Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Martha Stewart in My Yard

Pride in culinary skills is a calling. Dinner should always be prepared with great attention to detail. This is NOT the time to shirk on your eagle-eye.

Be selective as you search for the best produce. Remember, shop local, and freshness counts.

Once you spot a nice cut of worm, pounce promptly. Be competitive; do not yield your find to other shoppers.

I find I get the best flavor in my cuts by giving it a sound shake to stun it senseless (should worms have senses.) Portions should be sizable, or at least as much as you can manage in your mouth at once.

Remember to not slack off on presentation and make sure dinner is promptly served.

16 comments:

Margaret said...

Oh my goodness! Your post is hilarious, and I love that your step-by-step photos. Martha would be so proud!

Nicki, said...

I'm with Margaret - oh.my.goodness! Totally hilarious. What patience! WORM - its whats for dinner!

Lauren said...

Wow, great job capturing the process! Your commentary made me smile :)

pat said...

Hee hee hee!! That is one juicy looking grub! "It's a good thing!"

Amy said...

Too stinkin' funny! I love how you captured the whole process here! :)

Maria said...

Hey, maybe Martha should include it in her "Cupcake" series - Worm Cupcakes, yum!

Beth said...

Great series! So funny!

Sharon said...

How much wine was in that sippy cup? LOL

Lou said...

That made me laugh out loud!

Jeanne said...

You are just way too funny! Love it!

Reds said...

LOL - you are such a great writer!! So love your posts - and this one especially with the step-by-step shots!!

S.Kremer said...

This is so cool! I was just explaining this process to my 3 year old (about how the Robin's listen for worms).

Bobbi said...

Lol these are so funny...and yet I still feel bad for the worm for some crazy reason.

Stephanie said...

Hilarious!! LOL!

Suzy said...

Wow what cool captures!!

PAPA SPARKY said...

Angela You AMAZE me. Who else could put such words to a bird sucking up a worm. Love it. Love U