subliminal responses to fleeting images of fearful faces

Allen L. Barker alb at datafilter.com
Tue Dec 28 00:00:16 EST 2004


southern delicacy. 
The sandwich originated in New Orleans, where an abundance of abortion clinics 
thrive and hot French bread is always available.

2 cleaned fetuses, head on
2 eggs
1 tablespoon yellow mustard
1 cup seasoned flour
oil enough for deep frying
1 loaf French bread
Lettuce
tomatoes
mayonnaise, etc.

Marinate the fetuses in the egg-mustard mixture. 
Dredge thoroughly in flour. 
Fry at 375° until crispy golden brown. 
Remove and place on paper towels.



Holiday Youngster

One can easily adapt this recipe to ham, though as presented, 
it violates no religious taboos against swine. 

1 large toddler or small child, cleaned and de-headed
Kentucky Bourbon Sauce (see index)
1 large can pineapple slices
Whole cloves

Place him (or ham) or her in a large glass baking dish, buttocks up. 
Tie with butcher string around and across so that he looks like 
  he?s crawling. 
Glaze, then arrange pineapples and secure with cloves. 
Bake uncovered in 350° oven till thermometer reaches 160°.



Cajun Babies

Just like crabs or crawfish, babies are boiled alive! 
You don?t need silverware, the hot spicy meat comes off in your hands.

6 live babies
1 lb. smoked sausage
4 lemons
whole garlic
2 lb. new potatoes
4 ears corn
1 box salt 
crab boil

Bring 3 gallons of water to a boil. 
Add sausage, salt, crab boil, lemons and garlic. 
Drop potatoes in, boil for 4 minutes. 
Corn is added next, boil an additional 11 minutes.
Put the live babies into the boiling water and cover. 
Boil till meat comes off easily with a fork.



Oven-Baked Baby-Back Ribs

Beef ribs or pork ribs can be used in this recipe, 
and that is exactly what your dinner guests will assume! 
An excellent way to expose the uninitiated to this highly misunderstood 
yet succulent source of protein. 

2 human baby rib racks
3 cups barbecue sauce or honey glaze (see index)
Salt
black pepper
white pepper 
paprika

Remove the silverskin by loosening from the edges, 
   then st





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