A Klingon Recipe
by Chef Ron
(tlhIngan mer) is made by simply
layering a roasting pan with cooked, defatted ground beef, white rice,
fried onions, stewed tomatoes, and copius amounts of American cheese.
Bake it at 350 degrees until all the cheese is melted and starts to spot
brown on the top. That is starts to spot, not thouroughly browned! You
will find this dish both nourishing and delicious and it can be served
hot or cold. The recipe was developed back in 1917 and my family is the
only one that I have ever known serve it. It should serve the Klingons
well... I am honored to be Strathmore Colony's Chef and linking with my site...Keep on listening to my Cooking program on KTIP...Live long
and prosper. Chef Ron
A Klingon Outpost
FIRST REPORT from - Lady K'kor
This Archaeological Dig at Site B is located on a small island south of the northern continent.
The land masses are much larger on Strathmore Colony than on Qo'noS, so even this island is large by the standards we are used to as Klingons.
Report to the Governor
From Lady K'kor
The site is on the center of this island and are quite large. Our team, of family only, archaeologist has been at the site for some time and think that these ruins are a temple city like the ones on the northern edge of the northern continent.
Those ruins are also a seaport, but this site is different in that a large part of it is built inside of what must have been a volcanic crater and built to blend with the suroundings.
If it had not been for the mapping survey we have been doing recently and the fact that the buildings are starting to collapse, it might not have been found for a very long time.
The collapsing buildings made sharp angles which drew the attention of our surveyors.
Team leader, jd suQ owj, thinks that large portions of the structures are built within the side of the caldera.
Due to the age and fragile state of most of the exposed structures it may be sometime before we know the extent of subterranean portions of this site.
No artifacts have been found to date.
I receive updates each week and will keep you posted.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL DIG AT SITE B . . Continued