Recipe for Coffee
Are you bored of the same coffee bean flavour? When you grind your coffee beans, do you tire because you know it's going to be the same old taste? Well, have I got an idea for you! When adding your beans to your coffee grinder, consider adding some dried slug. Yes, dried slug! It tastes great and it's a great way to get rid of some surplus slugs.
Take your unwilling slug, if they resist then just knock them on the head with a miniature hammer, tie the little blighter up and leave outside under the sun - much like how you would when 'making' sun-dried tomatoes. If you live in England and the sun isn't out very often then the slug can be grilled. Just make sure that no other slugs are nearby witnessing you committing slugicide.
Once the slug is sun-dried and very dead, simply add him/her to the grinder with your coffee beans and grind as normal. (If there's a high-pitched scream then you haven't left your slug out under the sun for long enough). Then make your coffee as you usually would and savour the unique flavour and great, slug-tastic taste. Sluglicious!
Works wonderfully for espressos, lattes and destroying slug morale etc...
In Maputo I am known for my love of tinned tuna.