Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Xanthomonas Campestris

You made a broccoli tree forest. Melted Parmesan cheese shavings turned them into weeping willows. It was like having a magician in the kitchen. You created a marsh out of vegetable broth and Italian parsley and thought it would be a good idea to turn the oven up to four-hundred degrees. That is where the troubles began.
The marsh began boiling and the parsnip moorings shifted. The trees fell over and no longer looked like trees. Their delicate Parmesan strands melted completely and formed clotted eddies in the turbulence. What had started out as wondrous and exciting had gone over to sadness. Everyone was disappointed in you and your poor decision-making. You took something magnificent and ruined it.

Swap cookbooks every few months with your friends, unless you don't have any friends!

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