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Re: OT-HUMOR: TEXAS grasshoppers

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: OT-HUMOR: TEXAS grasshoppers
  • From: Irisborer@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 9 Sep 1997 18:16:43 -0600 (MDT)

In a message dated 97-09-09 17:03:59 EDT, you write:

>I hereby nominate you, Walter Moores, to taste-test these big grasshoppers
>on behalf of the entire Iris List. You benefit from abundant supply; you
>will be able to pick and choose the likeliest specimens, selecting both the
>largest and the small, tender individuals for comparative preparation.
>Given the length of time these pests linger in the late summer, you should
>be able to experiment with cooking methods (deep-fat fried, pan saut=E9,
>oven-baked, chicken fried, stewed, sugared, "tartar") and report back to us
>with sample recipes and recommendations.
>Now is the time, Walter Moores. You are the man.
>Do I hear a second?

Kathy Guest... hand up and waving.  Also asking for a video tape of the

Buffalo area where our grasshoppers are insect sized

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