Brev. Brig. Gen'l
- Feb 14, 2012
- Central Pennsylvania
You're not quite sure why the king is so astonished. Four and twenty blackbirds would have been a relief. We ate some weird stuff.
Yes, I understand we used every, single particle of protein available. It all began as survival. The problem is it hung around. Disclaimer here would be yes, there will be members here who say " Fried calf brain? What's not to love? " To each his own joy. I'm inching closer to vegetarian daily.
And so I present to you... Fried Calf Brain.
Marriages have crumbled over lesser offenses.
We were very, very tough on baby cows ( no wish to be annoying, I'm not a veal eater. Baby anything at all, just no )
Calf Head With Oyster Sauce... the brain was saved for later.
And a kind of pudding from those little feet..... it's ok with sugar, cinnamon and lemon?
This one is fall-down funny. Made palatable. You can't, The End/
Yes, yes I know there was a trendy kind of thing where we all ate nasturtiums. Yum? They're better pickled- you don't have to see the rest of the recipe- pickled flowers. That'd be grass and vinegar.
Carrots are just fine. Carrot pudding?
We hear a lot about gruel. " Please sir, may I have some more? ". Here's why we don't hear a lot about it today. It's just thick water pretending to be good for you.
' Trying ; meaning preparing it to kill off your family. With intestinal fat.
Here's one that works as a diet aid. Read this when cravings hit- good for a few hours before each meal. You poured it over the same fish and voila! No one ate.
I like celery. Once in awhile a stalk gets forgotten in the bottom of the vegetable drawer. That's when you take the whole thing outside and hose it out after applying a bottle of Lysol. Stewed? Mushy celery? No, thank you.
There are quite a few, I'm stopping at ten. They did interesting things with eggs..... . If I get into that there's going to be nothing to eat as a vegetarian.