Thursday, August 25, 2005

Who's Afraid of Virginia Ham?

It's a blog bonanza! 4 posts in less than 24 hours! (That's right, keep scrolling down...) This should tide my readers over until I get back from Alabama on Monday night.

So Russell Library in Middletown was featuring a display of "culinary mysteries." I planned to give that genre the cold shoulder, until the giant thriller sized titles caught my eye. And I then I just had to write them down. The cheesy puns remind me of porn titles, except, well, they're just lamer. I mean, can you imagine being seen reading one of these books??

- Fear of Frying
- Quiche of Death
- To Catch a Cook
- War and Peas
- Sticks and Scones
- Sugar and Spite
- Thou Shalt Not Grill
- (I actually kind of enjoy the nonsensical nature of this one) Murder Has no Calories


  1. (gulp....I've read some of them.)N

  2. You're keen observational humor cements this blog's position as the best blog ever! No offense to other bloggers, but no quantitative survey necessary. I'm looking forward to your putting our weekend at Lookout Mountain in perspective for me.

  3. Hey, you never tell me about MY keen observational humor... am I a "you" or an "other blogger"???? I know I've never posted four hilarious times in a row, but I like to think that I make up in quality what I lack in quantity. (Anyways, my MOM reads this blog, and if you ever insult me, she'll beat you up. Probably.)

  4. Wow! I'm glad I'm not the only one who needs an insane amount of reassurance and affirmation from people! Haven't I given you thousands of compliments? I'm sure I have.
    In any case, dear Katie, as was explained to me this weekend, you and R are the same person. Therefore, a compliment for one is a compliment for both. Jeez. I think someone's feeling a little bit sensitive about her lack of blog participation as of late. No insult intended, to you or to any other sensitive blogger who reads this.

    So. Please don't sic your mother on me.