11 April 2007

word of the day: incunabulum.

Definition: (1) A book printed in the earliest period of printing, especially from Gutenberg's invention of the printing press in 1436 up to 1500; an incunable; (2) any product of the earliest stage of development; (3) a cocoon.


1 comment:

bobsyblog said...

4) (obs.) a retarded spoon fed incubus nourished by a dark-age priest with a bland tasting grain based porridge

ps: eggplant recommendations: 1) make wonderful lamb-based curry 2) add eggplant during preparation 3) eggplant entirely disappears
(also: what about ratatouille?)