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He managed to snag a slow goblin. Best done like pork, according to “La Cuisine Magique” by Jay N.Tate.
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In love with Ma Nature! Always have been, always will be. Let’s keep her safe, eh?
Oh, this is really ba-a-a-a-a-a-d.
Much appreciated, Al! Nice to know I succeeded! :o)
– Mike Oxley
That heids aufie familliarr Mike. The Auld Stapler centrrre fold yin.
Aye, it wid be. Imagine it wi’ a wee bunnet oan…..
Thanks so very much, Malcolm! Just having a little fun in the kitchen! :o)
OMG!!! how gross……………..where on earth did you get that head from! you funny buggar! hehehe
LOL! You really don’t want to know where I got it from….. REALLY!
Did it taste good?Looks underdone to say the least. I would give it another 2 hours at 600 f.Is this a Canadian traditional dish?Lochy
Wasn’t too bad, Lochy, although the ears were a wee bit chewy. 2 hours at 600 is about right. Gotta get the crackling just right.This is the Canadian equivalent of the soft boiled egg. Need a big bugger of a spoon to crack the shell, though.
LOL!!! Hahahehe…………………….Love This Shot and I truly love the place your proceeds will be benefittng!! You Rock My Friend!!!!!!!!!!! peace and hugs, syl
:o)! Many thanks, my friend! Had some fun with this one……
One peek is enough, Mikey……… gag………….. glub…………gulp………….speechless!!!!Miz Brendie…… can’t sign my real name………. But your heart is in the right place….. :))
What? You don’t want to come over for dinner, Miz Brendy? The little guy asked me what I wanted and I just said, “Use your imagination, but make it ahead.” Guess he took me literally….. :o)
LOL funny man!!!!!!!!!! And the thermometer…… I can’t believe you could actually do this…. did you wear gloves?? gag……. glub……… gulp………..Shhhhhhhh, whispering……..“did you know I am a registered nurse???” LOL:)) Miz Brendy
No gloves used, just a wooden spoon up the nose to get it into the pan. Self-basting head, by the way. Now would it be me the nursing services are being offered to? :o) Do you think I need them? Hehehe! Don’t answer that!
LOL “Self basting head”……. Purdue will be jealous!!!!!! And as to my nursing…. my specialty was psychiatric……. LOL…..but no worry, Mikey…. my reason for including this info was that this could actually make me squeamish…… after all that I have seen…. This head was just so “out of place”!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I’ll let you into a little secret, but please don’t tell anyone! The “head” is a rubber face mask I found in a clearance bin at Waldo Mart a couple of days after Hallowe’en a few years ago. I think I paid a buck for it. It was stuffed with a couple of green napkins, hence the appearance of the “eyes”. So no goblins were harmed in the making of this shot. Hope this puts your mind at ease. It’s true. Really. Honest. Trust me. Would I lie to you? :o)
At ease, mate!!!!!!! I believe you….. and the mask is so life like….. and the spoon….. exactly where is that now….. LOL…… you don’t have to answer…. every man needs a few secrets!!!! Happy Thanksgiving….. have a great holiday!!!!Miz Brendy
LOL! Thanks, Brenda. The spoon was originally taped to the chef’s grubby little paw, but it kept dropping off, hitting the head with a kind of squishy thunk……