[FHCx165] National Kitchen Klutzes of America Day

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There’s the old cliche which can be used in reference to quality cuisine: “Just like mom used to make.” SPom, as you may have seen over the past half-year of blog, is a font of cooking knowledge/experience with a large library of “greatest hits” recipes that have made (and will continue to make) many appearances during this Food Holiday Challenge. This day is not for her.

Rubbery potatoes au gratin.
Sahara-dry meat.
Burnt cookies.
A whole chicken cooked with the plastic bag of giblets still in it.

These are the feats of a true Kitchen Klutz, and there is no prouder Kitchen Klutz than AKma. Some people don’t care for the process of cooking because it doesn’t interest them, or they haven’t the time. Others (like AKmawould cook, but are admittedly not the best at it and, thus, do not enjoy it. So, as this day approached, we thought to ourselves: WWAD (what would AKma do)? Have someone else cook instead, of course!

Hide those oven mitts, because we’re going to Butcher and the Boar tonight!

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The Sausage Sampler. Wild Boar Hotlink, Texas Beef Link, and Berkshire Pork and Cheddar. Also pictured: a puddle each of barbecue sauce and mustard, some coleslaw, and pickled veggies.

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A lovely shareable side of Creole Cauliflower.

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Thick and buttery Texas Toast.

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And the main attraction… a beautiful Smoked Beef Long Rib with a Tabasco-molasses sauce. Also, more coleslaw.

Meat. Meat everywhere. And we didn’t have to make any of it! Kitchen Klutzes unite!

Tomorrow: National Strawberry Shortcake Day and National Bourbon Day.






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