There may be many things that a 17-year-old runaway might face in life (and I know of some of them, having been there myself), but giant spectral escargots? Oh, my, He certainly must loathe poor wee Cally!On t'other hand, one **does** trust that bad things come in threes.../mk
It's really not unheard of...http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/digitisedmanuscripts/2013/09/knight-v-snail.html
Hmph. I expected that to be a link. Let's try this...
(Jill drums her badly-manicured fingers.)Well, sufficeth to say that oversized escargot are fairly common in the marginalia of medieval manuscripts, and I'd wondered how Cally would fare. To her credit, she does what anyone with half a brain would do.
but.. but.. but..wherever would she find enough butter and a large-enough skillet?
My point exactly.
yea and verily, Milady, one doth hope to hear of an appropriate recipe. ^_^"serves four thousand; may be doubled"/mk
I don't know which is more daunting, finding a vat of brine large enough for prepping it before cooking, or amassing the vast amounts of garlic and butter with which to serve it.
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