Frostey's Mind Unplugged

Saturday, June 24, 2006

Récipé Nombre Une: Ézãngústé of Frostonia

Hallo. Before I start the titled article, I would love to say that I started the day off w/ a lovely trip to the grocery store, where I redescovered the incredibly diverse CHEESE section! I ran around it a bunch, wiffing and smeeling all the wundervolle Käse*! I decided that I shouldn't just buy gouda & cheddar, but also some other unique cheese!
Sorry. Anyway, I would like to introduce a recipe for a unique dish of mine: Ézãngústé! It is the nation dish of my made-up country of Frostonia. It's pronouned /Ey-zah-ngoo-stey/ to suit English-speakers, or /ezɑ̃ŋyste/ in Frostan for all of those special IPA experts out there, including me. Anyway, I think it's DU-licious! Here's what you do:
You need tofu, soysause, a bannana, and cracker crumbs. For cooking, there's the gas stove, a small frying pan, some vegetable oil, and plastic spatula.
First, you take out the pan, put it on the stove, and spread some vegetable oil on it, and turn it on. You put some of the sliced tofu and bananna on it and cook it by flipping it with the spatula from time to time. Early in the process, put some soy sause on the tofu and the banannas. When you are done with the frying, turn off the stove and serve the Ézãngústé with the spatula, sprinkle the cracker crumbs on the stuff, and of course, eat it!
-Eben/ Frostchii

*wundervolle Käse: German for "wonderfull cheeses." Pronouced /'Voon-dir-vohl-uh' Kehs'-uh'/

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

The summer is HERE!

Note: I pretty much gave up on the Esh and Ezh thing. If you would still want it, post a comment.
Stilig*! I am so glad that my only school year where I am 13 years-old is OVER! I had a low-friend year and depression from some cannelloniish** loads of work. I definatly got straight A's, but I was often in a lack of peace of mind... a war of mind?
Anyway, I got back from an end-of-the-year field trip at Canobie Lake Park! The graduation was not as signifigant as I thought (I'm going to high school!). But the dance was great; I actually participated in it, unlike the last few dances this year; I was admired!

Well, I am very excited about the summer. I gonna have a family reunion, do some drama improv with my friends; go for two weeks of Friends/ Quaker Camp in China, Maine; hang out with some friends, make more cartoons, 4th of July, &cetera.

Speaking of the 4th, I should tell you that I am actually very liberally patriotic, along with liking other cultures at the same time; I said I was "unpatriotic" previously because my words were mislead by those political cartoons. What I really meant was that I was not satisfied with the Gov't's rule. Now, I personally think that the gov't is not the country because anyone could run no matter how stupid, smart, productive, lazy, violent, or peacefull they are! In fact, the gov't could be very unpatriotic by abolishing freedom of speech or ruining our reputation, which the Bush administration seems to be trying to do.
I mean, without freedom of speech, there would be no art, everything would be owned by the gov't, no-one could be allowed to disaggree, nothing could improve, and, well, it would be like the Third Reich or communist gov't! It would not be a democratic-republic anymore! Yuck!

Well, anyway I don't want to make this post sound any more unpleasant as it is. :) Kalimera! (Greek for "goodday.")

-Eben "Frosté"

*stilig /stihlee/- Norwegian word for "cool."
**cannelloniish: overwhelmingly large