Jim McKenney
Thu, 10 Jul 2008 15:51:30 PDT
Tony Avent wrote: “I've never smelled any bad odor from Pancratium foetidum,
but then 
amorphophallus don't bother me, so I'm obviously not a good judge.”

Hmmm... amorphophallus don't bother you? Do you like your meat well and long

This makes me think of those directions for preparing woodcock by hanging it
by the feet until the body separates and falls off. And then the bird was
cooked without gutting it. And all seem to have agreed that it was a great

Actually, it probably wasn't any worse than the wet cured beef they sell in
the grocery stores now.  

Jim McKenney
Montgomery County, Maryland, USA, 39.03871º North, 77.09829º West, USDA zone
7, where one of the pleasures of late winter is to play, flashlight in hand,
the woodcock game when the male birds are performing on their little stages
and flying up into the air, twittering and fluttering back down to the same
spot - all of this in the dusk or near dark.
My Virtual Maryland Garden
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Editor PVC Bulletin 
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