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Author: Slim Man

Slim Man Cooks Shrimp with Broccoli and Grape Tomatoes

Men sometimes go a couple days without showering. If it’s a weekend, and nobody’s coming over, most men just let it go. I hate to admit this, SlimNation, but I do this maybe once a month when I’m in solitary confinement at the Fortress of Slim Solitude. Well, a couple days ago, I was tired, dead on my feet. I was starving, but I didn’t want to take a shower and go to the store;...

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Slim Man Cooks Red Wine Sauce for Fish, Chicken, Whatever…

Click on the pic to see the YouTube video I’d made a red wine sauce before, but it wasn’t where I wanted it to be.  The sauce was a little bland, and a little thin.  I kept on making batches of red wine sauce, and none was good enough for you, my Slim People. It was bugging me.  It was keeping me up at night.  And then, around dawn, it dawned on me. I added...

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Slim Man Cooks Slim’s Manly Balls of Salmon

I’ve promised myself to stay positive. So, instead of saying I’m sick of salmon, I’m gonna say…I’m glad I have teeth so I can eat. But I’m getting sick of salmon. That’s all the women folks want to eat these days. So…what’s a Man to do with all that leftover salmon? Make salmon balls! They’re Manly! They make a great appetizer, you can put a bunch of ‘em on a plate and call them an...

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Slim’s Manly Aioli Sauce

I was trying to come up with a catchy name for this sauce. At first I was thinking…Slim’s Special Maytard Sauce. But it didn’t have that ring and zing I was looking for. Whatever you call it, this sauce is quick and easy and delizioso. And it’s manly—strong and brave, but not as hairy and stubborn. It’s basically an aioli sauce; the word is hard to pronounce…ah-ee-OH-lee, but the aioli sauces are some of my...

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Slim Man Cooks Another Tomato Sauce

When I first started making tomato sauce, I minced the garlic. Then, one night, a Lady People friend of mine didn’t want minced garlic, she wanted sliced garlic, so that’s what I started doing. Then, I was making a tomato sauce for some meatballs for a restaurant in Palm Springs, Californy, where I was singing, and I thought it might be mo’ better if I used whole smashed cloves, so people could remove them more...

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