Living the Dream
I don’t know who invented inserting pimientos and olives into loaves of meat (served best on…paper); obviously, it was an Italian, but that doesn’t really narrow it down. Point is, when I went to photograph this little beauty, I didn’t notice the maple syrup in the background. Probably because there’s so much syrup here that we don’t even see it. We use jugs of it as door stoppers, medicine balls, spare tires, home plate, nautical ballast, aeronautical ballast, emotional ballast, whatever.
Somebody’s going to see this and get an idea. Vermonters will put maple syrup on anything.
Posted on June 1, 2012, in food, humor, personal, rural, Uncategorized and tagged luncheon meats, maple syrup, maple syrup on meat, olive loaf, paper plates. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
I want some maple syrup candy and I want it now!