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And honey. Musn't forget the honey.

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But doesn't brown sugar have a stronger flavour?

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Microwave's a pain. You've got to chop 'em into smaller pieces to fit them in, and do you know how much noise a Stryker saw makes going through bone?

I find rosemary adds a special piquancy.
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Remember... Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme...
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*shudder* I don't like rosemary much. Cardamom and cloves....hee..

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I prefer oregano over thyme leaves. Bit more chewy, but grinds pretty well.

Bone ? You're cutting bone ? * shakes head * Dearie me.

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Oregano's fun, but I can't smell oregano without thinking of pizza.
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I was talking to the chef's at work... they say Tumeric, Nutmeg and a pinch of cinammon works wonders.
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Is this new work or old work?

Did you specifically discuss roasting human flesh, or was this their general suggestion for cooking meat?
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New work, and I don't remember <i>specifically</i> mentioning cooking human flesh...
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I wonder if the particular flavour qualities of human flesh mean that certain herbs could truly bring out the piquancy...

I say I try to get a grant from the uni to test.
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*is reminded strongly of a Monty Python sketch...*

"How long has it been?"
"Isn't that a bit of a personal question?"
"I mean how long has it been since we've eaten?"
"Ahh..."
"Never mind, I'll start again. How long has it been?"
"Thirty-three days..."
...
"You can eat me, I've got a gammy leg and I won't last much longer."
"But he's not got enough fat on him!"
"You can have some of me, then."
"All right, so we'll have Johnson's leg and his arm..."

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VLADIMIR: That passed the time.
ESTRAGON: It would have passed in any case.
VLADIMIR: Yes, but not so rapidly.
Pause.
ESTRAGON: What do we do now?
VLADIMIR: I don't know.
ESTRAGON: Let's go.
VLADIMIR: We can't.
ESTRAGON: Why not?
VLADIMIR: We're waiting for Godot.
ESTRAGON: (despairingly). Ah!
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"How long has it been?"
"Isn't that a bit of a personal question?"
"I mean how long has it been since we've eaten?"
"Ahh..."
Or, the obsessive MP fan comes in with the accurate beginning...

"How long is it?"
"That's a rather personal question, sir!"
"You stupid git. I meant how long is it that we've been in the lifeboat? You've destroyed the atmosphere now."
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Some people who walked 10 k on Sunday just don't have the energy to think.

*points at leg* It's a little gammy. Anyone want some?

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