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Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Bison Sliders









I love bison meat. It’s rich and flavorful without being too gamey.  Personally, I prefer my bison meat cooked medium well. However, in order to achieve this feat, there is a danger that the meat will become dry and crumbly.

Through trial and error, I learned to lightly spread a little grapeseed oil onto the pan before placing the bison in it. I place the pan on a low heat for a few minutes and then I lay the bison sliders into it. I
Once they are all the bison sliders are arranged in the pan, I place a lid over it and let them cook for about 15 minutes on the low heat before turning them.

After I turn them once, I place the lid back onto the pan and let them cook for another 10 minutes or so.

Meanwhile, in a separate pan I am sautéing red onions and mushrooms in Spanish olive oil. Once they have finished cooking, I place them in a separate container and let them cool.
After the bison sliders are finished cooking, I place them onto a paper towel and let them drain a bit. After they have cooled I place them into a container and pack them away for tomorrow’s lunch.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

The Thing About Betrayal Is...















The thing about betrayal is that you never quite trust the perpetrator again.  Sure, you may be able to sit across a table from them and smile neutrally or resist the urge to assassinate their character.

Still, there is always a sense that you can never fully trust them again...not in the same way as you once did. There will always be an asterisk by their name in your Trust Hall Of Fame.

Once the trust has faded, what are you left with?

A low level of anxiety and the inevitability that they will betray you again and it will hurt much worse the next time around.

Why will the next time hurt worse?

Because, you know now what they are capable of and still you stayed... hope clinging to the walls of your heart.