ANST - Wine and escargot

Galen W. Bevel galenbv at
Wed Aug 12 15:21:53 PDT 1998

Dennis Grace wrote:

> I knew my German Cozyns--long deprived of anything remotely similar to
> food--would have trouble with this concept, but there are actually
> numerous ways of preparing meats, most of which are preferable to
> chopping them up and stuffing them into an intestine. Amazing though it
> may sound to a Rhinelander, it is actually possible to prepare meats
> that can be eaten without first smothering them in mustard.
> ;)
> lo vostre por vos servir
> Sir Lyonel Oliver Grace, Capitan
> Bryn Gwlad
> Ansteorra
> Micel yfel deth se unwritere.
>                 --AElfric of York

But of course we realize this, my good friend.  I have seen many such
amusements in my travels, and eaten far stranger foods, prepared in far
more of an unusual manner.  The question of course, is why one would
want to?

Graf Galen

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