Monthly Archives: January 2021

Des Crapauds dans le Trou (French Toad in the Hole)

N.B. This special recipe should be reserved for the rare occasion that you have storks as dinner guests. As a variation on the all-time Yorkshire classic, please find below a frenchified version of „Toad in the Hole“.  Get some fresh … Continue reading

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Beignets en Graisse de Loutre

Since the days of the German metaphysician, botanist and natural philosopher Hildegard von Bingen, it is a well-known fact that the fat of the common otter (Lutra lutra) is salubrious to your well-being, either applied as an ointment (to back, … Continue reading

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Des Rats en Pinard

This is a classic from the days of the German siege of Paris in the 1870s.   Encourage your ferrets to roam your garden and outbuildings to bring back some freshly killed rats ( about 2 per person). Skin and … Continue reading

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Saucisses grillés à la mode parapluie

Get some fresh Saucisses at your favorite butcher. Take a standard umbrella, open it, and affix one Saucisse per spoke. Prepare your barbecue. When done, ram the handle into the embers. While letting the skin of the umbrella burn away, … Continue reading

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