Sister’s In Drag
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The zany and hilarious rivalry of trailer park millionaire Lonnie ( now Lonstance Von Holstein) and Beverly Hills philanthropist and socialite LIZ Loren reaches new heights as the AB FAB of the fey set set the town on fire with their crazed yet stylish adventures in the world of men, money, gourmet food and style.
“My darling Lonnie has a lot of class,” said Liz at a recent interview, ”and all of it’s third”.
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Who’s a Character?
The Liz Loren character is that of a “B” film actress from the 1950’s who has numerous face and body surgeries.
She married wealthy Russian Oligarch who had ties with the Romanov Royals. (He was killed by a mysterious “accident” leaving Liz a wealthy woman on a large hill top Estate.)
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The Lonnie character is Liz’s backwoods, trailer park girl friend who won a million dollar lottery and desperately tries to keep up with the socialite while living in Palm Springs.
(Somehow she can’t quite lose her red neck beginnings but constantly caters to Liz and her eccentricities while secretly poking fun of the Diva behind her back!)
Sister’s Episode 1 2013 Recipes
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- Endive plants
- Blue berths
- Goat cheese crumbled
- Champagne dressing
- Wash fresh endives as according to amount being served. (Normally 1 endive to 2 people)
- Cut the end of the endive plant off and separate leaves, fanning them in a circle on each plate.
- Sprinkle about two teaspoons of blue berries into the centre of the leaves (canned mandarin oranges can be a substitute )
- Crumble goat cheese over the entire salad
- Drizzle champagne dressing in circular motion over salads
- Raspberry liquor can be added as garnish using back and forth “stripes” over the top of the salad.
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- 1 whole organic chicken cut up
- 1 clove garlic
- 1 leek
- 1 sprig parsley
- 1 tablespoon chopped rosemary
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 2 cups Madeira wine
- 1 pound shrimp deveined and tails removed
- 1 half-cup olive oil
- Brown chicken on all sides in olive oil, using Dutch oven or large skillet–set aside chicken after lightly browning.
- Put herbs, leek and garlic into oil and sauté until soften. Add wine and put chicken in, simmer with a lid on the skillet until cooked through, approx 45 minutes on low heat.
- Just before serving, throw shrimp on top, put the lid on and heat through for 5 minutes.
- Toss chicken and shrimp and serve as is or over potato mash or favorite rice.