I Am The God of Culinary Improvisation

Just whipped up an extremely simple, completely improvised lunch, working with what was available, that was yummy enough that I want to share. So, without further ado, the recipe:

Buffalo Joes

I took some leftover chicken that had used to make quesadillas the other night: Boneless skinless chicken breast, cut into cubes and cooked in pre-packaged taco seasoning (chili powder, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, pepper, etc.). Nice, but I wasn’t in the mood for Mex. So, I took some store-bought “buffalo wing” sauce, applied to the chicken, and microwaved until hot.

I put the chicken chunks on hamburger buns, and hit each pile will a bit of blue cheese salad dressing.

Bam. There ya have it. Buffalo Joes. Like sloppy joes, but more…..buffalo-ey.

Tasty as hell, too.

Of course, now my mouth is burning and my nose is running…..but that’s a good thing.

Disgusting? Yes. Surprising? No.

A new CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll of 1,003 adults found that 50 percent of those polled believe it’s OK to forgo warrants when ordering electronic surveillance.

50 percent.

I guaran-fucking-tee you that it “just happens” to work out regionally, with those 50 percent largely coming from Red states.

EDITED TO ADD: AP has a poll that skews the other way, with 56% saying that a warrant is required, but still—I can’t believe a clear issue of criminality like this is polling anywhere NEAR 50/50, no matter how it swings.