Re: *Hardtack* & Hot Stuff

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Posted by Miss Marcia on February 02, 1999 at 20:24:59:

In Reply to: Re: *Hardtack* & Hot Stuff posted by Champ on February 02, 1999 at 16:28:24:

champ wrote:
: Here!Here! I agree on both accounts :-)
: Actually, it sounds like Jo will be the one making snow angels, while I'm up north making mud-pies :-( !!
: Ahh, that cursed northwest rain, think the Sassy-one could make up a spell to drive the clouds & wind away here?

Well, as reported earlier, The Sassy One has been somewhat occupied today, but I should think that she'll be back to business as usual real soon. I'll pass your message along to her and see if she can conjure you up a wee bit of better weather.

: Miss Marcia, I suppose a *fresh* roadkill armadillo will work in your recipe, eh?
: I'm wondering, because last time I was in Tejas, I saw a "Texas Turkey" freshly killed, and when next I'm down that way it maybe worth my while to scoop one up & try my hand at your
: "Famous Fiery Hot, Ragin' Cajun Style Armadillo Chilli" [my mouth is already waterin' ;-) ]....

Having been surrounded of late by many longrifles and other implements of death and destruction, owned by people who know how to use them, I've not had to rely on roadkill for my recipes. However, I'm quite certain that if one happened upon such a thing right soon after the fatal event, one would have no trouble collecting some edible bits. The trick would be to salvage enough of the "shell" in which to cook the chili, as this seems to add an exciting element, both to the presentation of the dish and the flavor of same. I say, give it a try...what have you got to lose, besides your dinner?

: I'm sure that Mr. Girty would love some of this on one of those cold woodland raids he goes on...

As a matter of fact, I was figurin' on leaving him a goatskin full the next time he shows up around the ol' corn crib.

: "Champ"
: [my motto: "Let those other poor saps break their teeth on hardtack, I'm enjoying a bowl of Miss Marcia's "Famous Fiery Hot, Ragin' Cajun Style Armadillo Chilli"!]....

And a FINE motto it is, too! Miss Marcia is right proud of ye!

Yours Most Graciously,
Miss Marcia
Motto: Still a-cookin' an' a-grinnin'!

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