Wednesday, November 14, 2007

But, What Wine to Serve??



(Really, really sorry) to break the Birthday bash

posts like this,


but this was just TOO good to pass up.


The product shown, not the product within... that is.


Lovingly lifted from
ScribalTerror
HatTip, maybe, to Dustbury.com, & Charles.

"It may be served as a side dish or a main dish." How 'bout as an appetiser?
The comments section is similarly, wide open!

UPDATE: Apparently, this product is for real. Here's another pic of a competing product, and a website where the stuff can be bought, online. Rehoboth Beach style, $2.99/can.
Worth it for the "gag" value?

8 comments:

One Southern Belle said...

And good to see "Lower levels of spice may have been added to create a mild sauce." I'm glad they put that on the label because few things tick me off more than opening up a can of fish anuses only to find they've been over-spiced. Seriously, when my mama taught me how to cook, she said, "Belle, never over-cook pasta and never, ever, EVER under any circumstance, should you over-spice the posterior opening of the alimentary canal of any aquatic animal. It's overpowering and it just ruins the whole dish."

The Localmalcontent said...

OK, I'll begin.

It gives the phrase, "Straight From the Can", a (w)Hole new meaning...

Top that, troops!

The Localmalcontent said...

One Southern Belle, Scarlett,
I heard there's a big sale on fish anuses this weekend at Cosco.

Hurry on by, stock up!

One Southern Belle said...

Mal, yes, I heard about that sale too. Did you hear Piggly Wiggly is running a two-for-one special on rabbit colons as well? Better git while the gittin's good, baby!

The Localmalcontent said...

pause,pause,pause,pause,pause,pause,pause...

Red S Tater said...

Holy Mackerel Batman, baked bass bung...boiled in beer?

The Localmalcontent said...

ohh, Red: I'm backing away from that opening.

Red S Tater said...

hey, you started this...

Savory spinach stuffed shark sphincter smothered in seasoned sesame seeds, some shallots, some sherry, some salt, served on a spring salad surrounded by singed sprigs of smelly sage.

simply sublime...sorta'.