16 October 2009

Come On In My Kitchen



A chance encounter with smoky temptation...

 


...led the mind a' wanderin'...

 


...the not-so-strangers in the night...




...eyed each other across the aisles...




...and a little mood music...

That's all it took, and something wonderful was about to happen, oh yes it was...


Kitchen Stories: Romance for the Belly  

19 comments:

  1. This sums up exactly why I married my husband. He gets the music on, gets in the mood and magic happens in the kitchen.

    Love your true story!

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  2. It IS photo essay week over on the Spin Cycle. This would count, Irish. You in?

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  3. Oh, jeez...now I have to wipe all this drool off of my keyboard...

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  4. I had to scroll really fast to get past the pork. Glad you're having fun in the kitchen. :-)

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  5. Uhh, leave out the pork hocks, substitute some chicken or something and then I'd be interested.

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  6. i was on my way out the door to your place, coat on and everything. and then i looked back and saw the cayenne pepper. and then i had to sadly turn around and go back to my desk. i'm sure you were too generous with the fire.

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  7. I ran screaming at the cayenne pepper.

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  8. yum.

    the bay leaves reminded me of Alton Brown's macaroni and cheese recipe.

    he's my new boyfriend.

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  9. That looks like it added up to yummy goodness!

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  10. let's get it on...waaaa...let's get it on...let's cook baby

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  11. A recipe after a Cajun's heart! Yummy.

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  12. Recipe puleez. Don't hold out on us man.

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  13. Great photo essay, just don't ask me to eat pork feet or whatever they are!

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  14. I am doin the jig and waiting for a plate! You should see the pork cuts I brought back from the land of hillbillies! yep cousins... Hope you are doing well my dear!

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  15. Add some of the Andouille sausage that I put in my chicken gumbo, tonight. And double the cayenne, cher. Then it will be perfect. :) Soon!

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