“Par-Grilled Ukulele Generously Marinated in Worcestershire Sauce and Accompanied by Lashings of Ginger Beer.”

“Par-Grilled Ukulele Generously Marinated in Worcestershire Sauce and Accompanied by Lashings of Ginger Beer.”

Enid sat back from her writing desk, having seen Julian, Dick, Anne, Georgina, and their dog, Timmy through another spiffing adventure.

Now there was just the celebratory picnic that the children would have to round up their adventure.

Enid thought for a minute… then she set her words flowing once more.

The children looked bemusedly at their culinary fare.

“It doesn’t look that tasty.” said Julian.

“It smells a bit spicy.” commented Dick.

“At least there’s lashings of Ginger Beer!” hurrahed Anne.

George poked at the food with a pointy stick. “It doesn’t look as if it’s cooked.” she said:

“Woof!” agreed Timmie.

Anyway, the children were so hungry that they tucked in regardless. Timmie, however, refused to partake, choosing rather to chase his tail excitedly.

The four children were all decidedly poorly the next day – that would be the first, last, and only time that they ate “Pan-Fried Ukulele in a Sweet-Teriyaki Sauce.”

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#3 in a series of 10 entitled, ‘Ten (10) Creative Ways To ‘Literally’ Cook Your Ukulele.’

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