Sorry to leave yet another picture of a bloody finger on the last post, but you should know by now that I simply can't let a photo opportunity like that pass me by.
How about something to cleanse your palate, much like a lovely scoop of lavender sorbet between the caviar and foie gras courses, or a healthy swig of Boone's Farm Strawberry Fields between the Bologna and Twinkie courses.
I made you a lovely jello mold- grab a spoon and dig in!
Gross. Is that from the 1970s Weight Watchers Cookbook?
That thing is NASTY! Put the bloody finger back up, please.
(Also, have you made up your mind about that thing we were talking about yesterday? Huh? Huh? Have ya?)
If you made that for me I'd have to kill you. I'm just sayin'.
You know what goes really great with jello?
Once again, even Grandma.
It looks like peas and corn nibblets to me. And maybe bacon fat?
My dog threw that up once.
That's what I'd serve at parties...if I really didn't like my guests
Mmmmm. I think that would be even more delicious surrounded, crown-rib-roast style, by a ring of Vienna Sausages.
Let's talk about the Boone's Farm for a minute...there was a time in my life that Strawberry Hill was my favorite! If I remember correctly, you can get almost a full bottle into a big gulp cup. Stick the straw in and you are set for the night. Classay! Good times.
If there hadn't been a photo accompanying this post, I would've sworn that you were the first person to use the words, Gelatinized Onions.
In the "cleanse your palate" scenarios, I am afraid I lean much more towards the later one...
Ahh, Boone's Farm Strawberry Fields. Brings me back to the nights of playing strip poker. We either had Boone's Farm or Mad Dog 20 20. Major hangovers the next day.
By the way, the jello mold is gross!!
PS How is the house remodel coming?
Um, that looks just like that stuff my dog hacked up last week... It's okay though, I got it up with a dust pan and paper towels... So, do you need to borrow my dustpan?
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