Re: New Orleans
- From: dbell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ("David G. Bell")
- Date: Mon, 05 Sep 2005 10:49:43 +0100 (BST)
On Monday, in article
usenet@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx "sarah" wrote:
> Steve Rawlings. www.dexterbeef.co.uk <srawlings@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > In article <1h2dtjw.dvo5y2q6mna8N%usenet@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
> > usenet@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (sarah) wrote:
> > > The UK is apparently sending
> > > our version of MRE :-)
> > Yep 0.5m Lancashire HotPots or Chicken Kormas....
> That will be an interesting experience for those accustomed to <thinks>
> almost any USian food, not to mention Creole and Cajun. Might need the
> people on rec.food.preserving to supply bottles of hot sauce :-)
I think it was Wednesday night, and there was a bit of dark-grey humour
about Tabasco Sauce futures going up. And then there was a sudden
silence as we recalled a TV program where somebody had visited the
factory (Lloyd Grosman?).
There really is only one factory, and the stuff sits in vats for several
Jim, can you imagine a band of modern day pirates boarding a ship in
Mid-Atlantic because it has the only Tabasco sauce left?
David G. Bell -- SF Fan, Filker, and Punslinger.
"I am Number Two," said Penfold. "You are Number Six."