I don't think that shaping the meat loaf like a football makes it look more appetizing. And I don't understand at all the pairing of chewing gum and meat loaf.
Her name is Poo, and she likes to cook. Would you like to cook with her? Or maybe just buy her book on Amazon
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Could you bring yourself to eat a sentient, talking cheese? With a Rasta accent?
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You saw the effect this cereal had on Roy Rogers in an earlier post. Its powers were manifold and awesome.
Original ad here.
Mystery in the Kitchen by Don Haldane, National Film Board of Canada
Invisible supercilious foppish food policeman invades a family's life and assigns all nutritional malfeasance to the "emotional" mother/wife.
, a secretion from the bowels of beavers, is used as vanilla flavoring. Disturbingly, although the story is out of Sweden, it is mentioned that castoreum is used as a 'natural flavoring' in products in the United States as well.
Montana has legalized taking road kill
for food. Arkansas and West Virginia must be kicking themselves for not thinking of it first! As you can see there are already cookbooks out there to prepare it as well.
According to this youtube video, the secret is to remove the glands under the legs. The end result is meat so tasty "you'll slap your grandma."
Another pro tip: If you didn't road kill the raccoon yourself, and are getting an already skinned animal from a trapper or hunter, make sure the feet are still attached. Otherwise, you might have been given a cat or opossum. Apparently this is an old trick in the raccoon meat trade.