Perhaps you don’t know this, but I’m really a multi-talented girl Not only can I do make-up, shop, and lift up to 2 lbs with my cock . . . I can also cook! And I know you might be asking what the heck cooking has to do with crossdressing (other than I love running around the kitchen in my panties and heels, and I’ve been known to use kitchen utensils as sex toys), but I promise you there’s a connection!
I’ve never been much of a fan of spaghetti sauce, to the point that when I was a kid I would eat my spaghetti plain. So when I started learning how to cook I experimented with different things I could put on pasta to make it a bit less boring, and I came up with a mixture of diced tomatoes, garlic, and olive oil that worked pretty well for me. Over the years my recipe evolved a bit, and then one day I found out that I wasn’t the first person to discover this recipe. Apparently it’s more or less a traditional Italian sauce known as Puttanesca. Which wouldn’t be very exciting if it weren’t for the fact that Puttanesca translates roughly as “whore style”. Yes that’s right, for as long as I can remember I’ve apparently been eating my pasta whore style. Go figure.
Ok, that’s the whole story, I just had to share. Even my cooking is slutty But in case you’re curious, here’s the recipe I use and a nice photo I took of my Capellini Puttanesca
1 box Angel Hair Pasta
1 lbs Crawfish (tail meat), or substitute shrimp, crab, etc
2 cans Diced Tomatoes (get the kind with green chilies, and drain most of the liquid)
1 bulb Garlic
1 cup Fresh Basil
2 tbsp Olive Oil
1 tsp Oregano
Salt and Pepper to taste
Garnish with Parsley and Grated Parmesan Cheese
Chop the garlic into rough slices (This will result in garlic that maintains a bit of it’s raw flavor. If you don’t like that, mince it instead). Shred the Basil and set aside.
Boil water per directions on pasta box, salt to taste.
While the water is heating, add olive oil to a large pan and warm over medium heat. When the oil thins and begins to flow, add the garlic. Saute 2 min, then add oregano, salt, and pepper to taste. Continue to saute until garlic begins to brown around edges.
Turn heat to high and add tomatoes, stirring until mixture begins to bubble. Turn heat back to medium and add basil. Mix in basil and let cook 2 min. Cover and turn heat the medium-low.
Add pasta to boiling water. Cook to short end of package directions, or about 6 min. Drain pasta.
Add pasta and crawfish to sauce pan, mix thoroughly. Cover and cook 5 min.
Serve immediately, garnish with parsley and grated Parmesan cheese.