Sunday, May 08, 2005

Bring your Xian Fetus Recipes to Me!

And anything else you think is delicious.

8 Comments:

At 12:56 PM, Blogger Eli said...

And any vegetarian fake-fetus recipes.

Um, for my girlfriend.

 
At 12:59 PM, Blogger La_Poissoniere_Sally said...

Eli--but of course!

We don't discriminate against vegetarian, vegan, ovolactovegetarians, ovobovolactovegetarians...

 
At 1:18 PM, Blogger Eli said...

Or *post*ovobovolactovegetarians...

 
At 5:05 PM, Blogger Xan said...

This isn't technically blogwhoring since that would link to corrente but still webwhoring to another site in which I have an interest. Disclaimers out of the way, I present the:

PIG, BARBICUED


Scald, &c., a pig, of about nine or ten weeks old, the same as for roasting; make a stuffing with a few sage-leaves, the liver of the pig, and two anchovies boned, washed and cut extremely small; put them into a mortar, with some bread-crumbs, a quarter of a pound of butter, a very little cayenne pepper, and half a pint of Madeira wine; beat them to a paste, and sew it up in the pig; lay it at a good distance before a large brisk fire; singe it well; put two bottles of Madeira wine into the dripping-pan, and keep basting it all the time it is roasting; when half done, put two French rolls into the drippingpan; and if there is not wine enough in the drippingpan, add more; when the pig is nearly done, take the rolls and sauce, and put them into a saucepan, with an anchovy cut small, a bunch of sweet herbs, and the juice of a lemon; take up the pug, send it to table with an apple in its mouth, and a roll on each side; then strain the sauce over it. Some barbicue a pig of six or seven weeks old, and stick it all over with blanched almonds, and baste it in the same manner with Madeira wine.
From "The Cook's Own Book" by "A Boston Housekeeper" [Mrs. N. K. M. Lee], Boston, 1832)

 
At 6:36 PM, Blogger san antone rose said...

Yeah, we need some snacks for the Baby Eating Alien Party!

 
At 10:09 AM, Blogger oldwhitelady said...

Xian fetus recipes? I don't think I have any of those.

 
At 7:39 AM, Anonymous shpx.ohfu@gmail.com said...

I prefer fetus tartare, so no recipe.

However, there is a funny definition of "Xtian" over at uncyclopedia.org that your post brought back to mind.

 
At 11:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

… Unbelievable , but I just found software which can do all hard work promoting your lapoissoniere.blogspot.com website on complete autopilot - building backlinks and getting your website on top of Google and other search engines 1st pages, so your site finally can get laser targeted qualified traffic, and so you can get lot more visitors for your website.

YEP, that’s right, there’s this little known website which shows you how to get to the top 10 of Google and other search engines guaranteed.

I used it and in just 7 days… got floods of traffic to my site...

…Well check out the incredible results for yourself -
http://magic-traffic-software.com

I’m not trying to be rude here, but I believe when you find something that finally works you should share it…

…so that’s what I’m doing today, sharing it with you:

http://magic-traffic-software.com

Take care - your friend Jennifer

 

Post a Comment

<< Home