I am set with Anti-Vampire vaccines for a while. No Vampire will come near me for months!
The other day, I didn’t know what to make for dinner until I found a clay roasting pot. I put the chicken onions, and other vegetables in and noticed I had a lot of garlic lying here. So I cut off the top of several, poured in some olive oil and figured, “this will be a nice addition.”
I slow roasted the food, stuck in the refrigerator and did a bit of a Swiss bubba meal where I made a gravy from the chicken stock, pan fried some Swiss rosti potatoes (basically southern style shredded has browns) and then warmed up the chicken pieces into a mash of sorts.
Then I noticed all the garlic. “Why not just warm that all up. It is good for you!”
As I ate the garlic, it wasn’t perfectly roasted, but it was very good. Even better if you put a bit of that brown onion gravy over it. That made it even better
I ate, enjoyed the succulent flavor combination from such simple ingredients and went to bed.
Guess I ate too much garlic, “mark, you smell funny…did you eat garlic?”
Personally I don’t really care about the smell, but they had me do some odd technique garlic with mustard and then I had to swallow some mustard.
The only thing I know is that no vampire will get me and I have no idea if the smell has worked its way through my body with the “Swiss mustard” idea. I was just bummed that they didn’t serve a brat or hot dog with the mustard.
"Serve the hot dog as a side dish for the Mustard to make your idea seem a bit logical!"
Now I wonder what will happen when I go back to the USA and go to an Asian food buffet. “Variety! Spices! Oink oink oink! No mustard, please!”