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March 11, 2014

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Sam

Shame it's not actually the size of an arm. A worm that big could feed a family.

David

A worm that big could feed a family.

I’m not familiar with the taste of earthworms, but I suspect it would need a tangy sauce. A dip of some sort.

bilbaoboy

I'll pass for now.

David

And then there’s the question of how best to cook it. I’m guessing you wouldn’t want it steamed. Pâté, maybe?

svh

Klingon gagh?

Pen

It'll be even bigger once it's met Bob Crow!

Steve

"...A worm that big could feed a family..."

For some reason I'm reminded of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4GAuuBbb3w

Jamie

It looks like a willy that's been circumcised 10 times.

David

A worm that big could feed a family.

Fourteen hours of UltraBoiling™ should do it. You wouldn’t want to give anyone a dicky tummy.

Anna

At least there are no bones.

Bob Down

How best to cook ?
Everything can, and should, be fried.
There is nothing that doesn't respond to this method at two in the morning.

Hal

Everything can, and should, be fried.
There is nothing that doesn't respond to this method at two in the morning.

Microwave. Even easier. Especially at two AM . . .

cm

How best to cook? Everything can, and should, be fried.

Curiously, I once knew someone who, on a Duke of Edinburgh expedition, did exactly that.

I’m not familiar with the taste of earthworms

Somewhat like bacon, apparently; at least, if fried.

(You're welcome!)

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