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Friday, 3 August 2012

Evidence that my sister and I share the same silly sense of humour

I don't know if any of you guys are people who have to watch what you eat, either from a dairy-free or gluten-free perspective, but if you are, you might find my sister's ideas and recipes helpful as well as entertaining.  She's a very experienced nutritional therapist but her websites have a fairly informal, chatty approach to them which her readers really like.  Browse her sites for more information.  

This recipe for stinky liver pate (my name for it, not hers) advocates cooking with a peg on your nose.  As I've written in my comment on the recipe, she should make a TV series.

Evidence that my sister and I share the same silly sense of humour




Ronald was preparing to make Micki's latest recipe
 and was following her instructions
to the letter.   

14 comments:

  1. I have looked up your sister's recipe and...how can I put this?...let's just say I'll leave it to braver cooks than I am. Plus ( and this is quite true) I've thrown away all our clothes pegs.

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    1. Ah, well, without the essential equipment, you can't do that recipe. Shame.

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  2. I'm not normally a fan of liver, but have you ever tried kosher chopped (chicken) liver? Delicious--& no clothespin needed!!

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    1. I think my mother in law makes this. Not my favourite dish, now I'm a vegetarian (well, a fishatarian), but I used to like it.

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  3. You ought to go into partnership... as The Liver Birds.

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    1. I'll suggest it. I don't think she'd go into partnership with me, though. She's saner than that.

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  4. I'm naturally greedy and will definitely be trying it out , without the clothes peg .

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    1. Thanks for commenting on her post. She'll be pleased.

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  5. I find it interesting that anyone who knows what the liver's function in a body is would eat it. Just saying....

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    1. There's always someone who wants to spoil everyone else's fun. Honestly!

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    2. party pooper (not that I would eat it either)

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  6. I don't get all these dairy-free, gluten-free, wheat-free etc. diets. I am sure they didn't exist when I was a nipper .... and no-one I knew died from eating that stuff. I think.

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    1. I like your caveat at the end!

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    2. I died from eating a peanut but no one noticed so I decided to just keep going. Someone had to take the kids to school.

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