August 21, 2014
Miss Couple invited me to La Domaine for some sister bonding. There is nothing I love more than running through the woods naked with my sister, foraging for wild food and marking our territory. When I got to La Domaine, Miss Couple had a surprise waiting for me. Reclining on the La-Z boy was a small woman with dark eyes, and equally dark hair falling in ringlets around her face. She shared the same Ashkenazi features that Miss Couple and I posses and I smiled. Miss Couple knows me so well. I introduced myself to Stella.
Stella is La Domaine’s newest Mistress In Training (MIT). She is living at La Domaine for the summer while she explores her submission and continues cultivating her natural dominance. Master R, Miss Couple, Stella and I went walking around the mountaintop woods of La Domaine looking for black trumpet mushrooms and chanterelles. When we got to the pond, we slipped off what little clothing we were wearing and enjoyed the cool water.
When we got back Miss Couple made black trumpet butter. Master R refers to black trumpet butter as ‘the smart man’s truffle butter’ opposed to the adage, which calls it ‘poor man’s truffle butter’. Smart or poor, it was delicious either way. Miss Couple paired the trumpet butter with mashed white sweet potatoes and some simple baked chicken, but this trumpet butter can easily be paired with anything edible. Miss Couple also recommends slathering it on corn or a loved one.
- 1 stick unsalted butter
- 1 cup black trumpet mushrooms
Cook on low heat for 20-30 minutes. Do not let the butter boil.