World’s Biggest Omelette—1932 Version

     Posted By: Paul - Tue Mar 02, 2010
     Category: Contests, Races and Other Competitions | Food | 1930s

Figures ... spend too much time on the eggs and chicks and not have any feet left to tell us what the old guys were crowing about at the end. (That was it? One tub of coagulated glop? In a frying pan bigger than most kitchens? How did they TURN the thing?) 😕
Posted by warrenwr on 03/02/10 at 03:42 PM
suprising they did this during the depression. i'm guessing nobody ate it after the 'girls' did jumping jacks in the pan.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 03/02/10 at 05:42 PM
they don't wear shoes when stomping grapes mario.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 03/03/10 at 05:46 PM
My ex-wife used to find endless amusement when I would show off my "habla espanol" abilities and order "huevos de toro" for breakfast ... What DOES "Eggs of the bull" mean and why is it so funny in the mouth of an ex-wife? And all of her relatives? And all of their friends? Am I really that dim?

OK, that wasn't really a question ... I know I am. And frankly, I'd try Huevos de Toro at least once. I'd cringe, but I'd bite.

I love beef heart but that's a muscle. Used to like chicken liver but is that endocrine system? Not a big fan these days. (Bzzzt! BeeFart) Beef Heart makes exceptionally good sukiyaki, BTW, I invite you to try it.

Patty, you're not the little lady I dated in high school, but you are so sweet and remind me so much of her with your intelligent put on this weird stuff ... smart seems to matter with this crowd, so I hope you don't mind if I ghost.
Posted by warrenwr on 03/04/10 at 06:11 AM
oh honey you fit right in. you are very sweet too i'm sorry i wasn't that girl she shouldn't have let you get away. interestingly enough, i don't think i could try huevos de toro or mountain oysters or whatever else people call them in order not to say animal testicles. beef heart i have had. my mom made dressing and stuffed it and cooked it. i liked it then, but i'm not sure if i still would.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 03/04/10 at 07:52 AM
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