Hence, The Missing Leg

Roasted a surprisingly adequate Misty Knolls chicken on Sunday night.  This is a $15 bird that has enough meat on the bones to serve a couple of dinners and three lunches for two people at each meal, which means a breakdown of $1.50 per person.  That’s a lot better than the $30 per person that some restaurants charge for a helping of this very chicken.

I ate the leg and thigh.  Hence, the missing leg.

Speaking of food matters, I had a lovely, summer only dish yesterday at a noodle joint: Cold noodles with seaweed and steamed pork.  Small, good portion.  $10, good for the restaurant, and delicious.

Appetite in summer is shaped of course by stimuli in the environment.

So it’s lots of steaming and poaching and vegetables.

 

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