Wednesday, September 16, 2009

The Story of the Chicken

Greetings Bloggies.

The other day before class started. I made one of a few larger shopping trips, this one was to TNT Super Market, home to every thing interesting or ordinary depending on your culture. I had a guild who know the uses of some of the moderately interesting food stuffs. Among the things gottern, were, Squid whole but cleaned, Frog Legs, Pork belly, and Cornish game hens, also duck legs.

On Monday I cooked up on of the chickens. Lacking a BBQ sauce I faked it. The general gist of the thing was, Honey Soy Sauce, a little seseame oil. The bird was roasted in my cast iron dutch oven. In the company of some home grown potatoes and stuffed with garlic ginger and shallots. I cooked it up monday so I could have a good lunch for Tuesday which is one of my longer days.

So come late morning Tuesday I am briefly back in the house and microwaving the food back up to and eatable temperature. Now it should be pointed out that the residence here have some limited house keeping on week days for the common areas.
The house keeping staff was in my building as I was warming it. The more social of the two said it smelled good and my being big mouthed caused me to recall what went into it.


It made my day when I saw some notes being taken on the preparation of a chicken. And yes I have to say having eaten it, is worth reproducing, the potatoes were some of the best part.

4 comments:

chani said...

Mmmmm. looks and sounds very yummy!!

Ien in the Kootenays said...

Foodie porn! It looks beautiful. At least i don't have to worry if he's eating...

B. said...
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Ien in the Kootenays said...

NEWS!! We need NEWS!!!!