“Is it too green?” asked the owner.
“Absolutely not,” opined ELV. “Escargot lovers are a pretty brave bunch, and besides, it looks just like it tastes — an herb-y, garlicky delight, chock full of parsley with a slender wisp of tarragon to cut through the earthy, buttery snails. And by the way, did I use too many gimmicky adjectives?”
” Not at all,” responded Rhonda. “What should we call it?”
“Why, the Emerald Isle Escargot,” piped in The Food Gal®. “It’s so full of green, glorified goodness, escargot gourmands will go ga-ga.”
And so the moniker was granted upon our gift, and it was good.
So sayeth ELV.
It costs $11.
Just thought you’d like to know.
2620 Regatta Drive.
Las Vegas, NV89128