Saturday, August 01, 2009

Eating Crow - part II

Yeah, I've got a big fork here.. but look at what this one has on it.. first, it comes with the original aluminum propane tanks - not pictured.

It has one of these on-board 12v propane powered Onan Generators for charging the batteries - perfect for boondocking (which may end up in the SOTR)....

It has a nice little catalytic heater that will take the chill off the office on those chilly fall / spring days.
It has one of these night double step aluminum steps


And it's one of those International models.... love the Red, White and Blue.

Now, for an office, how can I go wrong. Plus, it'll probably be hid in the barn so people don't know I have a 70s Airstream.

6 comments:

utee94 said...

It's like I don't even know you anymore.

-Marcus

Brad Norgaard said...

Call the police, someone has taken over Rob's blog.

Frank's Trailer Works said...

Crow and Mushroom Stew

3 crows
1 Tbsp lard/shortening
1 pint stock or gravy
2 Tbsp cream
1/2 cup mushrooms
salt and pepper
cayenne pepper

Clean and cut crows into small portions and let them cook a short time in the lard/shortening in a saucepan, being careful not to brown them.
Next, add to the contents of the pan, the stock or gravy, and salt, pepper and cayenne to taste.
Simmer 1 hour, or until tender, add mushrooms, simmer 10 minutes more and then stir in cream.
Arrange the mushrooms around the crows on a hot platter.

Frank's Trailer Works said...

Crow Casserole

Ingredients:
6 crow breasts
1 quart sauerkraut
6 strips bacon
1/3 cup chopped onion

Directions:

In a skillet, brown the crow breasts, then place them on a 1-1/2-inch layer of sauerkraut in the bottom of a casserole dish.

Cover each piece of meat with a strip of bacon and onion. Cover the breasts with another layer of sauerkraut and pour sauerkraut juice over it.

Bake for two hours in a 350 degree preheated oven.

Steve "Dancin" Hansen said...

It's April 1st already?

csoich said...

Hahahaha! Nice green shag carpeting, Rob!

Welcome to the world of the 70's, with the particulate paneling, bad carpeting, and some of the original parts that still work! ;-)

Craig

(p.s. I was the guy with the torn vent stack, and the one that wanted to trailer the Vespa in the airstream...)

http://airstream.studiosoich.com