Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Greek Pot Casserole

Doombot Newt has stumbled in his campaign to be Doom's proxy in America. Doom is displeased. Doom spent countless hours (well, countless for Richards because it was more than four) assembling the perfect Doombot for this mission. Doom should receive praise solely for not applying his sterling visage onto this candidate avatar. The physical perfection alone would win the vote of all the Americans. But that victory would ring hollow. It might satisfy lesser men (hello, Richards), but for a Von Doom, such simple wins aren't worth getting out of bed.

So why, we must ponder, is Doombot Newt faltering? Not for the scope of ideas. Doom shan't apologize for those. Doom's notions cannot be presented in low resolution for the masses. The ideas of Doom are hi-def all the way, peasants. It is for you to catch up. Evolve yourselves. Moon bases are merely the tip of the genius iceberg upon which your feeble brains crash and founder.

No, Doom saddled his automaton with a ludicrous moral orientation and poor physiology to make the campaign competitive. But behold! Doom, once again, surpassed his own standard! Even subconsciously Doom excels. Doom is not surprised to be surprised by his accomplishments. Doom's effortless brilliance is an all-day lollipop.

Speaking of abundance of glory, Doom brings to you a recipe that will provide copious leftovers, perfect for bolstering all in winter's grasp.

Greek Pot Casserole
There exist recipes for meals that will not last beyond that night's repast. This is not one of them. This is a dogpile of grub to provide quick, hearty meals to warm your bones.

16 ounces ground beef/lamb
1 large onion, chopped
4 cloves garlic
20 ounces beef broth
1 box elbow macaroni
2 cups carrots, chopped
2 cups cauliflower, chopped
1 28-ounce can diced tomatoes
1 small can tomato paste
2 tablespoons crushed marjoram
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon crushed nutmeg
1 cup feta cheese crumbles

Doom commands you to:

+ Put meat, garlic, onion, and vegetables in your largest pot over medium heat for ten minutes or until meat is browned.

+ Add macaroni and broth to mixture. Bring to boiling and reduce to simmer, covered, for ten minutes.

+Add tomatoes, paste, and herbs/spices to mixture. Bring again to boil before simmering for at least ten minutes.

+ Serve under cheese crumbles.

Behold Doom's own cornucopia:


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