Rat Kabobs More fun than roasting marshmallows, Rat Kabobs are the tasty way to rid yourself of unwanted pests.
Ingredients: Rat meat, Spices, and Jug of Sauces, Skewers
Cooking Instructions: Fire a spit for high heat. Gently impale whole rat onto skewer. Place over heat and cook until hair sears off. Dip in sauces and spices and cook until eyes glaze over and serve.
Tastes great with: Wasp Wing Crunchies and Ale
Beer Braised Rat Preferably served with the head and tail still attached, Beer Braised Rat is lots of fun because it "watches" you eat it.
Ingredients: Rat Meat, Spices, Short Beer
Cooking instructions: Prepare the spit or oven to high heat. Carefully pull the skin off of the rat leaving head and tail intact. Drench rat meat in stale beer and roll in spices. Grill until dark- ened and falls apart.
Tastes great with: Muffins and Short Beer
Woolie Spider Crunchies Like cotton candy with a crunchy center. The delightfully fluffy texture of these sweets leaves your mouth feeling scratchy and dry. A food with no drawbacks!
Ingredients: Woolie Spider Legs and Frosting
Cooking Instructions: Fire oven for low heat. Smother woolie spider legs in frosting and place in oven. Remove when hardened and frost- ing crystallizes.
Tastes great with: Cookies and Short Beer
Beetle Eye Pie Being both crunchy and squishy, Beetle Eye Pie is the best of both worlds.
Ingredients: Clump of Dough, Flame Beetle Eye, Spices, 1 Pie Tin
Cooking Instructions: For crust, line the bottom of a pie tin with a clump of dough. Delicately com- bine eyeballs and spices and pour onto the crust. Top with extra dough. Bake until golden.
Tastes great with: Beer Braised Bear and Tall Beer