Tuesday, November 06, 2012

You decide

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The sign in the lower right hand corner reads, "Burnt goat feet, 4.19 lb."

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11 comments:

Sean Craven said...

The foot is good. Loaded with connective tissue. Great soup. And burnt means there's no hair on it, which is something I like in a soup foot. For me, the squeam line is drawn between the tripe -- acceptable, possibly good -- and the pizzle. I'd always thought cod a synonym for pizzle; the distinction between bull pizzle and cow cod will leave me unsettled for the immediate future.

B.E. Earl said...

Goat tripe just made me throw up a little.

Erin O'Brien said...

... something I like in a soup foot.

Welp, I'm satisfied for the day.

Anonymous said...

"And burnt means there's no hair on it, which is something I like in a soup foot."- Sean

Now I remember why I keep coming back here.

RJ

dean said...

There's no tripe like goat tripe.

twinklysparkles said...

The real problem here is I can't tell what is what. So I can't choose.

Mike Williams said...

But ham hocks are a staple of my cabbage, bean and split peas soup. but so are horse loogies.

Ms Amanda said...

...which is something I like in a soup foot.

Best thing I've read all day, Sean.

Anonymous said...

@Erin-Was that one of those crossword pizzles that you enjoy working on?

MR

Elisson said...

Lips that touch goat tripe will never touch mine...

Jack Cluth said...

And people wonder why I'm a vegan....