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January 27, 2013


Japanese Restaurant Uses Dirt as the Main Ingredient for Its Expensive Dishes

(Thanks to Bob Brogan)


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I thought dishin' dirt was something else altogether.

I'll be here all week, try the loam, and don't forget to tip your server.

What a great idea for a Yogurtland flavor. Perhaps even a new M & M's.

I wouldn't eat it because of the sand which is there.

Well bless my soil.

Oh, for peat's sake!

It certainly isn't dirt cheap

"Where'd you get the idea?"
"I just dug it up somewhere."

Dishing Dirt (Limerick)
By Madeleine Begun Kane

Dear restaurant, please don’t feel hurt
If I spurn you, including dessert.
I have very good grounds:
Word is making the rounds
That your food features soil — that’s the dirt.

Dishing Dirt (Limerick)

There was dirt in the mushrooms at a salad bar where I was once--or maybe it was cow poop. Anyway I complained and they removed it. That's how it should work.

At least I did not get sick.

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