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Windmill

Thursday, July 22nd 2010 by Pat

There’s a bachelorette party next door. They keep smuggling me a drink they call the Pink Panty Dropper. Here’s the recipe:

Pink Panty Dropper

  • A bunch of cheap beers
  • Russian proportions of Vodka
  • Pink Lemonade
  • Ice Cubes
  • Stir rhythmically to “Baby’s Got Back” by Sir Mix-a-lot

I think that’s how it goes. Man my head hurts.

Dream Big

Tuesday, August 4th 2009 by Pat

Shrimp

We ate delicious shrimp at the cabin last week. Here’s the secret recipe:

  1. Get some shrimp.
  2. Boil them in salt water until they float.
  3. Eat.

There’s not much to it, just don’t forget to suck the juices out of the head and eat any eggs. No sauces necessary but a little garlic butter never hurt anything.

Too good to be true? Yep. In researching shrimp for this comic, I learned that they’re an abomination and forbidden by the bible. Oh well, it shouldn’t be hard to get them up to a boil.

God Hates Shrimp

Recipe: Moose Stew

Monday, September 22nd 2008 by sarah

Being that it is officially Fall (since yesterday, but really since early July,) my thoughts are turning to steam rising from hot bowls of soup, crusty bread, falling leaves, hot apple toddies…that sort of thing.

So, here is a recipe for moose stew (thank you, Ann and Joe) that I made today and shared with the boys. Everything is extremely approximate, as I don’t really like to measure.

Heat olive oil in a heavy-bottomed pot on medium high and add 2 lbs. moose meat. Brown for a few minutes, then add chopped onion, chopped green pepper, salt and pepper. After a few minutes of sautéeing that action, add 1/2 cup water, a couple of cans of beef broth, and some spices: oregano, crumbled bay leaves, and a little cumin. Bring to a boil, then turn it down and simmer for 30 minutes. Add a couple of cubed potatoes, or other root veggies, and the following interesting but delicious-making items: a handful of chopped green olives (sorry, Aaron), a handful of capers, and some chopped dates. Cook until the potatoes are done.

Yum, yum. Oh, so hearty and satisfying.

-sas