Monday, August 10, 2009


My kids that is. Son learned how to make the most amazing omlette in Afghanistan. He said that there are Indians who although due to religous reasons won't fight the war, will act as support.

One makes omlettes. These are more like crepes as you begin with a wide thin layer of egg.

For filling I finely chopped organic grass fed pork roast and fried it with home grown garlic, then we chopped green onions, used shredded cheese and chopped jalepinos, and sour cream.

He says you pile the filling in a pile in the middle....then after a bit you fold up the front flap, then the back flap, then each side, then use the spatula and flip it over off to the side but still on the grill. It will sit there and cook a bit and seal shut.

While it is cooking a bit more you can start the next one. It looks like a burito. But oh man is it wonderful!!

I love drinking coffee with my kids and talking. They are very cool.

Then I went out and cleaned out the chicken house. Raked the inside and loaded up all the rest of the firewood and took it out front for tonights fire.

Took the burnable stuff out to the bon fire.

Bad news though...the new dog Sara was helping (chasing crickets) and I noticed that she is going into heat. This is not good at all. I will be overrun with male dogs who will probably eat my chickens. I have the gun ready.


Captain's Wife - Jennifer said...

That does sound delicious! Glad to hear you are enjoying your time together - there is nothing like spending time with family, is there? Your son is a hottie! ;) Shhhh...don't tell hubby I said that! And I hope the boy dogs stay away...are you planning to get her fixed, or is she to breed?

Faith said...

I think I will try that. So good to have your kitchen filled with faces you love, laughter... just being there, being together.

Avoid trouble, get her fixed. I don't want to see anymore porch massacres. LOL



Oh I am getting her fixed. I have to wait til sept 28th though. They are only $60 for a large dog. She will be out of heat by then. Thanks Jennifer I think he's pretty cute myself. I am ok with normal breeding of registered labs, but there are just too many puppies who don't find a home. I don't want to take that chance. She is still way too under weight and it would take too much out of her.

Faith, doesn't it make life joyful to have company here the sounds of laughter and conversation???

Tara said...

Well, I for one DO want to see another porch massacre! Just not a dog, though. Possum are okay. ;-)

Sounds like you're having a nice time.