Cooking Garden Slugs?

Lately I have been experimenting with Gastropoda Desoceras Reticulatum, or more commonly referred to as the Garden Slug.

There are many varieties around the world and many countries and cultures revere the slug as a sacred and vital food source. Here is what I have found out so far.

Although the slug does not perform well as a door stop, they do however make an excellent shoe horn…

What? You think I was gonna eat those gross little tongues with a brain? Never!

I’m no Andrew Zimmern of “Bizarre Foods” on The Travel Channel. That guy has more balls than a cranberry bush!

I like doing crazy stuff with food, but I’m a little more cautious about cooking and eating crazy food stuff.

Here is the YouTube video of this season’s new episodes of Bizarre Foods.

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One Response to “Cooking Garden Slugs?”

  1. Art attack looks to be a cathartic thing, en event bring you around – Glad to see it. Thanks for thinking of me.
    I’m moving at last from New Era – heartbreak abounds and watch the slip into the mirror, into the echo, into the wind somehow moving through and out past the trees.
    Peace…
    Bill

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