Huh. Very realistic. Somehow it looks familiar.
Cut it in thin slice and put some sauce on it.
How dare you make me hungry. I’m not even kidding. The meat looks so good
This is definitely not how I expected this section to be christened, but it works
Is that a piece of macaroni as it’s spine?
Throat, specifically. The spine and bones are made of spaghetti.
We talking a mix of pork and beef like a meatball. Or being a kebab lamb? Looks to more on the whiter or pink meats just looking at it.
The bodies are made of two meatballs each. I cut a slice from the edge of each one and connected the large pieces together to create longer, properly-shaped bodies.
God every time I stare at it I get hungrier. Also while not as provocative as other interpretations I think this is what truly eating a fluffy would look like. All the others with either their expressions, whole body intact, and at worst furs still attached would be a nightmare to eat. As a professional cook I approve
Foal-on-a-stick is always a delight!
I may never want to eat a fluffy, but that looks fookin’ tasty. Well done.
Recipe please??? I want to make this for Christmas
I rember a story of a girl making dinner for thanks giving for like that and a fluffy mare with around 5 foals on her back she take the foals gut them out put mash potato inside the foals and eat them and I rember it said melted inside their mouth if any of you know this story I like to read it again
This made me hungry. That is all.
It’s more construction instructions than a recipe, but:
Cut a slice off the side of each meatball and connect the large pieces together to form one elongated meatball.
Cook spaghetti and macaroni.
Tear holes in the meatballs where legs and neck reimains go.
Cut a macaroni in half.
Use a toothpick to dig a hole in the neck hole to put the macaroni in.
Cut five 1cm pieces of spaghetti.
Use toothpick to make holes in the leg holes and put the leg bone spaghetti in them.
Put the last piece in the neck hole, above the macaroni as a spinal column.