New Hell Cuisine

AnElephantCant eat hot spices
He ain’t a silly-billy
He sure don’t like to burn his trunk
So he stays well away from Chile

He knows it ain’t Thanksgiving
‘Taint even Sunday tea
But sometimes nothing hits the spot
Like a daud* of roast Turkey

He likes a ton of vegetables
He takes a load of feedin’
He chomps tons of those wee turnip things
That come all the way from Sweden

AnElephantCant spell tortillas
They’re not even in his lexicon
It’s no surprise where this is going
He takes his hat off to a Mexican

He visits a patisserie
Asks is that a cake or a meringue**
The lady says no you’re quite right
It’s a gateau from Champagne

He needs plenty of roughage
Always has since he was ill
But he doesn’t just eat Monkey nuts
He likes the big boys from Brazil

When he was younger he’d munch anything
He scoffed a sausage had a pie
And when he worked up a mammoth thirst
He could drink Canada dry

He puts salt on his porridge
And he eats it steamin’ hot man
Sugar is for an English lassie
No’ AnElephant frae Scotland

* daud – a lump, a large piece
** a meringue – in Scots, sounds like ‘could I possibly be mistaken’

Oh, and Champagne needs the French pronunciation for the rhyme to work.
As if that matters!

And thanks to a couple of new friends for their unintentional inspiration:
Yep, they are to blame!

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4 Responses to New Hell Cuisine

  1. pennycoho says:

    What an enjoyable epicurean philosophy. I found much pleasure in this post, but then I really like the taste of many things. 😉


  2. mixedupmeme says:

    Besides enjoying laughs and smiles I am also getting educated. 🙂

    I can’t wait to include ‘daud’ in a conversation and impress…….somebody or maybe nobody. 😦


  3. Quite a diet! As an English lassie I like syrup on my porridge! Sacrilege, I know! 🙂


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