Friday, February 18, 2005

Spitoon Bisque - by Eric

1 pound of well-aged fish. Preferably raided from the fish market waste bin. (Whole fish are better, since they provide for a complete taste)
6 eggs in their shell
2 cups water
Salt and pepper
If you are on a diet, add 10 squares of laxative chocolate
Bread crumbs, if you can find any. (Pigeon droppings substitute nicely if no crumbs are available)
8 oz. can of beans
A few leaves of mint, so you can have fresh breath if you taste during the cooking

In a rather large cooking pot, put the fish and water. Heat until water boils, then reduce heat to "medium". Throw eggs in one at a time, and watch the water splash. Once the eggs yolks start to coagulate remove it from the heat. Now you must turn this fine stew into a fine soup-like paste, so a blender would be useful here. Of course, if you are like me, you are poor but you have good teeth, you can grind it yourself by chewing and spitting out into a large bowl. Add ketchup, salt and pepper as you see fit.

Once complete; chew on the mint leaves, so that none will be the wiser.

Serve as a hot entree.

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