Recipe for Crazy

Posted by Jen on September 28, 2008 in Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of... |

My Room to Write assignment for today is to write a recipe about an abstract concept. The suggestions listed are the usual suspects: love, hate, truth, beauty, etc.

The first thing that came to my mind was “crazy”. What is the perfect recipe for crazy? Thought I’d give it a shot! Today is a GREAT day to describe crazy!

Jen’s Cream of Crazy Chowder

A thick, hot soup guaranteed to warm you up from the inside out. Add your own flair using your “favorite” additions! This family tradition is easily customized to suit everyone’s tastes!

1 cup exhaustion (You can use physical or mental. For extra bold flavor, use both!)
1/2 cup high temperatures (You can substitute any temperature that necessitates inside play and/or work.)
1/4 cup noise (Do not settle for basic ambient. Use the loud, shrill, never-ending variety.)
1 tbsp whine
1 tbsp silly
1 tsp of repeating yourself

1 tbsp to-do list (The longer the better, but any size will do.)
dash of no escape
smidgen of drama (Don’t over do it. Too much here will not end well.)

1. In a small space, mix exhaustion, temperature, and noise.

2. Blend in whine and silly. Fold in other ingredients.

3. Mix until well blended.

4. Heat, stirring constantly, over internal temper for about 2 1/2 minutes.

NOTE: Individual internal tempers will vary so be careful not to scorch.

This dish is best served piping hot with garlic toast. No additional garnish is necessary. It will be spicy enough.

Crazy Chowder should not be eaten as a meal. It should be paired with non-spicy entree like Drama Free Patience Pot Roast. Complte the meal with a nice wine or adult beverage of your choice!

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  • Jen says:


    Yeh, I did it Sunday afternoon in the 30 minutes that BK decided to sleep. This is actually what the house was like!

    I did not have any adult beverages or Patience Port Roast available either!

  • Debra J says:

    This is so creative! It made me laugh…was this done over the weekend when you were home all day with kiddos? ;o)

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