Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Super Sexy Sausage Supper
Before we get to tonight's dish, lets talk a little. I know that most people do not react the same way that I do to the idea of being a slave.
In today's world, nobody has to!
Just let me float this idea past you. For whatever reason you have to cook! If you don't cook, usually it is because you don't like to or you don't know how. This blog is written for people who don't know how to cook.
But more than that, for whatever reason you are being forced to cook, You have to face the stove and figure out what are you going to feed your loved ones. That might, at times, feel like slavery.
Think about this:
the books: “50 Shades of Grey” did not produce a 30 BILLION dollar industry because everyone suddenly decided to enjoy pain.
Instead they allow a safe way to fantasize. I suggest you might try to turn the kitchen drudgery into a safe way to fantasize about whatever you chose.
When you are “stuck” at the stove by yourself, try dreaming about how you only wanted to serve. Maybe, how you are denied the ability to please your loved one. You are only allowed to catch his eye with your self-less deeds of fixing something to his tastes. While not being permitted, shall we say, other avenues to arouse his “attention”?
When you have to do anything that you don't want to, redirect it with your mind into being a forbidden pleasure!
In fact: no one ever needs to know what is going on in the back of your mind.
Now that your mind is where it should be, in your crotch: Lets cook!
Super Sexy Sausage Supper
slave is fortunate to have some of the greatest friends anyone could ask for. My “BFF” Charlie often brings over some of their home made sausage and other frozen meat from their farm. Each year they butcher pigs and every other year they butcher a cow. Even if it has been in the freezer for a year, this is fantastic stuff! And just the right price for the end of the month, if you know what slave means!
So slave is getting creative with what is found in the cupboard. Half a bag of pasta, a couple of unused “Cheese” flavoring envelopes from mac & cheese boxes – often slave just uses the pasta from these because it is just the right size and cheap! Then some gifted sausage from the freezer and a bit of fresh produce. Healthy, tastes wonderful, and helps the end of month get here quicker!
1 lbs. Sausage (out of the casing and cooked loose)
2 “heads” of fresh broccoli cut into small florets
2 shallots - maybe a bit of frozen chopped onion if available
bunch of green onions chopped
margarine (as called for on mac & cheese box)
half a bag of any left over pasta -- These were egg noodles
3 slices of American cheese (just my taste)
Preheat oven to 350 and spray a 9 x 13 baking dish.
Wash and cut up the broccoli into florets and put in bowl.
Peel shallots and slice thinly.
Heat water and cook pasta according to directions. Reserve 1 cup of cooking liquid when done.
Heat a large, sprayed skillet over medium high heat, cut open the sausage and break up in the pan. Cook this well, for about 8 minutes or until no pink remains.
Push sausage to edges of pan and dump the sliced shallots into the center and let them cook for about 3 minutes, while you stir.
Then add the broccoli and stir together while cooking for about 2 more minutes. Add the cup of cooking liquid from the pasta, cover and let cook for 2 more minutes, then uncover and allow the rest of the liquid to cook out.
Meanwhile when the pasta is cooked, follow the directions on the mac and cheese box with the envelopes of cheese flavoring. Just like you were making that. (2 envelopes = 8 Tbs margarine + 1/2 cup skim milk)
With a slotted spoon remove the meat-vegetable mixture, and mix it with pasta. Then spoon into casserole, cover it with foil and bake for ten to fifteen minutes. Everything has been cooked already and should still be hot. This is just to blend the flavors. Also this gives time to set the table.
Nothing fancy but a great taste and only one serving dish to clean.
Slave can't even type out the word “serving” without feeling this deep happiness to be serving my Master Indy.
To satisfy and restore.
To nourish, support and maintain.
To gratify, spoil, comfort and please,
to nurture, assist, and sustain
Please buy slave's cookbook:
The Little Black Book of Indiscreet Recipes by Dan White http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00F315Y4I/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_vAT4sb0934RTM via @amazon
Posted by socialslave at 6:11 AM