Monday, June 7, 2010

Craving = Satisfied

Now that I live out in the boondocks, I have lost many things. The ability to shop for anything at all past 9:30pm, free weekly trash pickup, a delightful sliver of an ocean view, being within walking distance of my sister, and the occasional gang shooting on my front lawn. I didn't say they were all good things, now did I?

Principal among the things that I actually miss is my favorite southern comfort food restaurant. Oooooh gooey baked mac and cheese, collared greens and crispy hot fried chicken.

What do I do when I have a craving? I want to satisfy that bitch ASAP.

My lazy ass 'southern' meal:



boxed mac and cheese + frozen popcorn chicken + quick chopped broccoli = instant deliciousness

I promise my blog will become less like a ghetto version of the food network in upcoming posts.

9 comments:

  1. Damn girl you made my mouth water! Gimme a double helpin of them greens!

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  2. OMG you have shops open past 9.00pm there ? I'm so moving to America. And you can buy Popcorn chicken without going to KFC. Double bonus!

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  3. I think you're on to something. Maybe that's exactly what the food network needs. Get your pitch ready...

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  4. I can't buy anything after about 9:00 pm here, and I live an easy walk to the town.


    And, anyway, that's actually better for you than the stuff you're really craving... So, it isn't all bad.

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  5. Where the fuck did you move hoe?

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  6. I'm wearing my wife beater right now & playing with my ally-gator sounds like some good ole cooking to me!

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  7. @Southern Sage: If by greens you mean frozen brocoli, come on over! There's plenty to be had!

    @Quilting: Hahaha! Yes you can buy popcorn chicken, but it is frozen. Not as crispy as I would like, but convienience is always key when it comes to my cravings.

    @DG: Ooooooh...here's the next pitch. Protein snack. Step One: Get (preferably clean) spoon. Step Two: Open jar of (preferably chunky) peanut butter. Step Three: Make jar and spoon meet. Step Four: Put spoon in mouth. Think I'll get the show?

    @Toriz: This is true! I thought about this while I was making it....but then helped myself to a double helping, so completely defeated that benefit.

    @CB: Ugh. The suburbs of CT. This is in a state where most stores don't sell liquor past 8 or on Sundays even in large cities. Yep. Close to fucking horrific. But I'm managing via my new friend, the frozen food aisle.

    @Mr. Monkey: Awesome! Bring the gator. Is he for cooking or friending?

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  8. You could still walk to my house! Might just take a bit... ps. your meal does not look very tasty. the chickens look like balls of sweet potato.

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  9. Sweet potato? I love sweet potato! Although it wouldn't go to well with Annies....

    Also, I love you bunches, but I wouldn't be able to walk to your house if I tried! There would have to be lots of 'Melt' goodness at the end of the rainbow!

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