Category Archives: Breakfast

I Have A Dream

I have a hard time understanding someone being prejudice towards a certain race or creed.  Don’t get me wrong, those who know me know that I am extremely prejudice, but I don’t discriminate.  I just don’t care for people. 

Well, it appears prejudism runs deep in our Twisted family.  The other day, I was making one of my Cajun classics, when Siete comes in ranting and raving about how she hates Cajuns.  I don’t mean dislike or just don’t care for, I mean out and out hatred.  Seems that husband number three (Vermilion Parish Cajun) ran off with a hussy at the local bar and left her to take care of the kids and the….well you know, blah, blah, blah.  Without wading too deep into shallow waters of her mind, I quickly changed the subject and asked her to try the boudin I was making……well it appears Cajun cuisine left an even worst taste in her mouth than her ex-husband…..”Those ?*!@##@^&, sons a bitches are a bunch of ?>(&^%^#@ and can’t cook for the life of them.  Cajun food is nothing but a bunch of pig lips and assholes, much like Tres”.  Well then, there will no dinner for you. 

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Merry Christmas

With Santee Claus on his way, so I am keeping this short and sweet. 

Since being knee high to a grasshopper, I can always remember my mom making these treats every Christmas morning.  Similar to Thanksgiving turkey, these delicious morsels only came once a year.  Why, I don’t know; but every year, I couldn’t wait to get my grubby little hands on those warm muffins, slathered in melting butter.  I hope your family enjoys them as much as I.   

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Forced Family Fun

Family Christmas!  What a joyous occasion.  Family and extended family all congregating in one house spreading tidings and joy.  Uncle Ralph telling the joke about the Rabi, the rag head and the “you fill in the blank”, Aunt Bertie telling all the women folk what they are doing wrong in the kitchen, Little Joey showing all the younger kids his latest collection of porno mags…….If that ain’t Christmas, I don’t know what is. 

Family antics aside, the one thing we can usually count on is good food.  As good food goes, it usually isn’t very healthy.  But it is the holidays and calories don’t really count.  Here is a recipe my family serves every Christmas morning.  It is good, unhealthy and fairly easy to make. 

Mexican Christmas Casserole

1 lb  Mexican chorizo

1 t  dry mustard

1 can Rotel

½ t salt

4 eggs, beaten

½ c  sour cream

1.5 c milk

6 slices white bread, cubed*

8 oz Mexican blend cheese, shredded

1 c  Tostitos, slightly crumbled

In a medium skillet, brown chorizo over medium heat.  Once evenly browned, drain and set aside.

In large mixing bowl, mix together mustard powder, salt, eggs and milk.  Add chorizo, Rotel, sour cream, bread, chips and cheese, stirring until evenly coated.  Pour into a greased 9×13 Pyrex baking pan dish, sprinkle more cheese on top, cover with aluminum foil and refrigerate overnight. 

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.  Once heated, bake covered casserole for 45 minutes.  Remove foil, reduce oven to 325 degrees F and cook for another 30 minutes or until set.

* Stale bread works best.  If you do not have stale bread, cube fresh bread and toast in oven to remove some of the moisture.

 **  If you really like spicy food, add some fresh chopped jalapenos.

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