Saturday, May 22, 2010

PRHT Redux

Following up on our last post, TSG thought it would be a good idea to provide some helpful tips on how to handle reptiles in case our readers decide to "try it at home".

As you can see, gentleness is the key...

...unless, of course, there is imminent danger of getting bit. 
In that case, it's best to grasp the animal firmly behind the head.

You can ignore this last example, since it shows the author cradling an amphibian.


Parm said...

Yeah, you'd better keep a close grip on Mr. Blueface there!

That teeny tiny horned toad (?) is quite excellent.

You neglected to mention, however, whether these are best served with a spicy bar-b-que sauce or something more mild, like a nice ranch dressing.

Willard Biscuit said...

I find that reptile meat goes best with an ancho-rosemary aioli.

Parm said...


I worried that "ancho" referred to "anchovy." THAT was frightening. A quick visit to Wiktionary, however, set me straight.

The more I think about it, the more I think that maybe chunking up a nice chili is probably the way to go here.