HUNGRY SHAKESPEARE

To eat or not to eat, that is ingestion
Whether tis hunger in the mind to suffer
The pangs and gurgles of outrageous juices
Or to take in food against a sea of rumbles
And by digesting end them.

COOKING ROMEO

But soft and light filling, through pastry breaks
Is it the yeast and flour in the buns?
Arise soufflé and lunch will be soon
Who is ready to sit and dine on beef?

MARK ANTONY’S RUMP

Rump, sirloin, brisket, all but the ears
I come to roast beef not to braise it
Liver that can be so good with onions
Tripe, offal and soup made with their bones
So let it be with beef the noble cow

JULIETS SAUCE

Oh Heinz, Heinz! Where is the Heinz?
Even my father has used the same
And if there is none, I will go without
As I will use no other ketchup

HAMLETS BREAKFAST

Ah cold porridge! I think not, waitress: marmalade
Of infinite zest, on toast lightly browned. I’ll have
A pot of coffee black a Colombian blend and now how
About juice freshly squeezed and that’s it.thanks

SHAKESPEARE’S WINE

Try Medoc and then sip the Saint Emillion
That this full-bodied wine shall smell of earth
With fruity nose, supple soft and well rounded