Moving out of my studio apartment to some bigger digs. And yes, I do have to part with some treasures that have been with me forever. Also have to part with some trash. Of course I am NOT referring to this Kevin Sorbo opus as refuse.
Big fan of the Summer BBQs. Just throw some dogs, burgers and chicken on the grill. Then side it up with some slaw or mac salad and I’m one happy camper. The one thing that’s always been the downer to me is the dessert. I was never a big fan of the timeless Jell-O fruitparfait thingy. And to me, watermelon is not a dessert. It belongs in afruit cocktail. So my suggestion, get a little avant kitch with TWINKIE®SUSHI. The folks at Hostess have put together this recipe that’s a cinch to make and will certainly be the crème de la cream filling of your party.
MY CHOICE OF MEAT:SMURF No contest. Just look at both creatures. Smurfs have (what looks to me like) thin skin and are basically hairless. They also seem pretty docile minus Jokey or Hefty Smurf. I think if you chop off a Smurf head and roast the body over an open flame it’d basically be like eating frog legs. That I can stomach. Especially with a splash of hotsauce.
WHY NOT FRAGGLES?
To me they seem to be a smidge more hyperactive and unpredictable.Fraggles also have fur and wear full outfits. Those are tell tale signs why they’d be a bitch to prep for cooking. Oh, and let's not gloss over the fact that Fraggles dwell in dark caves, while Smurfs live out in the open in delicious mushrooms (a perfect side with frog legs).
Personally, I kinda liked the bubble-gum pop, syrupy sweet, mega-ballads and anthems that came from the hair metal bands of the late 80s. Warrant. Winger. Poison. Totally my cup of Kool-Aid. Ok, I can maybe see the critics’ point of view about the lack of substance.
Universal Truth: White people like foods that come from carnivals. And now you can create carnival classics in minutes with this corn dog maker. Also works with frying pizza, candy bars, and more! Recipe booklet and sticks included.