Every week I decide that’s IT. I am NOT doing another weekly menu (other than the one I do in my head). Then, someone inevitably comes up to me and tells me that they or someone they know desperately needs a weekly menu.
Or loves my weekly menu.
Or proposed to their wife/husband/dog while reading my weekly menu.
Speaking of which, did I ever tell you about how I used to do commentary in the commercial breaks of the Jerry Springer show? I’d come on and talk for a few minutes at a time in the middle of the show. I’d talk about whatever I wanted. Usually it was about what idiots the guests on the Jerry Springer show were.
Case in point. There is only one episode of The Jerry Springer Show that was produced but didn’t ever air. It was titled “I Married My Horse”. Yup. The guy, honest to God, married his horse.
Even though this show never aired, it was delivered to all the stations. It was pulled from broadcast due to its … questionable nature. Therefore, anyone who worked in a television station that aired the show, had access to that episode. Since my job was to comment on the Springer show and what was going on in it, I had to watch the “I Married My Horse” episode.
You know how uncomfortable it can be when people are making out in public? Imagine that, only one of the people is a horse.
Try to describe that one to your family and friends.
“I can’t wait for you to meet my wife. She’s tall, with long legs and perfect teeth, and she shits in the street.”
Onto the menu for this week! No horse in sight.
Menu subject to change depending on availability of items from the garden.