Thursday, 8 June 2017

Grill And Bar Food

SM Stirling, The Scourge Of God (New York, 2009), Chapter Twelve, pp. 325-326.

Plump, hot, steaming, aromatic sausages with juices sputtering from cracks in their skins;

beets with herbs;


a strong-tasting, spinach-like, boiled green;

pan-fried sliced potatoes, described as "glistening";


a brown loaf with butter;

mugs of hot cider smelling strongly of berries.

(Out of respect for my own vegetarianism, I have attached an image of pan-fried potatoes, not of sputtering sausages.)

For more food, see here.

1 comment:

Sean M. Brooks said...

Kaor, Paul!

These fantastic meals, so lovingly described by Mr. Stirling, are so tempting but also so INAPPROPRIATE for sedentary persons like me! (Smiles)