Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Lisa Douglas Memorial Chicken

For the tonight’s dish slave has been challenged to simplify dishes that I had created. So this is a version of a Hungarian Paprika Chicken that I had done for Sir Boot Master.
Then Master Indy wants me to post about Independence so that will follow!
Lisa Douglas Memorial Chicken


2 lbs boneless, skinless chicken thighs
1 medium yellow onion
1 green pepper diced
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 cup low fat sour cream
1 cup low salt chicken broth
1 can low salt condensed mushroom soup
3 tbs sweet paprika
flour just to dust the chicken.

½ pkg wide egg noodles

Season the chicken with salt and pepper and dust lightly with flour. In a large, deep skillet, heat oil over medium high heat. Add the chicken and cook, turning once, until browned, about 7 minutes. Using a slotted spoon, transfer the chicken to a plate and cover with foil.
Add the onion, green pepper, and garlic to the skillet and cook, stirring occasionally, until softened, about 3 minutes.

In a medium bowl mix the condensed soup, sour cream and the chicken broth. When well combined, add the sweet paprika.

Pour this into the skillet, lower the heat to a slight simmer and return the chicken. Cover and let cook on very low heat for about 20 minutes.
Now is the time to set the water on to boil for the noodles. Just follow what the package says. When the noodles are done, drain and serve in a large bowl. By now the chicken will be ready to serve over a nice bed of noodles.

Independence and the Consensual Slave.

The term “independence” can mean different things. When you speak to any of the millions of us who self identify as “slaves”, the term can strike fear into their hearts. For to some it might mean rejection or abandonment.

Our culture equates independence with freedom. (That is NOT always the case.) This civilization teaches about “slavery” only from a historical prospective of involuntary servitude. Race is usually thrown into the argument when it was not intended. While this judgment is right and good from societies viewpoint, it starts to get muddled from there.

If you are not to be anyone’s “servant”, the next invariable step is to conclude that you have to lead. Being in charge is the ONLY positive goal in life. At the same time we are supposed to “all work together” to do our part. The necessary goal of equal opportunity gets mixed up with a fallacy of equal abilities and talents. Then things really get in a “mellofva hess”.

So lets back up and say for this discussion, we are NOT talking about races. That is a whole different discussion. I am NOT about to start comparing and contrasting different races of people. PERIOD!
For this discussion we will define independence as meaning “NOT dependent”. It is not depending on something, or someone else, for existence. Not relying on another or others for aid or support.

Now how does this relate with the consensual, self identifying slaves, or to the Master/slave relationship? Lets hope that it allows us a clearer picture of roles and expectations.

In the preliminary negotiations, when hormones are raging it can be difficult to get beyond “Limits” and “Safewords”. We can only hope that calmer conditions prevail when discussions of being in a relationship are undertaken. Expectations can be as different as the differences found in the people themselves. There are no “one size fits all” rules for behavior or roles to play in the relationship.
Yes, slaves must be independent. Think about it. How could a person, who can't take care of themselves, take care of someone else? In a broader sense, a slave must be able to show a completeness, a self assurance, a competency to instill the trust necessary for the relationship to work.
Being “addicted” to someone might sound hot for “friction” fiction, but seldom works in real life.

Note slave is NOT talking about finances here, but rather emotional stability. Even strong proud Masters can use help at times with budgeting and finances.

A slave needs be able to decide on their own to become subservient to a Master, not because he HAS to, but because he WANTS to.
A Master guides and teaches. They generally work a slave to be the best he can be. It would not make much sense if He had to do everything for the slave, now would it? Who is serving who? That might be a case of “topping from the bottom” and that might work for those two people. However, the flaws can be seen if it were taken as a generalization.

It is also said that a Master “needs” a slave. Yet if He really NEEDED one to survive, what kind of Master will he be? How can He teach if He constantly has to have that kind of attention?

A slave must not be depending on the Master for his existence.
A Master must not rely on a slave for aid or support.
The beauty and joy comes from being able to make the choice, not from a desperation, but from a decision.

By the end of the week, our country will be celebrating “Independence Day”. All of us should feel free to participate. Masters and slaves, each with different abilities and wants and needs, complimenting each other.

Masters experiencing the joy of being taken care of and even, at times “babied”.
Slaves feeling the euphoria of being “owned”, and allowed to nurture a wonderful partner.

Each sufficient to themselves, yet making the judgment call to experience this wonderful dynamic of Master/slave. A dynamic that empowers them both to be their best. An exchange of trust and a reliance on the belief that tomorrow can be better if faced together.

Yes each must be independent, and still count on the other. Different abilities and strengths resonating in harmonies that provide the greatest energy to them both.

socialslave is so very proud of Master Indy. As a person and as a Master.


To satisfy and restore.
To nourish, support and maintain.
To gratify, spoil, comfort and please,
to nurture, assist, and sustain
..I cook!

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

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