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Monday, July 28, 2014

The Fiscal Cliff Cookbook - Eat Reasonably Well During The Apocalypse - With Social Commentary Cliff Notes

The Fiscal Cliff Cookbook - Eat Reasonably Well During The Apocalypse - With Social Commentary Cliff Notes was a free kindle book when this post was written.

Political satire, humor, essay, and cookbook. The Fiscal Cliff Cookbook is the world's greatest FISCAL CLIFF SOUVENIR and fusion cookbook of political satire and recipes. LIMITED TIME ONLY, just like the fiscal cliff itself?

Fiscal cliff this, budget deal that. We all could use a reasonably good meal and a few laughs.

(excerpt from The Fiscal Cliff Cookbook by Stephen R. Winter)

Catastrophic Default Pork And Beans

(If the future does not fare well, this recipe may in time become Catastrophic Default Beans.)

Pork and beans are a classic American dish. I picture hobos enjoying the fresh air while opening a can of pork and beans as their legs hang off a freight train box car.

Well that is a more pleasant thought than catastrophic anything else.

The numbers and adjectives being spoken by the faces on television are significant. Yet they are being repeated until we are all numb.
If this was a hurricane en route, people in the subject area would be implored to evacuate. But this is a moneycane, and this is home.

When we are blank in response to the word catastrophic; when we are unmoved by the officialized threat of the worst that all but the oldest among us have lived; when every night we look at our beautiful flat high definition television sets, and are told in beautiful, flat, high definition, that financial hell is coming, and none of us will find out how true that is until we are standing in it; when we are hammered with very real crap like this, every day, AS WE ARE, and then go to sleep as if it was all just a television show, then the question ought be asked, “what time would you like to be woken up?”

Oh, yeah, here’s a recipe for Catastrophic Default Pork And Beans.

Catastrophic Default Pork And Beans


1. Boneless whole pork loin roast, approximately 3 pounds.
2. Canned pork and beans, approximately 45 ounces.
3. 1 large sweet onion.
4. 2 cups barbecue sauce.
5. ½ cup brown sugar.
6. 2 garlic cloves chopped up.

How To Cook It:

1. Cut the pork roast in half and place in a slow cooker.
2. Cut the onion into medium thin slices and place over the pork roast.
3. Mix the canned pork and beans, barbecue sauce, brown sugar, and garlic cloves in a bowl.
4. Pour the mix from the bowl over the pork roast.
5. Cover and cook for 7 hours on low.
6. Take the roast out and shred it.
7. Put the roast back in the slow cooker for 1 hour.
8. Step 8 is eating.

Please note that although pork and beans is often enjoyed with corn bread, this is Catastrophic Default Pork And Beans, thus the corn bread is left out.


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