April 08, 2007

Leg of Cypriot Lamb

I feasted on leg of lamb with the family today. Thankfully the lamb was Cypriot lamb and not Bulgarian lamb masquerading as Greek lamb. As soon as Greece and Bulgaria join the EU, I'm sure it'll be OK for us to consume lamb from yonder as well. I feel quite safe in Stravaraland, especially reassured that idiots like PhotPhot will make sure I'll never run the danger of food poisoning.

I hope the man with an IQ lower than the average blade of grass does not mind that the family consumed vast amounts of Frenc and Italian wine. I think it was Turkish wine masquerading as Malbec, actually.

3 Comments:

Anonymous m said...

the problem is not where the lamb comes from, the problem is whether you pay 4 pounds per kilo (ie the price of a cypriot lamb) for a lamb that would normally sell for 2 or 3 pounds :P

Xristos Anesti!

08 April, 2007 23:47  
Blogger Demetris said...

Malbec Oe, Malbec Oe, Malbec Oe Oe Oe.
And do try Moshato by Agia Mavri.
The rest can be resolved. Halloumi!!!!
And if you can get your hands on it: flaouna cheese,
The best cypriot cheese. Especially if you let it dry for a few days.
Period.

09 April, 2007 02:11  
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