It shall be this one's duty to offer recipes and menus. These will be easy to follow, and tested to be good enough that a slave would allow his Master to serve it to Master's Guests and reflect only the best of his Master.
For far worse than Master's anger is Master's disappointment.
Thursday, July 27, 2017
Tom Villard Memorial Bake
dish of sausages, eggs, noodles and spinach is much easier than it
looks at first. All healthy and great tasting. Chose any sausage you
like. Slave has just found one that grabbed my attention called
“Bedder with Cheddar”!
was not only an actor but a true LGBT hero and AIDS activist when
most of Hollywood was still hiding from the obvious. He deserves to
be remembered not only for his body of work but his efforts when we
needed it the most.
pieces of sausages
tablespoons butter 1 yellow onion, minced 1 clove garlic,
minced 1 5oz package of washed fresh spinach Salt and white
pepper to taste ¼ teaspoon ground nutmeg 1 cup heavy cream
package of wide noodles
the onion, mince the garlic and cut the sausages in half.
the noodles as the package directs, drain and set aside while you are
preparing the next steps.
a personal preference,I
choose to remove the stems from the spinach.
a large sided fry pan over medium-high heat, saute the sausages with
chopped onion for about 8
Remove meat & onions to a paper towel lined plate.
butter to grease in pan. Add spinach in handfuls stirring each into
the skillet. They will wilt down quickly and allow room for another
handful. Keep adding until all is in the pan and the spinach is
the ½ cup of heavy cream, salt & nutmeg, mix well. Stir for
until the sauce thickens. Add the 2 oz low fat cream cheese and
garlic and cook an additional
and lower heat as you prepare the baking dish.
oven to 350
and spray an 8 x 8 baking dish.
a large bowl mix 6 eggs, butter, salt & pepper, and half &
half with a whisk.
the cooked noodles into the sprayed pan. Pour in the egg mixture and
tap the dish to make sure the eggs are all the way through the
the spinach mixture over the top and place the sausages on that.
with asiago cheese and bake for about 45
Or until firm. Let sit for 5
serve from baking dish.
Villard appeared throughout his career in the late 1980’s and early
90’s on television, in feature films, and on stage around the
country. He was featured in situation comedies, episodic TV series,
and had leading roles in lower and mid-range budgeted features.
the peak of his career Villard was given featured supporting roles in
big-budget studio fare, such as Clint Eastwood’s Heartbreak Ridge,
and My Girl.
was born in Hawaii and grew up in New York. He attended Allegheny
College, before moving to New York City to attend the Lee Strasberg
Theatre and Film Institute and the American Musical and Dramatic
Academy in the early 1970s.
Villard moved to Los Angeles and soon started landing roles on
television and in movies.
the end of his life, Villard became one of the few actors in
Hollywood in the early 1990s
who chose to be open about his homosexuality, and the challenge of
living with HIV
most of Hollywood was still in the closet, Villard decided to take a
Villard made an unprecedented appearance on Entertainment Tonight,
acknowledging to "...more than 13 million viewers that he was
gay, that he had AIDS, and that he needed some help."
December of that year Villard said: "An awful lot of people
suddenly wouldn't let me in the door for auditions. I started
speaking a couple of months ago about living with AIDS and having
hope," he said. "It feels a little more useful than things
(I've done) in the past."
went on to explain that since his appearance on E.T., a whole other
group of people had come forward to welcome him.
Melamed, Villard’s manager added: “
am particularly proud of him. There wasn’t a choice here whether he
could have hidden it. Plenty of people have KS, but it’s on their
feet. He made a decision that was courageous in any walk of life, but
it doesn’t surprise me. He has one of the most open spirits.”
November 14, 1994, Tom Villard died at the age of 40 of AIDS related
pneumonia He was survived by his partner Scott Chambliss.
a tribute to him, a non-profit foundation was created by his partner,
A close friend, and his friend and chiropractor. The Tom
was a Silver Lake community-based effort which engaged local
businesses to provide free goods and services for community members
living with AIDS.
beneficiaries were the client base of the former Silver Lake AIDS
support organization, Being
The Tom Villard Foundation no longer exists. Being Alive is now
headquartered in West Hollywood
Villard’s bravery and courage during those dark days as he faced
unbeatable odds makes him a true hero. One that should not be