Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Links: And This Little Piggy Got Sewn onto a Chicken

Posted By on Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 1:19 PM

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On eater.com is a clip from Heston's Tudor Feast, in which English chef Heston Blumenthal preps a "Cockentrice" from an old Tudor recipe. It involves sewing the front end of a pig to the back end of a chicken and then attaching the pig's tail to that. And, yes, it is disturbing.

Something sweeter from slashfood.com: a chance to find the golden ticket in a Willy Wonka candy bar and win a trip around the world.

Finally, this one's making the rounds: the Food Lift.

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