Re: CHAT: aged foods (wasRe: phonology of borrowed words)
|From:||Padraic Brown <elemtilas@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, November 24, 2002, 1:13|
--- Barry Garcia <barry_garcia@...> wrote:
> Anyway, you get a bunch of ducks eggs, and then you
> cover them in lime and
> ashes and straw. Bury them for about a hundred days
> and then dig them up
> and eat them. The lime and ashes are probably what
> causes the eggs to
> change to a blackish or amber colored white and a
> greenish yellow yolk.
Er. Yum. Makes haggis look better, anyway. I'll
_definitely_ have to add "Emperor Chung's Thousand
Year Old Duck Eggs" to the dinner tables of the
Talarians this Metranes! :S
I suppose it would be possible to keep the things
edible for a really long time if you kept changing the
marinade they're pickled in periodically...
beuyont alch geont la ciay la cina
mangeiont alch geont y faues la lima;
pe' ne m' molestyont
doazque y facyont in rima.
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