8/13/10

Kooking Kornir 5 - Luau Fiesta!


Did you know pumpkins are high in fiber? They're also simply crammed with Thiamin, Vitamin E, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Iron, Magnesium, and Phosphorus. Don't forget your friends Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Riboflavin, Potassium, Copper and Manganese too!

So, add some fun to your harvest dinner with our frosting pumpkin! Just hollow out a medium-sized pumpkin and discard the innards. Then, pour in 1 1/2 gallons of pumpkin flavored frosting. Freeze the pumpkin mold overnight to set the frosting, then simply cut away the pumkin rind and voila! Your frosting pumpkin is ready to serve! Add a pickle for the pumpkin's stem and you're ready for a spooooooky fall treat... with vitamins!

Everyone loves Brazil nuts! First, acquire a bowl and insert Brazil nuts. Then rent several hydraulic log splitters to help your guests get them open. Everyone knows people enjoy looking at fruit while operating heavy equipment, so put some of that on the table, too.

Make your next backyard soft-foods event a suburban luau! Spread palm branches across the grass and begin with our special "squatamole" served in a half pineapple. Just mix 8 cups guacamole with one pint of key lime ice cream and two cups Crisco shortening. Add mushroom slices for authentic island appeal. Cream of tomato soup served in a coconut shell makes a great finger food. Garnish the whole feast with obscene tropical flowers and get ready to randomly choose a set of car keys! Ole!

Nothing puts a damper on a backyard fiesta like dried out spinach dip. So, take a tip from us and seal your dip in plastic wrap. *Psst*: a piece of couch cover will do in a pinch though!. This will keep your dip fresh all night long. If you plan on sleeping in the yard and waking up hungry, scotchguard the bowl for long-wearing, wipe-clean living. Your dip will still be moist and ready for breakfast.

3 comments:

Phil said...

Stop it! I'm so hungry!
I enjoyed your foodstructional blogazine very much. You have 'luau' in the title, yet you didn't stoop to using a 'pupu' joke anywhere. That is talent. I know I would have been all over it. Thanks for showing how it is done in 'the bigs'.

Phil Are Go! said...

Please forgive the "pupu" missed opportunity. I think it'd be a stretch to say we always take the high road in our editorial content, here at "The GO!". Call it an oversight. Tell you what: we'll do a post on feces and discreetly mention Hawaiian food. Good?

Thanks for reading, bizarro Phil!

Phil said...

I enjoy your blog very much. Indeed, I like to 'Go!' first thing every morning. I do not 'Go!' at work, usually. I simply find it more enjoyable to 'Go!' in the comfort of my own home.

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