Sunday, April 25, 2010

Counterpart Cuisine

Good Evening Ladies and Gentlemen!

Kavity Karl here with this weeks transmission from the kitchen. (From my own fillings no less!)
This week we were in the mood for some thing old...AND something new! In our defiant style of creative culinary chaos we decided to mix in a bit of some tried and true foods with the dastardly devilish delectables that we have become quite well known for!

So for this week we conjured up the "classic" Italian dish of Stuffed Shells. For this dish we threw together some ricotta cheese with a bit of parmesan and mozzarella, and topped it all with vodka sauce with porcini mushrooms.

Vodka Sauce with Mushrooms

Ricotta with Parmesan and Mozzarella

Keeping with our tradition of Cleverly Cooked Concoctions, we put a bit of a spin on this dish with the other end of our main course by turning it on its head. By using the other half of the shells, and the Grilling expertise of El Diablo, we tossed a pork loin marinated in A&W BBQ sauce on the flames and began one fiery hell-storm of flavor! By taking the now roasty and toasty chunk of piggy, we chopped her up in to itty-bitty pieces and tossed the poor ol' sow in with a sweet and hot sauté of habaneros, jalapenos, red-bell pepper, onion, and for good measure, a mango, and pureed it into a paste that would make the devil himself sweat bullets! Throw them into the al dente shells with a splash of Yucatan Sunrise hot sauce and pepper-jack cheese, and top it all off with the sauce from the depths of the underworld, and "BOOM!" you got yourself a original twist on a classic staple of Italian cuisine!


This little piggy went to market...

To balance this meal of ying and yang out we decided on a somewhat simple side dish of green beans with pepper-jack and a pinch of Mrs. Dash.

The Whole "SHE-BANG"!

And lastly, the Pièce de résistance....
Bananas Flambe!

That is a thing of beauty!

And to wash it all down, we invented our own tiki drink!


2 oz lime juice
2 oz spiced rum
2 oz coconut rum
1 oz blue curacao
1/2 oz simple syrup
1/2 oz orange juice

Mix it all together and pour it all into an appropriate tiki mug!

That's all for this transmission from the kitchen!