I wish my ten fingers and ten toes were ever-growing Fingerling Potatoes that grew without a sense of feeling just as fingernails and toenails do. Every once in a while a good trimming and consumption is needed in this somewhat twisted fantasy, Jeffrey Fingerling Hands.
I grew up watching Robin Williams in various movies and will always be a fan of his. I named a sauce, Robin Dilliams, in honor of his talents and hilariousness. He also rode bicycles, so it is only right in this snow-blog, shaken vigorously only spraying 2016 Chicago Cubs champagne bubbles everywhere instead of false snow inside, world I have created.
Robin Dilliams ingredients:
- ‘Butter’, Earth Balance
- Dill Weed, chopped
- Sriracha, cock sauce
- Lemon, juices – no seeds, no stems
- Pizza sauce, or tomato sauce
- Corn Starch, for consistency
Heat, mix and love.
- Basmati Rice
- Split Peas, green
- Carrot, diced
- ‘Butter’, Earth Balance
- Tofu, extra firmly crumbled
- Parsley, chopped
I rode to the store on my muddy Trek Darth Vader for Tomatoes. It looks more like Spring, it was just super chilly today.
Fingerlinging Good ingredients:
- Robin Dilliams, heated
- Rice, heated w/ Bay Leaves removed
- Spinach, sliced
- Dill, chopped and a nice looking branch for garnish
- Oil, just a little
- Garlic, sliced
- Cashew, whole & raw
- Fingerling Potatoes, red and golden
- Lemon, juices no seeds nor stems
Sauté, strongly with Lemon/Sriracha/Balsamic added towards the end.
- Tomatoes, red and yellow cherry/grape
Add ingredients and season while simmering for a bit.
I constructed a Plant-Based amphitheater of flavorful texture where flavor battles texture in an exploding cherry tomato eruption of plant genocide fury. Battles which heighten senses in a disarray as intense as a LSD high might.
The foundation started with sliced Spinach and quickly to anchor the butchered Spinach was the damp Tofunated Rice embedded with Split Peas and Carrot still wet with Earth Balance.
I constructed the domed roof with massive blackened Fingerling Potatoes creating a solidly unbreakable structure and some lovely decor of Cherry Tomatoes to help the spectators feel at home.
The wonderful infrastructure is finished and held together with Cashews and Garlic. No amazing accomplishment is final without splashing a little color and a flag to truly represent what this all means. Robin Dilliams covered roof and exterior pillars stand tall with an enormous flag flapping in the gusty breeze at the very top symbolizing non other than Dill.
I leave you with this awesome jam:
Ghosts of the Midwinter Fires