Sunday, December 24, 2006

Conspicuous Consumption

Frozen Swan


Stabby stabby Aesthetics


Sweets Presenter


Aesthetic Kill Blades


Stripey Fish Plate


Winged Lion Blancmange


More Blades


Modest Food Preparation


Cow Head Stabbing


Cake from a Box


Stabbing the Innards


Making the Death Look Palatable


In my experience, the Festivus holiday isn't quite complete without the sight of an unwanted guest retching down the front of their clothes after being presented with a mutant 8-aorta heart from a recently felled quadruped, skilfully skewered on the trusty Teddy Bear hunting sword.


Charles Hellstern was no doubt of of the same opinion when he wrote the 1891 'Deutsch-Amerikanisches Kochbuch', online at Harvard University among the 'Immigration to the United States, 1789-1930' collection.

2 comments:

pita said...

A merry Christmas to you and all your family and friends , i wish you eat thinks like your today post
Patricia

Anonymous said...

it reminds me of that movie, the age of "innocence"

but the swan fountain--i could see that in the backyard ;^)

warmest holiday wishes

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