Oh ye of little faith


The Better Half doesn’t think I am capable of eating this before it goes bad, and therefore states that my wish that someone would give it to me is wasted. Clearly, the last seven years have been a sham, an empty void. Not eat an entire Jamon Serrano? Doesn’t he know I can eat a pound of deli ham in an hour? I say 4, 5 days max. Shorter if y’all want to come over and bring some cava. I’ll lay out the token vegetables, and lots and lots of red wine.

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10 thoughts on “Oh ye of little faith

  1. d. chedwick bryant

    i like fishies and can eat many many little fishies.when I was a kitten and was taken out to dine, I would get so excited if a “Fisherman’s Platter” was on the menu. YES!

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  2. BipolarLawyerCook

    Mrs. G, thank you for this week’s subheader.Jess, why dream small?Professor J, I’ll toast some almonds, too. Ched– I will lay out some sardines.

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  3. Melanie

    I was JUST looking at that in the D&D catalog. My husband saw it and asked, “Is that a $300 ham?” and I said, “Yes. Mmmmmmm. Moooooneeey.”

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  4. Marci B.

    I learned something today! I have never heard of this before (never mind the fact that I had no idea ham could cost so much), and now, Jamon Serrano is no longer a foreign concept. Thanks!

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  5. jess

    i really do love ham. i didn’t mean to sound like i didn’t. i mean, i’ll spend like 9 bucks for a pound of the black forest, right? and i’ll justify it because i’m going to make these yummy grilled ham sandwiches with yummy cheese and crusty bread for my family…and then i get it home…and i turn into the ham hoarder. i don’t want to share it. i hide it under the processed cheese in the meat drawer, because i don’t want anyone to know that THERE IS HAM IN THE HOUSE. and now you know i’m nuts.

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  6. BipolarLawyerCook

    Melanie, it would sort of be like eating money. Which could be tasty, too.Marci, I don’t know if you avoid pork altogether, but if not, it’s sort of like prosciutto, except to my mind, better– more buttery, softer, nuttier. Jess– I wouldn’t say that’s nuts at all. I hoard things I want to eat all the time, and the Better Half is none the wiser. Except, um, now he is. (Sorry, hon, I will explain later.) Although, again, maybe I am not the best judge of what’s “Nuts.” : )

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  7. Who She She

    I’m there! My husband sometimes says to me, “Don’t eat that. You’ll spoil your dinner.” I say, “I’ve never spoiled a dinner yet.” Oh, men of little faith.

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