Tuesday, February 23, 2016

John Preston Memorial Pasta

Tonight's meal is dedicated to an important writer 
named John Preston. Please check out the quick 
note about who he was after the recipe. This easy 
slow cooker dish is a hearty and different take on 
the classic pasta dishes.

Let this simmer all day and serve a wonderful 
creamy chicken pasta that tastes like you made a 
day long effort.


2 lb chicken thighs
3 slices bacon, cut into thirds, cooked and crumbled
2 to 3 cloves garlic, finely chopped
1 package (1 oz) ranch dressing and seasoning mix
1 can condensed cream of chicken soup
1 cup sour cream
8 oz fresh mushrooms, rinsed and sliced
1 cup frozen peas
8 oz pasta of choice, cooked


  • Wipe out the slow cooker and spray with cooking spray. Set on low.
  • Cut up the bacon and chicken thighs into thirds. Chop the garlic.

  • Cook the bacon for about 7 minutes or until desired firmness and drippings have been released.
  • Brown the chicken pieces (about 3 minutes per side) Place into cooker.

  • In medium bowl, mix together the garlic, sour cream, condensed soup, and ranch mix. Pour over top of chicken. Stir it in.

  • Cover; cook on Low heat setting 6 hours or on High heat setting 3 to 4 hours.

  • During the last ½ hour, stir in the mushrooms and the peas. This will give you time to cook the pasta and maybe slide a brown and serve bread in the oven.

  • Just before serving, toss creamy chicken mixture into the cooked pasta. Any of your favorite pastas would work great with this recipe.

For our music tonight:



So happy 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

..I cook!

Please buy slave's cookbook:

The Little Black Book of Indiscreet Recipes 


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John Preston

John Preston was an important writer of fiction 

and nonfiction, dealing mostly with gay life and in 

particular gay BDSM culture.  Preston helped 

found one of the earliest gay community centers in 

the United States. He edited two newsletters 

devoted to sexual health, and served as editor of 

The Advocate in 1975.



He was the author or editor of nearly fifty books, 

including such erotic landmarks as Mr. Benson 

and I Once Had a Master and Other Tales of 

Erotic Love. John Preston was known for the 

literary quality in his gay erotic fiction. He was an 

outspoken advocate of the artistic and social 


of erotic writings in general. He gave a lecture at 

Harvard University entitled “My Life as a 

Pornographer”. The lecture was later published 


an essay collection with the same name.

In addition, Preston wrote the "Alex Kane" 

adventure novels about gay characters. These 

books, which included "Sweet Dreams," "Golden 

Years," and "Deadly Lies," combined action-story 

plots with an exploration of issues such as the 

problems facing gay youth.

He died of AIDS in 1994 at age 48, in his home in 

Portland, Maine.

Preston set a higher standard for gay writers and 

left a legacy of compelling literature for 

generations to study.

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