Wednesday, August 20, 2008


Hopefully y'all have wrung yourselves dry and we can go back to putting umbrellas in their proper places. Miss Vero knows that we done lost an entire day drinking and waitin out this silly storm - well, at least the drinking part was fun.

We're just wishin that'll be the end of our troubles this hurricane season.



Miss B. Havior said...

Christ on a cracker! How exciting! Miss Vero, did you know that you are now #3 on Google out of 60,300 entries on the web!
Let’s celebrate your brave forays in cocktail journalism with a hardy, Pork infused Martini.

"The pork Martini serves many needs on many levels! In these pomo days, when old formulas are reborn with futile twists for our fickle, fin-de-si├Ęcle tastes, the meat cocktail stands out above wobbly, cranberry-tainted attempts at bar trendiness.

When one abandons the olive garnish for that of a pork-rind wedge, the Pork Martini merges the flavors of the working class with that of wealthier ones, bridging social strata. It will open new markets to pork consumption, adding American jobs to every level of the meat-industrial complex. And, finally, it looks really weird."

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BlessUrHeart said...

Miss B -- I thought you might be speaking of the traditional luncheon martini on Capitol Hill, but no, that would be the pork barrel martini. A much more costly drink. No polka music needed. ["roll out the barrel . . . we'll have a barrel of fun"] That's for those of you who haven't been to a German wedding.

And Numero trio on Googlio?? wow -- let's throw some sour lemons in the martini and call it what?? C'mon, beach house people!