In Quest of the Worst Meal Ever "Unfair"
Barry C Runnels (Barry_C_Runnels@MMACMAIL.JCCBI.GOV)
Mon, 11 Aug 1997 09:16:29 CDT
>The frying pan had a mixture of scrambled eggs, pan cooked oatmeal,
>shreaded wheat, dandelion greens, macaroni, and something brown and gooey
>(we think it may have been raw sorhgum) all stirred in together.
>Anyone else out there have a favorite story of cooking gone wrong? Or an
>amusing tale of cooking surprises?
Yuk!, I cry foul (or is it fowl). I don't see how anyone could top this
Let this be a lesson to the rest of the group, If you ask for best stories
of some subject, don't give the best story first. Your not suppose to ask
for amusing tails of cooking surprises and then give the best (or worse
depending how you look at it) for the first (and worst) story.
I have lots of worst meal stories but none that could beat this.
After reading your post Michael, I have no desire for lunch. Surely no one
can beat this story, and if someone can, I don't think I want to (gag) read
it. Isn't there some Scout_L rule or guideline somewhere that says no post
on politics and "really" bad cooking stories (aak).
Do we need cooking police here to keep everyone in line?
Have a great Scouting week
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City