Tonight We’re Serving The Baby Jesus

Talk about a special barbecue. This is not exactly what you might expect to find at Jeff’s Sausages. Speaking of Jeff’s Sausages if you perform a Google search for Jeff’s Sausages you’ll find that the Gun Slingin’ Chopped Liver Chef is almost top dog.

Hat Tip for the photo goes to: Oranchak.com

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12 Comments

  1. Jack's Shack June 29, 2007 at 5:32 am

    Chana,

    Send it to eatmyshorts@burningriver.com 😉

    Orie,

    Nope.

    Anon,

    Glad to see that you came back. I look forward to seeing more comments around here.

  2. Anonymous June 28, 2007 at 6:56 pm

    Yes the anonymous poster is aware that his (or her) comments only make the joke that much richer. That was the intent. they come directly from the Le Haut Lyonais website.

    The Jésus of Lyon is placed in a net in order to be well maintained.

    No cribs for this baby the unrully cuss.

    The Baby must dry several weeks before it is ready to be sold.

    No one wants a wet baby.

    Net him up, dry him up, and sell him.

  3. orieyenta June 28, 2007 at 5:41 pm

    Oooo – I bet that’s no kosher. 😀

  4. Chana June 28, 2007 at 4:42 pm

    Jack.

    A Bloody Mary?

    I’m suing you.

    I laughed so hard, I fell off my chair.

    😉

  5. Jack's Shack June 28, 2007 at 4:29 am

    The unique flavors of Baby Jésus and the Rosette de Lyon make them the typical products of Lyon. A Lyon specialty not to miss.

    That is a useful tip. Thank you.

    I wonder if baby Jesus ia available in cajun style?

    How about Deep Fried.

    Mark,

    Nope.

    Woman,

    A Bloody Mary and Ice Cream.

    KRG,

    Good question. I think probably not.

  6. Kol Ra'ash Gadol June 28, 2007 at 3:20 am

    I wonder if the anonymous commenter is aware that his (or her) comments only make the joke that much richer….?

  7. WomanHonorThyself June 27, 2007 at 6:28 pm

    lol..whats for dessert?

  8. Mark June 27, 2007 at 3:46 pm

    The baby Jesus ain’t keeping very kosher company…

  9. Joe the Troll June 27, 2007 at 2:22 pm

    That ad is a riot. I wonder if baby Jesus ia available in cajun style?

  10. Anonymous June 27, 2007 at 2:21 pm

    Baby Jésus is one of the products that gives Lyon its famous gastronomical reputation. Along with other deli meats it contributes to the traditional, festive, culinary image of the region. The product is made from quality meats that are selected and cleaned with extreme care. It goes through the process of maturation and refinement that are particularly important to the quality of taste of the finished product. The raw materials that make up the composition of the product combine meats of pork and hard pork fat. The Jésus of Lyon is placed in a net in order to be well maintained. The net leaves a special print and gives the dry sausage a particular form of a pear. The Baby must dry several weeks before it is ready to be sold. The Baby Jésus is a product that is bigger in size than the dry sausage. It weight is 400 grams (approx. 14 oz.). The unique flavors of Baby Jésus and the Rosette de Lyon make them the typical products of Lyon. A Lyon specialty not to miss.

  11. Jack's Shack June 27, 2007 at 6:32 am

    Oooof. Is it just me or is the season still young. My friend, there is a long, long, long way to go. I am not worried about W/L records right now because they are relatively meaningless.

    Give it time and I am sure that the Ghost of Bucky Dent will make an appearance. 😉

  12. treppenwitz June 27, 2007 at 5:49 am

    Imagine what my google rating for that search term will be after you have to pay up on the bet this year? BTW, what is your horse’s W/L record at this point? 🙂

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