Sunday November 23, 2008 “There’s a footnote in UK/EU folklore that the Otherfolk can’t stand tobacco smoke, and I guess that might go under the list of ‘near-universal’, since that protocol shows up in many cultures.”
So — now we know who’s really behind anti-smoking laws!
>I wonder if there’s a website with recipes for
>odd things from food shelves?
I have a book called the “Cooking Collectarium,” which is an alphabetical list of strange edible things with one or two recipes for each one. I don’t know if there’s such a website, but I’ll bet if you google the name of whatever it is, someone, out there somewhere, has posted a recipe for it.
Thanks. I’ve looked, and this does seem to be generally true of ingredients. Some prepared foods are another matter, when the packaging doesn’t have cooking instructions.
I have some actual vegan cheese in my fridge, awaiting the arrival of my vegan daughter.
I plan to see what it’s like grilled.
What do you use besides the cheese in grilled cheese sandwiches?