Sunday, January 22, 2006

Beef & Whale Pie Taking Britons by Storm

After rescue attempts failed yesterday to save a Northern bottlenose whale that had unexpectedly ventured into the Thames river, Beef & Whale Pie began popping up on pub menus across the greater London area.

"It's brilliant!" claims pub patron, Nigel Biggleswade, having stopped off for a pint on his way home from work. Plunging his fork into the flakey whale-suet crust, he continues: "This is just the type of treat we English truly fancy."

His wife, Beryl, concurs. "I'm dying for the recipe. It reminds me of luncheon my mother used to serve when I was a wee thing in Buckinghamshire."

Pub owner, Heath Leedsham, explains that the pie contains tasty items such as ground beef lungs, oats, onions, and "whale bits" boiled into a heavy suet crust. "We've been serving it with a bit of pickled whale as well. This menu item really exemplifies British cooking at its best."

Pub owners expect to be serving this popular item while supplies last.


At 7:50 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 11:26 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with Anonymous....ewwwww!!!!! Funny, though, dooder! :)


Poodle :)

At 7:54 PM , Blogger Iwanski said...

with a side of squid puree


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