Teh Squeaky Wheel
“Awww…who’s a good capybara? You are!”
Happy Caturday, GN!
Auuuugh…what a week; glad to have a couple of days of relative sloth.
Are they good to eat? Are they kosher?
Happy Capybaraday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa, and Sven!
Mrs. Paddy arrived flew in late last night, on a packed flight, and had to check her carry-on bag at the gate, which means she had to wait at baggage claim, which added another 20 minutes to her pick-up time.
Oh, well, I’m glad she’s home.
Hiya, Sven and Paddy!
Glad to read that Mrs. O’ is safely home.
Since capybaras have toes, not split hooves, I’m guessing they’re treyf.
Being that they’re rodents, I have no clue re edibility. (And hope to remain ignorant re this particular culinary matter.)
For our steadfast Thread Lad:
It would seem that only a Mozart outcome is desirable.
Huh. “South America’s capybara is the world’s largest living rodent. The meat of the capybara is reminiscent of pork; it is considered a delicacy, and often served dried, salted, shredded and seasoned alongside rice and plantains.”
As we say in our family, “delicacy” means something disgusting your people used to eat when there was nothing else to eat and you’ve now convinced yourselves that it’s rare and wonderful.