Hell, al-khal was the way they described it, which was making it the same way you did khol, or eyeshadow,so the first applications certainly weren’t in that vein.
I found out today in Australia is National Fairy Bread Day. Growing up in the 70’s, no kid’s party was complete without buttered white bread covered in 100’s & 1000’s / sprinkles.
It’s coloured sugar on white bread, basically; the cocaine of the under-8 set, but hey, it was the 70’s.
I always wondered about the fairy part-did the fairies make it? Was it made of fairies? Maybe that was fairy poop?
We called it the “Popes nose “ https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/turkey-tails
Good question - I guess because it’s just pretty and colourful? I like your options better.
Unlike Fairy Liquid, which is made from distilled fairies.
(Sure I remember this line from a “Young Ones” episode but can’t find a reference to it.)
Yum. I’m the only one in my family who eats it. I love the stuff, though.
Stuffing. With oysters.
Pretty sure it was a very short time from alcohol for medicinal use and alcohol to soothe one’s soul. Just like the first use of photography wasn’t to make porn. But it was likely the second or third.
It wasn’t a complete failure.
First time trying a chocolate pecan pie.
It overflowed like a lava. But as ugly as it looks, It tasted great.
More like candy than pie.
Year-end holiday recipes thread.
Weeping in sadness or joy?
(Lovely, either way)
Nothing to do with Bernoulli’s equations?