July 06, 2004
Today's cooking tip
Following the discussion at Tim Blair's on Vegemite, Australia's national spread, I humbly present Simon's special recipie, passed down from generation to generation*, using the magical spread.
Ingredients:No need to thank me for sharing such a precious family recipie. You can leave reviews once you've tasted heaven.
* of fruit flies.posted by Simon on 07.06.04 at 06:24 PM in the
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I object to the use of the word 'Cheddar' in this context. You are talking about horrible processed cheese that bears absolutely no relation to Cheddar cheese.
I am consulting my lawyers (Fumier, Fumier, Clifford and Chance) and you will be hearing from them shortly.
"Mr Cheese"posted by: Chris on 07.06.04 at 07:30 PM [permalink]
I look forward to my day in court. Wait until I spring the famous "Saab defence" on Fumier.posted by: Simon on 07.06.04 at 07:50 PM [permalink]
Clifford Chance are a very fine firm.posted by: fumier on 07.06.04 at 09:26 PM [permalink]
Hate to be the one to break the news, Simon, but your recipe has been spotted in texts of the backroom deliberations by US Department of Justice policy wonks concerning the limits of abuse for captive enemy combatants.posted by: Wind Rider on 07.07.04 at 03:27 AM [permalink]
I believe the Geneva Convention has a paragraph devoted just to the horrors of Vegemite.posted by: Ted on 07.07.04 at 07:35 PM [permalink]