Yet another one of the chickens were due for the slaughter the other night. I decided it would be Caesar, the bloody rooster that would not cease his incessant crowing and attacking me at a whim. And good riddance!
Once he was disposed of, I decided to do something different. I usually cook the meat in potatoes, onions, carrots, some broth and sugar, and of course some curry powder. Stir-fry all until fragrant mmmm…
I had read about the process of cooking meat in moist then dry heat to make all the connective tissue break down. So, to do something different, I put the carcass in the crockpot along with the other vegetables, but the water all evaporated before it was ready and it was quite dry and tough.
For the next chicken I will go back to the tried and true recipe for curry chicken. After all, I should have known to curry Caesar, not to braise him.
A roughneck laborer working in the rural west building roads or what not meets and falls in love with the demure and lovely daughter of a Chinese immigrant. He must make a choice between the work he must do to pay for (whatever) and the girl he’s come to love.
We’ll call it Mei Wei or the Highway
There are many sub-breeds within the major breeds that aren’t often known. My neighbor had a beautiful Labrador Retriever puppy that never seemed to calm down, even after it had grown.
So he took it to the Vet, who quarantined it as an illegal breed.
Turns out the dog was a Meth Lab.