the tragic tale of two not-so-great pretenders

This tragic tale began with the rumour the world’s most scrumptious zucchini (courgette) and cheesy pie had been cooked perfectly to perfection in ancient greco-roman earthenware (crockery). The tale tattled the pie was ready to scoff with scornful derision and mockery towards gentlemanly table manners.

This rumour resounded in the ears of two not-so-great pretenders where it was vigorously tossed, evenly sliced and finely torn in the screw-topped jar of their skulls, and produced a smooth thick plan to thieve the world’s most scrumptious zucchini (courgette) and cheesy pie. And eat it all. Continue reading the tragic tale of two not-so-great pretenders