, and no pasta, and no chicken left anywhere to be seen. Just a thick porridge-like broth with the occasional semi-identifiable veggie of some kind floating about. That takes time.

  3. Mike Taylor Says:

    Well,that sounds … awful.

  4. Frosted Flake Says:

    Well, if you think so, then you’re right.

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