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So I Guess I Haven’t Drunk Blogged in a While

Posted by on January 6 2009 in Recipe, Veggie

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I’m just gonna be honest.  My lovely boyfriend, 80 Proof, just made me a dirty martini (2 olives) and fine, I totally chugged it.  And now I’m going to have another.  He’s sipping on this supreme bourbon, Pappy Van Winkle, that I bought from Burnie at Chat’s Liquors.

And we’re watching Flight of the Conchords which is a super fucking funny show.  I mean, music videos in the middle of a sitcom – YES!  I mean, check out the lyrics to this song that may or may not be called “Boom” (2nd episode) — She’s so hot / she’s like curry. Marc (Maid’s bf) played an episode for me after the EAGLES totally kicked the ass of his Vikings.  EAGLES. PLAYOFFS. KICK. FUCKING. ASS.

Okay, so remember yesterday when I posted a dip recipe.  Well, for that very same party, which was a gathering of 80′s frat brothers, I made another dip (and a whole lot of other shit – I mean, an out of control amount of food.  And even though we were blazingly drunk, I think we snapped photos of every dish.) Anyway, this dip came together a lot easier than that bastard raw onion/roasted veggie dip.

Oh, and I got an iPod from SAG.  I used to have one.  But then it died.  Wait for it.  There’s food involved.  Pizza Hut sent me this promo for free songs.  Here, take a look.

Anyway, thank christ that I took notes while making this dip, otherwise, um, this post would be screwed.  And if you’re wondering why I’m drinking on a Monday night – it was my first day back at my other job since Dec 23.   I needed an effing stiff drink.

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Here are the rough notes:

Sesame White Bean Dip

mash 3/4 of cannelili, reserve rest
mash w/ a bit of olive oil (or seasme oil)
add in 1/2 lemon juice
toast sesame seeds – add in to dip
add in lemon zest
thyme
salt, pepper
cumin
garlic powder (bs link)
seasme oil
gently combine whole beans and rice noodles (rice noodles provide an awesome cruch, plus a salty flavor)
taste
when ready to serve – set some rice noodles on bottom, then spoon on dip, top with noodles, seasme seeds and lemon zest

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4 Responses leave one →
  1. Very Very Good Girl permalink
    January 6, 2009

    Jeb sat through one episode of flight of the conchords and decided it was too wierd. I thought it was hilarious! We watched the one that has a robot video in the middle & a great song about crying. http://www.hbo.com/conchords/img/episode/lyrics_sally.pdf

    PS 80 proof teach Jeb how to make a dirty martini!

  2. Maidelitala permalink*
    January 6, 2009

    love it. LOVE IT! I thought you’d put the rice noodles on oatmeal when I first saw it. Now I get it though. Looks yummy
    I love beans…….mmmm…..

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