Further to recent feedback from fellow blogster Jon El Diente of River Thames fame, I thought it proper to show food that the NW team sampled during our recent sojourn in Greece at Orthodox Easter time.
The Greeks have a word for barbequed goat entrails and it is κοκορέτσι (lit.: haggis is for pooves).
In other news:
|This is a soup made from putrified goat entrails|
|This is barbequed goat entrails wrapped around a skewer|
|This is barbequed goat entrails made to look palatable.|
|Preserved cockroaches and olives|
|Something foraged from a mountainside garnished with goat dung.|
|Putrified goat dung crunch dessert|
|Within 30s of arriving at the Eagles Nest the cats arrived....|
|The local shepherdess has bought some new rather fetching pantaloons don't you agree?|