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I think that's it though.
i am beginning to suspect that the secret ingredient is Tizer concentrate
can't say i regretted it though
does that count?
because i came here to say hot dogs. and i hope to never understand
Still don't really get what it is
You can't just make stuff up.
It's surprisingly nice, though.
those little bugs they use to make Smarties different colours
:-D DICKHEAD :-D
you know: "rob - we love the work you're doing. The review of the sE 3300 was outstanding. Just one thing: you smell of rats - do something about it or your P45 will be in the post. But hey, keep up the good work!"
Tim Buckley quite so well, you really did him and yourself justice you MASSIVE PASTY-SKINNED BALL BAG and to be honest if you recorded it I reckon you'd have a shot at getting it on an advert even.
the 3300 is a great mic
From the international food section in tesco, and had no idea what it was. Glad I googled it before I decided to go through with cooking them.
If I'd known what it was, I'd've known better than to put it anywhere near my mouth. Pretty sure this is the most disgusting thing I've ever eaten.
Century egg (Chinese: ??; pinyin: pí dàn), also known as preserved egg, hundred-year egg, thousand-year egg, thousand-year-old egg, and millennium egg, is a Chinese cuisine ingredient made by preserving duck, chicken or quail eggs in a mixture of clay, ash, salt, lime, and rice hulls for several weeks to several months, depending on the method of processing.
but happy with that typo
doubly confusing as it seems to take so many different forms.
and Scrapple - cuboid extreme sausage/lard combination beloved of North-Eastern US types.
NO idea what was in it, but fucking hell it tasted amazing
Sorry, just something I have to do whenever the word 'Philly' is used
well, you know what I'm thinking
When I first got a graduate job I used to get taken out for lunch all the time. All my friends who work at banks were always blabbing on about foie gras and how amazing it was. I had absolutely no idea what it was, and proceeded to order it absolutely everywhere I got taken to lunch.
i did have some dragon slayer hot sauce this morning - i new what to expect, but if i had truly known, i would have taken a smaller amount
at a friend's house. assumed it was a misnomer, like sweet bread.
kidneys are organs, people don't eat organs...
god knows what I'd have made of the menu at a fancy Chinese restaurant. would have taken some crazy mental gymnastics to make shredded pork brain fit my personal logic...
I was semi-vegetarian when I had it and thought it was made of tomatoes. No idea how.
Still my all-time favourite foodstuff though.
Also, some of the things I've eaten at an asado here in Argentina. Hell no I do not want to know which bit of the cow that was. They loves them some offal.