Posted by Salivating Gnome on September 21, 1999 at 18:03:36:
In Reply to: Re: Message to Miss Polly Anna & Mutterings from the Hickory Perch posted by Miss Gaylee Cooper on September 21, 1999 at 17:27:37:
Oh my, Miss Gaylee Cooper, you have my little forest green tunic soaking from my drooling over such a scrumptious meal. I will indeed pick some very tasty mushrooms for that broth! And I THINK I know where we MIGHT be able to get that green chicken.
Do I see one on yon perch? Hmmmmmmmmm?????
Such a lovely meal, we shouldn't let a little thing like a missing green chicken stand in the way!
Growling (stomach) Gnome
: : : "Screeeeech! I'm such a good bird! Good, good Basil! Basil wants grits 'n' grease! Grits 'n' grease! Squ'ark!!"
: : "creak! I'm such a good gnome. Green Chicken Soup! Green Chicken soup! Gnome wants Green Chicken Soup!"
: Dear Hungry Gnome,
: Why you poor starving little thing you! I do believe my great grandmama had a perfectly scrumptious recipe for Green Chicken Soup, and I do think - - - yes, YES - - here it is among my treasured family recipes. We are in luck. Let me see, chives and carrots (I have those growing in my garden); new potatoes (those are keeping down in the root cellar); mushroom broth (I daresay you can come by some fine mushrooms in the woods, skilled as you be in searching out those little delicacies); one plump green chicken, scalded - - dear me, that seems to be the only thing we have to acquire. But if we can come by all the ingredients, just imagine the meal it would make with a loaf of hot yeast bread just out of the oven with fresh dairy butter and a fine bumper of Old Frothingslosh to wash it down. And I might think about baking a blueberry pie for dessert. Would such a meal from my humble kitchen appeal to you, Dear Wee Gnome? Let's talk.
: Miss Gaylee Cooper
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