- Carolyn Tillie Nov 6, 2001 01:18 AM
Okay, in a previous post on eating meat, I told of a bumper sticker I own:
"Red meat is not bad for you; Green, fuzzy meat is bad for you."
Well, when I became game-meat-obsessed, my Venison supplier (a nice, queer hunter who lives in Nebraska and sends me his excess kill), sent me a whole set:
"Support Cannibalism. Eat Me!"
"Braise the Lord - 450 degrees for 90 minutes. Add Veggies. Season to taste."
"If I wanted your opinion, I'd read your entrails."
"Everything I know I learned by killing smart people and eating their brains!"
No - none of them are actually stuck on my car. I told the guy I would need a '54 Red Ford Truck with gun rack to put these on... He's thinking about it.
re: Christopher Oliver
I just tried braising a leg of lamb (Angus Dei?) at 450 for 5 hours, merging 2 similar recipes from Russ Parson's "How to Read a French Fry" and Patricia Wells' "Bistro Cooking". Anyone else ever do this? It was a little scary to have the oven screaming hot for so long, and I'm sure my Le Creuset pot wouldn't last forever if I cooked like that every day, but it was a tender and tasty meal.
re: Tom Meg
Never fear. LeCreuset's 100 year guarentee will take care of you, your children, and your children's children. I have had some of their pots 20 years and more.
As I wanted to buy some kitchenware for my kids who were setting up households, I thought I'd take LC up on their guarantee. I returned to them those pots where the bottoms had crackled and spauled. No problem, they sent brand new pots to me in my color of choice.
So I've started my kids' LeCreuset kitchen for them. I've heard All Clad also has a lifetime guarantee.
Proudly displayed on my Town & Country mini-van, and now my signature:
"I eat my road kill."
When I worked at the zoo I was asked, understandably, at several events, to "back my car in " up to a wall. :)
During the heyday of the "Honk if You Love Jesus" bumperstickers I wanted to make one for my car that said "Honk if You Love Cheeses." Never got around to it, though...