Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Rainy Day Woman, vol. 3

And now for a deep dark secret, the Righteous Hungarian Secret of Cucumbers.

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12 comments:

Lisa W. said...

Did Bostick collaborate? It reeks of a Bostick recipe! too funny...

Dean said...

Well, now, that was informational. I now know a lot more about cucumbers than I did before.

I guess that shouldnt' be a surprise. If anyone was going to know her way around phallic vegetation, it would be EOB.

Bill Fitzgerald said...

My experience shows that a vegetable dish ranks far behind chocolate or booze as the comestible corridor to a woman's affections. However, perhaps slicing a cucumber shows a certain level of masculine confidence that the chicks would dig.

Norm said...

O'Brien can squeeze the excess moisture out of my cucumber any time. Any time.
Most tasty.

sleepydog said...

Erin,

My recipe for cuke salad is somewhat different, but this one sounds good and I will definitely try it.
I cannot think of anything smart or clever to say today.
Hugs.

Sleepy

Anonymous said...

Righteous!

Anonymous said...

I cant follow up with a recipe post after that!!

Damn that was good.

The MERKIN MAN said...

Mom made that shit for years, and boy was I happy when she passed that recipe on. We make it a little different, but the principle is the same.

I'm sure you already know this dish goes great with a major drinking bender when your mouth is all dried out and you are hungry as hell.

. . . same for hangovers.

DogsDontPurr said...

Girl....you need your own cooking show! Or at least write a cookbook!

Elisson said...

Kee-rist on a crutch, can a recipe make ya horny?

I am so making these cukes this weekend.

Mone said...

I've never heard of a way to rape a cucumber.
But since the folks here seem to know that there are such ways of doing it, I'll have to try it!!
BTW - I also daid what dogsdontpurr said.

Libby Spencer said...

An old Swiss woman taught me a similar recipe. Yeah baby, it's all in the squeezing...