Duck Duck Loose!

Photo Credit http://www.chicagoarchitecture.org/

Photo Credit http://www.chicagoarchitecture.org/

Blazed through the Chicago Farmers Market in search of this Port Pear Pork Duck Sausage Concoction that I had the pleasure of Grilling for Old Money on my first Lake Shore Rooftop and I wanted to broil them today for New Money.

Couldn’t find it,…Cabbed it to the Aon Center, the radio tuned to a Nigerian Sermon on Having Faith in the Present and Hope for the Future… close enough to work but closer to CVS because I needed a pack of 15 dollar Camel Lights…I bounced down Steps made for Giants; the Skyline sinking behind the Big Buildings as I bobbled quickly down to the soundtrack of “Ole Ole Ole” being shot through an Alley straight at me from Grant Park….Maybe.

I weaved through pots of Banana Plants, Bright Pink Roses, and Indian Paintbrush…past fancy fountains and through the revolving door where the impermeable-eyed doorman looked at me softer today…handed me the keys and proceeded to ask me for a cigarette…(I knew he was up to something)…Now I’m up here over the lake about to get cooking and get prepping for the Pride Parade….enjoying the Present…and hoping for the future.

 

Grilled Acorn Squash Stuffed with Duck Sausage
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1hr
Grilled Acorn Squash Stuffed with Duck Sausage
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  1. Heat your oven to 415 degrees and broil your sausages until skin is golden brown and sizzling. While they are cooking toss all of your other ingredients in a bowl and set to the side. Once your sausages are finished and cooled, slice them and toss with your quinoa. Toss your squash in olive oil and salt and pepper and grill until soft, or roast at 415 until soft but firm enough to keep shape. Place the squash on a plate and spoon your sausage and quinoa mixture into the hole of the Acorn Squash flower. Top with a soft boiled egg, or a bit of fig jelly for a refined taste.
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