Beer o' clock is not too far away.
A road in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, briefly became unsuitable for vegetarians yesterday when a truck carrying pig intestines spilled its load. The Interstate 670 was turned into a porcine lot as three of four lanes were closed after the goregasm at 9am local time, The Kansas City Star reports. People stuck in the …
There's a weekend BBQ that will be short some trimmings.......
I don't envy the plow driver or the FEL operator that likely had to scoop that into a recovery vehicle.
We had a truckload of cows get loose on one of our highways up here. There's video somewhere of the OPP motorcycle crew herding them off the highway..... Sadly, they did *not* clean up the muffins after that incident, which caused at least one more collision.
I had some pig guts for dinner tonight. Filled with home made pork and sage (fresh from the garden) sausagemeat. The rest of the guts used are in layers of plastic bags and covered in salt at the back bottom of my fridge for the making of other sausages. I very much prefer natural hog casings over the cleaned and dried versions or an of the dried sorts of casings.
if anyone wants to come round I have pork and cider apple* bangers as well and I think there's some beef and rosemary bangers in the freezer too.
*dried apple soaked overnight in cider before being frozen and minced with the pork etc. Makes a very toothsome banger and excellent sausagemeat for other purposes like mixed with mine and made into a meatloaf or sausage rolls. I roll my own bangers because I'm gluten intolerant (no, really) and the supermarkets after making all their decent bangers so rolled that back a lot. Besides I get to make really nice bangers. An extra fine and cocktail size version of my pork and sage standard have been a big hit as a side dish to the roast at Xmas dinner.
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