December 19th, 2004
|02:53 am - HELLO I AM A CHEF|
so the other day i decided i should make stirfry. i drove to shopnsave and got ginormous things of potatos and mushrooms because they were on sale. i have no concept of proper portions and serving sizes, so i didnt know how much i would need anyway. suffice to say, i now have enough for multiple tons of stirfries. but anyway! so i just fried up some potatos and mushrooms and cheese and seasonings (needs onion) and i was eating it and it was yummy, when i suddenly thought hey, some chocolate would be good in this! then i realized that would be ridiculous and probably terrible. but i kept thinking it, so i tossed some in, and hot damn if it's not delicious after all. i rule!
oh, and the new girl emma at work is suuuuuuper pretty, and seems cool, and is an indie snob, and had to buy new pants today cuz jen spilled soup all over her.
 there is a stereo in the main store. it generally does not get used except during closing (when jen cranks techno) for some reason, but when i work there i put on the radio. i don't work there very often though, for whatever reason. anyway though, i was there today and went to put in a cd (i had some cds in my bag that i'd brought in to play on wunh thursday) and jen said that dan the owner had told her the other day that if SRV (the company we are franchised from) caught us playing non-approved music, we would be fined 500$. this is super lame. what makes it funny though is the music we ARE allowed to play. they sent 3 approved cds: some crappy xmas music, jimmy buffett, and chicago. of all the music in the universe, THAT is what they have vetted and found acceptable.
 i now know that 2 potatos is approximately one meal. chop em up, toss on mushroom bits til it looks like a good mix. i also learned that it takes longer to cook potatos than i'd realized, especially since we don't have a frying pan so i was using a pot.
lately i always think it's a different day of the week than it is.
state: fine dining
np: pixies - complete 'b' sides - 08 - into the white
as a general rule, one to two potatoes per person does it. your stir fry mix amuses me....where are you peppers/onions? You could add celery and shredded carrots tooooo, and soy sauce. mmmm.
why don't you just hire me to be your personal HELLO I AM A CHEF
ps. why didn't you put goldschalger in your stirfry? mmmmmm?
your flavor combos rule my face off
Goldschlager improves EVERYTHING!
I want some of your chocolately stirfry!!!!
Hmmm, that sounded kinda dirty. . . .
|Date:||December 19th, 2004 09:56 am (UTC)|| |
Correction: Goldschlager improves everything except sobriety.
unless you consider being drunk an improvement on sobriety
it should rain goldschlager!
when you get up here, i will give you some of my chocolate stirfry
hahahahhaha beacuse that would have been gross
also because i don't have any
the other day i tried putting gin in my hot chocolate and it was AWFUL
i had not bought them! i am no more a master shopper than master chef, just yet
and celery is only good with peanut butter or mustard
okay!! what's your rate?
what kind of chocolate did you adddddd?
hersheys SPECIAL DARK chocochips
hmm.. *vomits repeatedly*
is there some other type of chocolate that would have made this delicious?
I once cooked up half a 5-lb bag to make mashed potatos (it was about 6 or 8 potatos in the 2.5 lbs). I was really hungry, so I ate a lot of it, and then I was really lazy, and I didn't want to put them in the fridge, so I decided I'd just eat all of it. 2.5 lbs of potatos in one sitting is a fucking LOT of potatos. I was nothing but a giant person-sized bag of potato goo at the end of it. I still can't believe I ate 2.5 lbs of potatos in one sitting.
And then? A couple months later, I did it again. You'd think I'd learn, one of these times.
hahah wow! color me impressed
It's kind of sad, really...
craptastic christmas music, Chicago, and Jimmy Buffet? try not to leave too many bloodstains on the floor after you go homicidal on the customers.
oh, yeah. well that's a given :) the cd was early chicago though, so we're safe