maggiekb — 2013-08-22T11:49:10-04:00 — #1
medievalist — 2013-08-22T11:53:32-04:00 — #2
Oh please, please everyone eat the garlic mustard. I spend days every spring pulling that invasive crap out of the woods, and I'm barely making a difference within sight of my own property, there's acres of the stuff popping up everywhere.
winkybber — 2013-08-22T11:59:31-04:00 — #3
Is the joke you're looking for: "And co-incidentally, it is also the most recent example of spices being used in Northern European cooking."?
awjt — 2013-08-22T12:00:25-04:00 — #4
They also found a clay tablet that said, "No such thing as too much garlic mustard."
maggiekb — 2013-08-22T12:03:59-04:00 — #5
Something like that.
To be fair, there's always salt and pepper. Good old salt and pepper.
ratel — 2013-08-22T12:13:48-04:00 — #6
Pepper? You mean that newfangled Asian spice?
medievalist — 2013-08-22T13:38:07-04:00 — #7
Peppers come from Hungary where they've been used to make Paprika for hundreds of millions of years. Don't believe those lying "scientists" with their "evidence" and "facts" and "fossil record".
maggiekb — 2013-08-27T11:49:17-04:00 — #8
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