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No. 317: It's some sort of Spargel sect

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It's some sort of Spargel sect

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Strip by: David Morgan-Mar, Tim Mason

T-Rex: In Germany, asparagus is called "Spargel"[1], and everyone looks forward to
T-Rex: SPARGEL SEASON!
T-Rex: They have special Spargelkarte menus: Spargel hollandaise, Spargel with potatoes, potato and Spargel soup, Spargel pancakes, potato and Spargel pancakes, Spargel and schnitzel, pork fillet with two types of Spargel,
T-Rex: Spargel omelette, Spargel with sausage and sauerkraut...
Utahraptor: Wow.
Utahraptor: They sound great! And I think they'd pair well with a Spargelling wine!
T-Rex: Oh my. Unexploited marketing niche!
T-Rex: You heard it here first

The author writes:

Seriously. I discovered this on a holiday in Germany in 2007, as I recorded in my travel diary.

[1] Spargel, Deutsche Wikipedia.