Ravenous part 3


#801

I can’t get my head around this one


#802

I’ll be visiting the mother tonight, sure they’re the dearest


#803

Your mother is your greatest fan, possibly your only fan.


#804

Sunday roast on a Thursday. A lovely treat


#805

How are things chief?


#806

Things ain’t so bad kid. Start radium and chemo for 5 solid weeks on November. A break then until February. Surgery to take the fucker out. Colostomy bag for a while. More chemo and then reverse the bag. Should be fit enough to shit all over em in Thurles next year.
Chemo is in tablet format so side effects not half as bad


#807

Probably won’t be too many more calm evenings for the barbecue


#808

Having some hamburg here. My one year old daughters food at the bottom.


#809

God help that poor cratur of a child


#810

She finished all of it, god bless her.


#811

She must be an awful size.


#812

She is. She broke her baby chair last week, now we just ferry her around in a wheelbarrow.


#813

It’s a ferocious amount of food for a one year old.


#814

I wouldn’t like to see a child go hungry but thats a generous portion for a 6 or 7 year old. Maybe they only feed kids once a day in the orient

One battered sausage would have been more than enough


#815

Ah lads.


#816

That was some tempura mate. Easy mistake to make tbf.


#817

Tempura just means batter kid. Tempura sausages for e.g.


#818

Do you often order tempura sausage in the chippers around North Cork mate?


#819

You wouldn’t ask for French fries either but it’s the same thing


#820

Seeing as ye were all so enamoured with my mother’s cooking last week I said I’d take a little detour on the road and drop in again today. She’s got something nice simmering away there now. My mouth is watering at the thought of it. It should be ready shortly. In the meantime does anyone care to guess what she’s prepared on this Monday afternoon?