Coyote Sushi

Pre cooked battered fish fillets
Italian cheese 6 blend

Chapter 1
Preheat oven to 425.
Put pre cooked battered fish fillets in oven.
Bake for 25min turning each side after 12.5min.
Take out of oven and arrange fillets in a bowl
In a single file line

Chapter 2
Pout salsa in a horizontal strip over fillets
Sprinkle generous amounts of  cheese
on top of salsa.



MC Studios Resturant Review

After a relaxing run around Atlanta, I decided to stop by MC Studios and try their Diner and a Movie Wednesday special. Upon entering I was greeted by a lovely hostess with who I entertained myself with. Swinging on vines, running down hills, and exploring the disgustingly, dangerous depths of the female anatomy, was quite enough to work up an appetite. After dining on homemade Cloud Cookies, my dinner dates arrived and we were treated to a very special meal of spaghetti & meatballs and oven baked tea. The meal couldn’t of come at a more opportune time as Iron Man 2 was just beginning to load. After a highly enjoyable romp though the misadventures of Tony Stark, Ip Man 2 hushed us all with it’s over the top depiction of Wing Chun martial arts. If it can continue to entertain with as much gusto as last night, MC Studios has a very bright future ahead of itself.

My analysis of the meals are as follows.


Jamil steals slices of heaven to craft his Cloud Cookies

I can’t speak for anyone else but when I think of sugar cookies I think of “oodles of fun in my mouth” and Jamil Green’s Cloud Cookies failed not to disappoint. Drawing from the inspiration of his homeland, Jamil crafts such delicacies with only the simplest of materials. Along with his skill comes consistency with each batch tasting just as good as the last. My only complaint came when Jamil left the baking duties up to Micheal Hicks in which the quality of the cookies took a downfall. That nigger should stick to making Kool-Aid and Limptons’ Ice Tea. I felt that the batch could maybe use a little but more sugar but all in all, very scrumptious.

4 Stars


Having lived in Georgia for longer than I care to admit, you grow accustomed to the tom foolery and shenanigans that come with the territory. That was until I had my first sip of Micheal Hick’s Oven Baked Tea. Slavery may have ended in the 1800s but the way Hicks bakes his iced tea, you’d think there was a wrinkly, old, overseer behind him beating him with a whip – it tastes so good. Like the very foundations this great country of America was founded, Hick’s Oven Baked tea tastes like a heaping gulp of Freedom.

4 Stars


I’d had many different types of spaghetti before but Domo’s Noodles & Meat is somewhat of a “marvel.”Upon originally hearing of Mr. Stanton’s chiefly duties, I admit, I was nervous. My doubts however were put to death faster than a kryptonite shank in the heart of Clark Kent.

Combining his street wise upbringing with his soft spoken demeanor, Domo has proven to be an assassin in the kitchen. You’ve heard the expression “he put his foot in this meal?” Well Domo put his entire crouch in his Noodles & Meat recipe. The taste, the smell, the texture, Domo’s Noodles & Meat will rape your taste buds and have you begging for mercy.

5 Stars

Meals For Ballers on a Budget


“Tacos a la Man”

I dedicate this chapter to Kroger and their lackluster security. Without you none of this would have been possible. Thank you for your donations.




1lb Ground Beef

Green Beans

Taco Seasoning

Whole Wheat Tortillas



Shreded Cheese


1. Put ground beef in skillet. Turn heat to a medium low. Let meat fry until brown. Periodically stir and chop the meat until it is in bite size morsels.

2. While meat is browning, gather up the veggies and begin to chop them down to size.

You can buy these for 3 bucks a vine at Kroger or you can just pluck 2 or 3 off a vine and steal them. The thieving way will result in a minor loss of karma but I recently saved some orphans from a burning building so I’m good. Judge for yourself how much karma you can afford to lose when gathering ingredients for your meal.

3. The meat should be finished by now. Reduce heat and drain the meat of any excess fat.

Don’t worry, I assure you that’s not a cup full of piss. It’s just cow meat juice.

4. Add in the taco seasoning and ¾ a cup of water. Stir until properly blended. Turn heat back to a medium setting so the meat can bring itself to a boil.

5. Rip open those tortilla shells and shove em in the oven. Put the oven on broil and let them bake for about 2 to 3 minutes. Check frequently!

With the help of Ms. Frizzle I was able to shrink myself down to one tenth my normal size and captured the baking of the tortillas from inside the oven. PLEASE DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME.

6. Once the meat is finished boiling, turn off heat stupid.Tortillas should be finished by now so begin to pile on the goodness.

7. For the purposes of the viewer I individually piled on the toppings. For better results, find yourself a cup, plastic wrap, and rubber band. Pour all the vegetables in the cup and seal it up with plastic wrap and rubber band. Shake the cup like the bitch owes you money. Now you have yourself a cup full of evenly mixed toppings. YEAH!

8. The most important step. BON APETITE!