Randy’s Recipes: Banzai Bowties

 

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Banzai Bowties (Randyjw; December 29, 2016)

 

 

Banzai

 

A hungering need sends me

insensibly seeking consumption

myriads of spices

in pyramids’ reflection

 

Irreverently beckon

its scent fragrant

and unlessened

the lessons of life’s

mysteries

Insistingly strengthened

 

Banzai — that’s why!

It’s the only thing

that’s said to work

when the rest is left

unshouted to the sky!

 

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Randy’s Recipes: Banzai Bowties (December 29, 2016)

 

Based on a true story. The scent of curry wafted sweetly to my olfactory senses, as I opened the cabinet door upon my kitchen spice shelf. There was no choice but to combine these bowties I’d planned to make kasha with, a Jewish dish of buckwheat, toasted in a coating of egg wash, mixed with cooked bowtie-shaped pasta (gentlemanly, to note the least) with the curry. What else? Penne, by any other name, would have seemed no substitute.

 

I could’ve used some of the remaining coconut I’d toasted for my Chanukah latkes, but that thought didn’t cross my mind. Instead, I selected the trusty standby, peanut butter (thank-you, peanut butter), and my newest purchase, Ponzu. What was I thinking? What was I going to do with this ponzu? And why did my fingers type the beginning of two mysterious letters not even that close to each other on the keyboard as if it should shout?

 

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Randy’s Recipes: Banzai Bowties (December 29, 2016)

 

Ingredients:

 

Bowtie pasta, cooked and drained; or others, to preference

Indian curry powder, to preference

Peanut butter, to preference

Ponzu, to preference

 

Mix well and enjoy!

 

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