Because being healthy pays off when you're old while eating delicious food pays off RIGHT NOW!

In Morocco, people usually sprinkle you with rose water when you enter their house. This is a sort of blessing they will tell you, but actually it dates back to when people didn't bathe too frequently and doing this made the odor bearable. If you investigate carefully enough, you will learn that most religious limitations have a very practical underlying motive. Thank God we're atheists!

1 medium size whole kosher chicken
1 whole lemon
2 red onions, cut in rings
6 cloves of garlic
3 large potatoes, cut in eighths
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon spicy paprika
1 hot pepper
12 threads of saffron
salt and freshly ground black pepper

Take a whole chicken, salt it, and stick a whole uncut lemon into the cavity. Also, begin soaking some saffron in hot water.

Sear the chicken (and throw in the chicken neck too, but make sure to chuck it before you serve) in a large saucepan on medium heat. After the skin becomes a little golden, add 1 or 2 red onions, some garlic and cook for another 2 minutes. Then add 1 cup of water, the cinnamon, the spicy paprika, hot pepper, saffron and black pepper.

Cover and cook over low heat for 40 minutes adding more water if necessary. Then, add the potatoes. Cover again and cook for 30 more minutes. Remove the chicken and quarter. Reduce the sauce by half. Also, you may want to add some fresh lemon juice after it is done cooking.

Serves 2 atheists.


leftRepression is the fickle mother of sloppy rebellion. A strong, brave few continue to use heavy cream, butter, rendered fat, salt, sugar, and whole milk. Thank you for joining the Eat Dangerously revolution.