Sunday, December 5, 2010

Domestic Update: SPECIAL EDITION


Domestic Update: SPECIAL EDITION

If you read this morning's Domestic Update you learned I was spurned by a certain Women's magazine that will remain nameless. So, I decided to get on with my life. I drove the little tractor out to the Bean Barn and picked the above pictured bountiful harvest. Is that a watermelon in the back of the picture you ask? Why yes, that is a fresh watermelon picked on December 5. What magazine would not want to feature such a wonderful December Harvest on their cover.

I am contemplating starting a new magazine called Country Persons. This magazine would not display sexist or racists policies, and would be open to stories on all Country Persons.

OK, tomorrow Mrs. PJM and I are going to make MOASF (Mother of All Stir Fries). We will start with some fresh organic chicken. We will marinate the chicken in wine, vinegar, olive oil, rosemary, basil, and thyme. We have one of those vacuum marinaters that will marinate chicken in 5 minutes. Then we will grill the chicken outside over pecan wood. We will then cut the chicken thinly, and stir fry it in olive oil with the above vegetables. The stir fry will have more wine and spices stirred in. We will then enjoy out on the balcony with fresh watermelon. This will potentially serve as a feature article in our new Country Person magazine.

They will Rue the Day. Oh yes, they will Rue the Day.

8 comments:

  1. I loved all the craziness. Both sides of the issues are entertaining. How about a magazine called MOASF. It would show all the steps to making stir fries, including the planting of the seed, watering, tractor driving and harvesting. This magazine would also tie into your recent comment that no one produces anything anymore. You'll show them. Ah yes you'll show them, and I hopefully along with others will read along.

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  2. That is the spirit PJM. Drive those snobbish magazine people out of business.
    I might even buy you issue when you publish.

    What a great looking harvest you have there.

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  3. Roger,
    Perhaps Country Person's magazine will be a free online publication. Hit them where it hurts by making my magazine free.
    PJM

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  4. I like the direction of this Country Person's Magazine and would like to know subscription details. All I ask is a monthly article called: MOASF.

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  5. You go, guy! I live in a house of women with a female dog, so I feel your pain in being treated as you were by the magazine and even Mrs PJM. (she wasn't playing fair using logic to cloud the issue).

    Set your pictures up to show you more than the ladies and they will have to show respect.

    Wonderful looking food! Put a subscription to Country Person Magazine up for me!

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  6. Well, you get my vote. A man's magazine and free to boot.

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  7. Roger,
    It is not a man's magazine, it is a person's magazine.
    PJM

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  8. But...where is this famous tamale site?

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