the low gravy

MOSQUITO: Huh… actually, yeah I’m kind of curious if he brought Stripe with him too?

MOSQUITO: He’s been known to freak out so much that he forgets stuff, so I wouldn’t put it past him I guess.

MOSQUITO: Hey, Wonder Tweek?

WONDER TWEEK: …Ugh, what.

MOSQUITO: I know you’re um, still mad at me and stuff, but…

MOSQUITO: I don’t think I remember seeing you take Stripe with you on the way out?

MOSQUITO: Do you have her with you?

WONDER TWEEK: Stripe? Since when do you care about Stripe?

MOSQUITO: I dunno! She’s like a child to us all at the base!

MOSQUITO: A sweet, innocent daughter who only deserves the highest care and affection!

WONDER TWEEK: I bought her! Stripe is mine and Craig’s, not yours!

WONDER TWEEK: If you’re trying to get me to feel bad for you or something–

MOSQUITO: No, bzz! I’m just

MOSQUITO: She’s just.

MOSQUITO: People on the blog–



MOSQUITO: Is she in your pocket?

WONDER TWEEK: Ghhgfhgj! She probably heard you say her name! I’m pretty sure she was sleeping!


WONDER TWEEK: Thanks for waking her up, jerk!


MOSQUITO: Can I PLEASE take a picture this is an URGENT SUPER HERO MATTER.

WONDER TWEEK: Agggh, fine! If you’ll just stop talking to me afterwards!

MOSQUITO: No promises!

MOSQUITO: Oh she is SO good.

WONDER TWEEK: Try not to get me in the picture, I don’t need shit tons of pictures of me all over the internet!

MOSQUITO: I promise I’ll crop you out, I only want the goodgood here.

When you remember that pack of sausages in the freezer….

Carbquik simple drop biscuits topped with sausage gravy and fried eggs

Gravy was made by browning sausage, draining off some of the fat. Sprinkled with about ¼ teaspoon of xanthan gum, then added in ½ cup heavy whipping cream and ½ cup of water. Tons of pepper, a little salt. Reduce until thick


Country fried steak with mushroom gravy,  green beans and garlic cauliflower mash

dredged four seasoned hamburger patties in egg and then pork rinds. Fry until golden. For the gravy I sauteed slice mushrooms and onion in olive oil. Deglazed the pan with a few shakes of worcestershire sauce. Added heavy whipping cream and reduced until thicken. Season with salt and pepper


Orecchiette with Chorizo Gravy

Submitted by cookingwithleftovers

It took me until the last mystery box to discover that not using every ingredient in the box was the way to go. The ‘little ear’ pasta is my favorite kind, so that is the star of this dish, mixed with creamy, thick, spicy, earthy gravy sauce.. Cozy comfort food.

2 ½ cups dry orecchiette pasta, cooked
1 ½ cups reserved pasta water
4 pads of butter
1 tablespoon of flour
2 chorizo sausage links
2 big sticks rosemary (about 2 tablespoons, chopped), divided
asparagus stalks and ½ lemon
tomato garnish

Cook the pasta al dente with about ½ tablespoon rosemary in the boiling water, and reserve the cooking liquid. Squeeze the chorizo out of the casings and into a hot pan. Cook until crispy.

Remove ¾ of the chorizo from the pan; add butter and flour. Cook on low heat for 5 minutes until combined, then add the pasta water slowly- a little at a time- mixing into the flour and cooking on low heat until gravy-like. Add in the remaining rosemary and season well with salt and pepper. After another 5 minutes or so, fold in the chorizo.

Cook the asparagus with the lemon in the oven- 350 degrees for about 20 minutes.

In a bowl, add a big spoonful of pasta, a big spoonful of chorizo gravy, a few tomato quarters as a garnish, and top with some asparagus.

Just plan to take a nap afterwards..