Today, I plan on steak and eggs.
Am left wondering what an Outside Salad might be.
(Perhaps just called Agriculture.)
Every diner in New York City, and plenty of other restaurants, too, used to have “roast lion of pork” on the menu. I don’t like the taste of lion, so I never ordered it.
I wonder if supply-chain problems have caused them to remove lion from the menu.
What about a rhinoceros? Imposserus!
How about a hippopotamus? Why, I’d trash him from top to bottomus!
Supposing you met an elephant? I’d wrap 'im up in cellophant!
Maybe it’s what’s on the burger, maybe the recipe is very hush-hush, maybe somebody doesn’t know how to type “In House.” I like your idea better. How fun would it be if “Salad” sections were relabeled “Agriculture”?
Or perhaps they’d first typed “Out House” salad, then had second thoughts.
You can add haggis or hummus to a burger?
When Caesar Salad becomes more brutal than a knife to the back.
This is 'Murica, you can add an opossum to a burger here.
I thought that’s why they call it the lion diet.
we are talkin’ LOIN here, cause you best not be eating my lions, my predator cousins out there hey they eat ya back, well so do the hogs if given the chance I guess…amazing we did become the top of the food chain HA
----remove lion from the menu----yea they should!!! LOL
You can mess with their salads and more
In my part of America, I’ve never seen the options to add hummus or haggis (have never even seen haggis offered – anywhere --outside of an Irish place, and don’t remember seeing it there, but I could be wrong). Not sure I’ve ever seen goat cheese offered, either, but I can’t count that out; it’s at least cheese.
I can find one location in my state that has haggis, and it’s on the other side of the state. There could be other places that don’t show up in a search, but finding a place that has haggis is tough.
You mean not every restaurant serves offal steamed in sheep’s stomach?
Haggis is the national dish of Scotland, and there just aren’t many Scottish restaurants around, for some reason. Though chicken tikka masala and deep-fried pizza are also Scottish innovations, and they can be found in many eateries.
yea I typed in ‘haggis restaurants in North Carolina’ where I live and only 2 popped up. Scottish Gourmet near Raligh and one at the beach, Haags and Sons Seafood which must be scottish seafood with haggis?
heck in my state this ain’t going down but ask for rocky mt oysters or pigs feet and brains and more they got ya covered
We’re not allowed to import haggis for “safety” reasons. But we eat how many tons of hotdogs per year?
Just goes to show you, people will eat darn near anything but nobody wants to know how the sausage is made, pun intended.
Jon Pinette explains haggis:
For a native’s take on hagggis, here is Danny Bhoy:
The discussion of haggis starts at 3m10s, but the whole video is well worth watching.
Holy crap, forgot about Danny Bhoy, he’s a legend of travel comedy.