My interest in letting people share images with their comments (see my recent “Adding Images to Comments“) was in large part due to an email I received from our good pal “Mark from Kansas” the other day. He took it upon himself to create his own worm composting culinary masterpiece – in effect, tossing his hat in the ring with me and Larry (if you are wondering what on earth I am talking about, please read these posts: “Worm Composting Pizza?“, “Vermicomposting Pancakes“). Here is what he wrote:
I call it:
The Worm Burrito
“A nice brown paper toilet paper tube, stuffed with malodorous potato peelings, nose watering water melons, with bad broccoli and stinky celery all served on a bed of used coffee grounds”.
There, top that!
I LOVE it! Unlike Larry and I, Mark clearly put some serious effort into the overall presentation of his vermi-feast (I think the technical term is “plating”) – so he definitely gets points for that! It remains to be seen what the worms think, but hopefully Mark will keep us posted!
Anyway – apart from wanting to share that with everyone, Mark also thought all the worm recipes flying around these days might inspire others to try their hands at becoming vermi-chefs. And THAT, my friends, is a big part of why I want people to be able to share images on the site!
SO, it’s time to get creative and see what tasty treats you can come up with for your wiggling friends! Next, snap a pic of your dish and attach it to your comment (again, you can learn how to do so >>here<<). Who knows - perhaps we can even make a contest out of this! Thanks again to Mark (and of course Larry) for the inspiration!** Spring Special - Dig in with the Vermi-Trench & Walking Windrow Package - Now more than 50% off! **