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By Enrica Bressan

Preparing human flesh for consumption can be tricky. Knowing what seasonings and methods of cooking can be difficult but with this simple
recipe guide you'll be serving your friends and family in no time.


When it comes to in-laws, the meat can be tough and wirey. This comes from their illogical perception of you the
person who claimed their child. Slapping the flesh while the in-laws are still alive can sometimes help tenderize the meat. Remember Culinary Gurus, fear tenderizes all meat.

4 legs, two from each in-law
4 cup white wine
12 chopped carrots
4 diced white onions
2 Bay leaves
1/2 cup butter salt and pepper to taste
grated Parmesan cheese

Directions: Combine half of the wine, bay leaves, 2 of the onions, and salt and pepper to taste.
Slice the leg into pieces the width of a normal steak. Place in glass cake pan and cover with marinade.
Refrigerate, covered, for 36 - 48 hours, turning the meat occasionally.
In a large skillet melt butter and add meat. Fry until the meat is golden brown on both sides.
Remove meat from the pan and add the remaining onions and carrots and wine.
Simmer until vegetables are soft. Pour vegetables and meat back into cake pan and bake for 2 hours at 375.
Serve topped with grated parmesan cheese, salad and wine. Feeds 4-6 people.

This dish is a favorite with the ladies. The guys don't care for it so much. It makes a perfect appetizer for baby showers and wedding showers.

Indredients: 8 - 10 ball sacks with testicles intact
1 egg
salt and pepper

Dip testicles in egg, drudge through flour and sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste. Heat oil in a frying pan or deep fryer and fry until golden brown.
Serve with barbecue sauce or ketchup.


Crock Pot Crack Head Soup Crack heads can finally be put to good use. What better way to put these people to use than to serve them up at charity dinners. The next time you are planning the Fireman's Ball or some other charity fundraiser, consider adding this recipe to the menu.