Oeuf! I can’t take any more puns!
Blog Guy, I read a Reuters story about a French guy who is trying to bring caviar to the masses.
Sounds like a rough roe to hoe…
Roe to hoe? Groan. I’m going to ignore that, Blog Guy, because this is a serious story. The guy is using eggs from farmed sturgeon.
Those are really good for you, according to a report from the sturgeon-general.
That’s enough, Blog Guy! This same French guy is also introducing some new duck dishes.
That’s incorrect. I believe it’s a canard.
I get it! Canard is duck, but is also false information. Stop these word games!
I’m sorry, I was just having some fun with you. I did read about this same dude. He has a restaurant where he plans to serve a canard-stuffed caviar dish.
Um, I’m afraid to ask. Why isn’t he serving it already?
He wants to get all his ducks in a roe.
The dish “Oeuf Christian Dior”, a soft-boiled egg named after the fashion designer served with its top sliced off and a sliver of fish roe laid on top, is displayed at the Prunier restaurant in Paris November 19, 2010. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Cooks prepare dishes in the kitchen of the Prunier restaurant in Paris November 19, 2010. REUTERS/Charles Platiau