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Tuesday: March 15, 2005


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For International Eat an Animal for PETA Day, I lunched on duck pâté (ingredients: duck meat, duck fat, duck stock, duck liver, plus herbs and spices), soppressata (that’s pork), and goat cheese, with a little bread. Does goat cheese count as an animal? For some of the more militant animal-lovers, I think it does. For dinner, I plan to go Korean, and see how many different phyla, classes, and orders of animals I can have in one meal.

It’s also my birthday, not to mention the Ides of March. How old am I? Let’s just say I’m finally playing with a full deck.


  1. Happy Birthday, Doc! And in your honor I, too, will eat several animal parts!

    Comment by Terry Oglesby — Tuesday: March 15, 2005 @ 3:01 PM GMT-0500

  2. Happy Birthday! My beloved and I will be dining Chinese tonight, heavily laden with meat, and will drink a toast in your honor.

    Comment by S.Hanna-Smith — Tuesday: March 15, 2005 @ 6:04 PM GMT-0500

  3. Had we not lost our cans of haggis to US Customs (mad cow disease import restrictions), you could have added lamb lungs to your lunch menu.

    Comment by steevil(Dr Weevil's bro Steve) — Wednesday: March 16, 2005 @ 7:19 AM GMT-0500

  4. Happy Birthday, and, hey, at least it’s not a Pinochle deck yet.

    Comment by Sigivald — Wednesday: March 16, 2005 @ 2:05 PM GMT-0500

  5. Find a better Korean restaurant and I’ll stop by on my next visit to the greater Washington area.

    Comment by charles austin — Wednesday: March 16, 2005 @ 9:18 PM GMT-0500

  6. I can’t see my comment, so I hope I also said happy birthday. Damn Chianti Classico is affecting my short term something or other.

    Comment by charles austin — Wednesday: March 16, 2005 @ 9:19 PM GMT-0500

    I missed the holiday of which Dr. Weevil writes. I will have to make up for that. Swiftly. A filet mignon sounds very good right about now….

    Trackback by Pejmanesque — Wednesday: March 16, 2005 @ 10:30 PM GMT-0500

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