Saturday, February 9, 2008

And Yet Another Cherry Popped!

Wow, it's been a big weekend! Today was another first for me, Master and I attended the KinkyNic for the first time. Never mind we've been trying to attend for over a year, today was the day thanks to our dearest friend Lady Esenem, we made it.

And what a perfect day it was. Beautiful weather, a sunny, yet chilly day, with a great fire going, plenty of warm and friendly people (of course!) And scrumptious food :) (Even if I did have to use a port-a-potty *pout* *pout*)

I finally met a long-time friend from the internet, one lovely Plant-Lady, was able to put some other faces with names, got to see many other friends known from other places (always a pleasure,) and met a bunch of super folks.

I know I had a wonderful time, and I'm glad we went. But really - 2 cherries gone in two days??? whew, I'm exhausted!! lol

Of course, the wonderful Lady we were there with is one of those friends who is a gift I give myself, and I'm so happy to have her in my life. thanks for letting me tease you, and for letting me come to your defense and stand up for you too. (Had to throw that in, just in case you forgot I did that too, lol.)

OMG - I almost forgot - a 3rd cherry - today was the first time in my life I ever ate crappola too, roflmao!!!

Be sure to ask the nice Lady for the recipe. :)


  1. Crappola? However did I miss *that*?

    It was great meeting you today. I hope you'll come to the nic again, and/or that I get to see you again soon in some other context!


  2. ~Giggles~

    Yep, that's some good crappola I make! Even Costa/DAR wanted me to make it next weekend. Pffft! Like I'm one of his slaves.

    Recipe is to follow:

    1 package of hot & spicy Italian sausage (from the meat department, raw)
    1 large head of cabbage
    1 can Stewed Tomatoes (squished)
    Garlic Powder
    Hot Pepper Flakes (optional)

    Cut the raw sausage into small pieces and cook in a large pot until done.

    Slice the cabbage in chunks or shreds, (NOT fine like coleslaw)

    Place on top of cooked sausage. Squish tomatoes into small pieces and add the juice over top of the cabbage.

    Sprinkle with Garlic Powder and Pepper Flakes.

    But lid on pot and simmer for 30 minutes.

    Viola! It's Crappola!