Sunday, August 16, 2009

Pep 31: Cooking the Nazi Way!

"Wilkommen, meinen dammen und herren, auf


"Today ve are cooking Madonna-kabob. Many vould broil Madonna-kabob, but ze Nazi vay is to cooking it by STEAMING it. Zis leaves in all ze natural vitamins und preserves ze flavor... provided you do not steam too long, ja?

"Zlowly und shteadily turn over ze Madonna-kabob over your Max Schmeling Home Grill (tm), using a helmeted subhuman captured by ze North African campaigns. For extra zest, pepper it lightly mit bullets und ze strained angvish of an emotionally crushed Americanische military officer. Ach! Zo sweet!

"Zen, you gently remove ze lid from a large und clearly marked Nazi pot of boiling--VAT?! DONNERWETTER! Getten zie out of mein kitchen, you masked lunatics...!"


TotalToyz said...

"Max Schmeling home grill (tm)".

When, oh when will I learn not to drink Dr. Pepper while reading the Absorbascon?? Scratch another monitor....

Diamondrock said...

I see Dusty's still not back from "camp."

TotalToyz said...

The idea of a Nazi cooking show doesn't faze me. Nazi Germany actually had television broadcasting before most of the rest of the world, IIRC.

What I don't understand is Captain Nazi from Fawcett Comics hosting the show in the Pep Comics universe! This was long before both cultures were assimilated by the multiversal Borg that is DC Comics...;

Citizen Scribbler said...

Yeah, that Max Schmeling grill gag was great. And you are correct that steaming generally produces better results when cooking than broiling.

-Citizen Scribbler

SallyP said...

Oddly enough, my German Grandmother DID have this habit of pressure-cooking just about everything. So you hit THAT nail right on the head.

And yes, where oh where is doughty young Dusty?

Scipio said...

Oh, Sally, my stomach grew up knowing only two kinds of cooking: German and Chinese.

My stomach knows more about German cooking than it wants to.

SallyP said...

Heh heh.

TotalToyz said...

I can't remember who it was, but I seem to remember seeing a stand-up comedian who also grew up on German cuisine, theorize that the real reason Germany was always invading other countries is that they were looking for decent food.

(Speaking as someone of partial Russian descent, if that is the case they sure got on the wrong train by invading Russia.)