Jun 29, 2010

The Best Way to Assure Propagation of a Species Is To Make It A Valuable Commodity: Dinosaur Meat!

And in order to assure Laura that we will always have T-Rex around, what could be more sensible than T-Bone Rex Steaks? Behold the Jurassic Butcher's offerings:

Of course, you'd need a special freezer to keep it as fresh as the Paleofrostbite Age:

Blame foodiggity, of course.

8 comments:

leeann said...

I need one or two of those, because I want to redo the kitchen and dinosaur theme is required.
Plus it will freak my inlaws right the hell out, which is always a bennie.

Joan of Argghh! said...

I just love to think of where T-Rex has been grazing. . .

Jeffro said...

I hear T-Rex calf fries are tasty.

Joan of Argghh! said...

Chicken-fried T-Rex! mmm!mmm!mmm!

Braised brontosaurus breast. . .

Laura said...

I think I have a package in my freezer! Anyway there's a big clump of ice in there and that's either a T-Rex leg or my prom date's head (I forget) in there.

USS Ben USN (Ret) said...

Organic free range dinomeat. Yumm!

Skully said...

Tri-tip triceratop stew is an aphrodesiac. Just sayin'.

Andrew_M_Garland said...

How many people will one giant dragonfly feed. Is it 1 leg per person, or two?