the python came skinned and in fillets, which smelled vaguely like popcorn. weird texture to the touch they looked quite bony. the packaging also lets us know that this python comes from vietnam.i heated up some oil (a lot of oil, whoops) in a big frying pan and lay a couple of slices of python to swim around. aptly, this caused a huge amount of spitting and i had to drain off a lot of the oil to combat this. as they were cooking a faint, pleasant aroma of popcorn filled the kitchen. i had swiftly made some mashed potatoes before cooking the python using, er, potatoes, oregano, basil, parsley, butter and milk. mmm creamy.
well my friends, my followers of food. this is it. number 52. i can't actually quite believe i have accomplished such an insane task. there has been ups and downs, strikes and miss strikes, tears and joy. okay there were never any tears but there has been a few gagging moments that may have sprouted a couple (not me of course, *ahem*). all i can say now is i must publish this and you can expect a big post either later this evening or tomorrow, thursday 11th (or perhaps the next day or the next etc..), with a nice big summary! and also what my next quest is and other goodies so stick around, take a pew and tuck in.
signing out - the beast feaster.