Name Origin and Fettuccine Recpie
To answer Hoot's question, it is eerily similar to it. years ago, I had a pickup truck with a CB radio. I had a friend who was a hunter and he gave me a squirrel tail (Cause I was young, single, and was easily amused by stuff like that).
Well I took down my Giant CB antenna, and put the squirrel tail on it, and stuck it back up. As I drove down the Interstate, the truckers would talk about it 'Look at that flying squirrel go down the road'. One smart alec trucker said, "Wonder where Bullwinkle is" So I became known as 'Rocky the Flying Squirrel' on the CB
So when I started another hobby known as Geocaching (a GPS treasure hunting game/social website), I adapted that name as well. I also had a yahoo accound but that name was taken, so I added an extra 'L' to Squirrel (Squirrell), and the 'e' in rockey was added in by accident.
As for the Fettuccine recipe. It is simple. I use spaghetti as I still get the texture mushy with fettuccine and I take store bought Alfredo sauce, but heat it up in a separate pot, add in chopped Garlic, a little olive oil, bacon bits, butter, milk salt, pepper, and juice from the chicken preparation. Let it heat about 10 minutes after it begins to boil. I also experiment with other spices each time.
The chicken, I soak in a brine solution and add a little soy sauce when the outside shows signs of whiteness.