awesome piece, ed!
That recipe sounds amazing. The one time in my life that I made crawfish, they were sold to me alive and wriggling. I showed them to my husband, who sat down at the piano and played Chopin's death march as I dumped them into a pot of boiling water.
Penzy's has a branch in Grand Central now. Highly recommended, especially their potent cinnamon and freeze-dried ginger.
ed, this was awesome! made me so hungry. i have a nomination in the literature category.
best sad children's book about pigs: a day no pigs would die
god bless the pigs...
this was the first dish i learned to cook, and it was called, by my children's cookbook, "the gashouse special."
Oh dear, David Jacobs, the Sextionnaire, huh?
Alright. This is what I made my friends fill out:
On a scale of one to ten, how aroused were you today? (1 = I was asleep the whole time; 10 = It was as if I were dying of thirst and my partner was Fiji artesian water)
On a scale of one to ten, how intense was the pleasure you experienced today? (1 = I was asleep the whole time; 10 = searing pleasure which left me shaken and feeble)
How does the sex you had today compare to the sex you usually have with your partner?
____We always have good sex. Today was no exception.
____We always have good sex. But today was even better than usual.
____We always have good sex. But today was the best sex we've ever had.
(Ignore this question on the non-food day) Do you think the food helped put you in the mood? Please explain.
Please make any additional comments you think might be helpful.
Thanks, Lia! Well, Bob, in terms of *during* sex, I didn't want to be too intrusive into my friends' bedrooms!
FYI, For anyone interested in cooking, I've posted more of these recipes to my blog -- http://sarahdeming.typepad.com/
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