A most appetising poem. Enjoyed it.
Sounds really good, but it would take me a week to eat it.
A wonderful Sevenling...Deeeelicious!
Excellent Sevenling, Gloria. Does anyone really eat that much meat at one setting:)Pamela
Anthony, thank you! I would not have been able to finish one pound of steak...much less 4 1/2!Stan, lol, a week would be about right since there were, I think, seven steaks.rlavalette, thanks so much...wasn't sure about it. :)Pamela, thank you!! This guy almost did it, but there was a time limit and he ran out of time with 5 or 6 bites left...and he looked so sick!!! LOL, it's really obscene!
They say we are what we eat. Maybe that's where the "Holy Cow" came from? Like your sevenling. Someone mentioned the form to me a few weeks ago, but never explained it. Will have to give it a try.Elizabeth
Gloria, loved the poem, and happy to see a new form (which I won't attempt, LOL). That Man vs. Food guy looks like a grown-up Ralphie from A Christmas Story, and his conspicuous consumption makes me queasy the times I've tried to watch. Keep wishing he'd do a food drive for Haiti, right? Amyhttp://sharplittlepencil.wordpress.com/2011/04/17/mmmmmmmms-abc-day-16/
It's ginormous. I want to try the sevenling as well.
Good job. I'm not familiar with that form. Mad Kane
I've really enjoyed my first visit to your blog. There will be others.
Interesting form,but I think I'll pass on all the near raw beef! LOL :)