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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Ode to Spaghetti Sauce

Once upon a great time, Emeril made a spaghetti sauce called Roasted Garlic - BAM!

The family loved it, raising their plates and licking the last flavorful noodle.

Then one day a famine hit the happy household because, lo - the sauce could not be found.

The beautiful and adoring queen tried everything.  She searched the land near and far, but alas, the sauce was no more.

Until one day, she - always the heroine - discovered the recipe on a strange and addicting site entitiled Google.

She was estastic, stretching her toned and tanned legs as she danced in circles, for she had fulfilled her latest wish of keeping her fairy tale loved ones in gaga land.

The first year the sauce was a success.  All was purchased at the nearest mega market and everything was great in the kingdom.

The next year the queen eyed some lovely tomatoes in a far away land called Tennessee and knew what she must do. 

The end.

Because they all lived happily ever after is what is suppossed to come next.

Yeah, right.

Y'all know I like humor blogs - they are my favorite.

So, before you start to think that maybe I did this intentionally so I could write a long needed humor post- please think again.

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Is. Humor. On. A. Vacation.


Lucy's Trademark Wail sound bite


Check back tomorrow - there's a strange twist to this spaghetti tale - you won't want to miss it.

3 comments:

Greg and Donna said...

When is dinner? I'll bring the noodles!

KTElltt said...

I am laughing. And looking forward to tomorrow's entry. And missin "What the Word?" AND sent you an e-mail asking for the recipe... :)

Jennifer said...

I'll bring the garlic bread ... and the mop!

Drawing of me losing my cool courtesy of budding artist, Izzy.


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