Thursday, April 24, 2008

Year One

The records show that one year ago today Tamalehawk got tangled in the internet, shimmying his torso through a tiny hole in the tangled web of information, and, from a collection of binary twigs and data dander, made a comfortable place to call his own. The time since then has been wrought with adventure, rife with recalcitrant bloviating, and replete with recherche reactions. As he dips and dives through the perilous clime of the culinary eatscape, he looks forward to the future food that will prove to soothe his endless hunger.

Curry Cauliflower Emergensoup: Roast your chopped on cauliflower on a baking sheet with some salt, pepper, and olive oil, mere moments before the void beckons it forth. When they are an appealing shade of brown around the edges, toss them into your soup pan over medium and add curry powder, probably any other Indian spices you like, and chicken stock. Then, you know the drill, lock and load your immersion blender and pulverize until smooth. Add some cream and butter and serve. Think about the year of eating ahead and get dizzy with hunger. Yes, Tamalehawk gets future hungry even while he's eating. It's sad, really.


  1. I don't know if it was purposeful, and I don't know if it will last, but your posts in the last week have all been kosher-for- passover-(style). On behalf of your entire jewish communal following, thank you Tamalehawk.

  2. Does there exist a vegetable that cannot be pureed with chicken stock and served in the event of eatmergency? The rhubarb, I'd wager.

    (Also, the muscle memory in your wingtips may -- MAY -- have betrayed you slightly into typing "wrought" instead of "fraught." If I'm wrong, feel free to savage me about the face and scalp with your terrifying talons.)

  3. Also also, congratulations on year one. May you continue to amuse and astound from the area of your aerie for many more.

  4. Hank - Tamalehawk prefers to think of life like a towering totem of timber, wing-wrought with adventure embellishment for all to admire and aspire to.

    Alex - Tamalehawk is proud to have sweetly swooped into another cultural culinary corner. He hopes his messipes can be shared by all nations and peoples!