Good one FD. There’s something I cant read next to the Matt Preston shot. “Drizzled with a glossy….?”
Love the way 5he robotic Julia springs out of the crucible and starts speaking.
Slinkies? Must be because of this: “Some people are like slinkies, not really good for much but bring a smile to your face when pushed down the stairs.”
Jesus you are a funny bugger, First Dog
That would be aioli Venise.
Which just goes to show, that as a chef,
Firstdog makes a very fine cartoonist.
Aioli (Provençal Occitan alhòli, Catalan all-i-oli) is a sauce made of garlic and olive oil. Normally egg is also added for ease of mixing.
Essentially a garlic flavoured mayonnaise
Sigh. Did I get on the permanent moderation list? No need to ok this one
Brillant First Dog. Kim Carr as an ewok is utter genius.
PADDY: I am pounding my head and asking myself ‘How can I be so stupid?’ Of course it’s aiöli. One of those glorious foods which my medico occasionally trots out, as being terrible for people, along with butter, triple-crème cream and everything else which makes life worth living.
As my cholesterol is normal I don’t see why I should listen to him. So I frown and ignore him. Then he gets nasty and asks me how much wine I drink?
… and secret ingredients …. an M for maths viaMacDonalds, an I for Ideological Israel insertion, a W for willful woodchipping Wimpout.
Oh, and of course a streak of pommie whiner diluted by Australian sunshine.
I don’t think I could make one… where do I get a certain je ne sais quoi? The store ran out last week…
Bunnings won’t do a deal on a hydrochloric acid, rat poison or glass bulk-buy so I guess Julia stays a one off like no other. Blown away by this one - your a genius Mr Dogonthemoon!
MESKI: Me too!
First Dog, you are a ray of hilarious sunshine in my workaday world x
On a related note, why do they sell glue labelled as mayonnaise at the supermarket?
Oh Meski: The answer. Because people buy it. It tastes like a carefully beaten pot of old-fashioned clag mixed with areoplane fuel.
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