Thursday, February 14, 2008

Valentine's Day Special

Plablognox’s Valentine’s Day Cookbook

Hesta and Thorndike invite you to borrow a recipe for romance from their Valentine’s Day Cookbook. Any fool knows the stomach is the most important erogenous zone. These treats are sure to leave you swooning with satiety.

Gondwanaland Pie
1 can raspberry pie filling

Mix the latter 5 ingredients in a bowl and then press 7/16 of it into a pie plate. Dump in the rasp filling. Form the remaining 9/16 of the crust concoction into a sheet resembling Gondwanaland of yore. Place Gondwanaland on top of the red sea (filling). Cook in the oven until the bloody sea starts to boil. Remove from the oven and wait for the thin-skinned thrusting to cease before tucking into it.

Bloody Snowballs (Fat Free Individual Raspberry Cheesecakes)

Mix up some fat free raspberry ricotta with some sugar. Scoop the mixture into a cupcake tin lined with muffin papers. Place dabs of raspberry jam atop the “snowballs.” Bake in the oven for a while.

Fried Cheese
Cheese (any kind will do)
Olive oil

Tomatoes give this entrée a festive splash of red, making the dish the perfect tool with which to woo your loved one.
Slice the tomatoes and place them in the frying pan with chunks of cheese and one cup of olive oil. Turn the heat on high and cook until the ingredients have fused into a large mass. Remove from heat and serve.

Margherita Pizza

Pizza dough
Fresh mozzarella
Fresh basil
Sliced Tomatoes

Make up the pizza like you usually do. Place it all in the oven and bake until the water from the tomatoes has created a sea in which the rest of the toppings are floating. The pizza is done.

V-Day Film Recommendations

Traditionally, Valentine’s Day is thought of as the celebration of the love between the members of a heterosexual human couple. However, the Plablognox Team has compiled a list of V-Day movie recommendations for non-traditional lovers. Enjoy!

Zoo – suggested for the pet lover. Curl up with your favorite furry friend and play this lighthearted comedy.

Crash – ideal for the automobile fiend. This recommendation refers to the David Cronenberg film.

Teeth – perfect for those who have vowed to wait until marriage to engage in physical love.

Citizen Kane – for the solo lover who has repressed much of his or her childhood and may suffer from megalomania.

Inland Empire – for those with big dreams and high hopes.

Peeping Tom – advised for loners— mostly scopophiles and voyeurs.

The Sopranos – this series is best suited for misogynists and sociopaths.

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