Monday, November 12, 2007

Household tips

After a recent comment from some juvenile over at Fenerbahce Worldwide which is in my opinion the best of the English Language Turkish football blogs in terms of posting, layout, coverage, seriousness etc. the only pity is the content but hey not everything can be perfect. Lets face it worthy as Oz Kanak and his mates are Nathan is in a league of his own...I was advised to stick to things that we of the fairer sex are good at, you know cooking, sewing making babies etc.

Firstly here are my tips for dinner:

Eagles in a stew: First take 11 black eagles and place them in a garden near the sea. Add some canaries and 3 headless chickens for flavoring. Bring to a boil and just before serving remove the canaries and the chickens leaving the Eagles to stew in their own juices for a week or two. Can also be served with 8 portions of lob scouse for added piquancy.

Canary pie: Similar to humble pie but served with a large slice of cold comfort and pastirma on the side. Mix all the ingredients, throw the mixture to a floured surface and pat with your hand. Place in oven and when you see red you know its all over and time to reach for the indigestion tablets.

Pickled herrings: Should be served pickled and raw and washed down with akavit. For added flavour you could mix in lob scouse, a splash or two of bordeaux and some dutch cheese. Choke.

Second city pies: Add all the ingredients to a large dish, mix well place in oven and burn to a crisp. Serve cold and tasteless.

So tune in next week for more household tips,


Nathan L. Redd said...

Gulay, would you be willing to share your e-mail address with me? Don't worry, it's not bad. I want to tell you something, but I'd rather not do it in a public forum. My e-mail is if you want to share your e-mail address with me. I'd really appreciate it.

Eski Kanka Jim said...

Ho ho ho ha ha ha.... that was a good'un Gulay. That 2nd City Pie sounds yummy !!

Not quite as tasty, but if you wish I can send you the recipe for Hibernian Haggis and Neeps ??!!

Oz Kanka said...

Cimbom Pie

Throw one striker past its sell-by date into a battered old stadium, sorry dish, add some foreign spices and get an elderly man to stir.

Don't forget to add a whole bloody heap of going on about past glories.

Review: "The CimBom pie was great. A real riot of supporters... er flavours"

Gulay said...

oz, nice one

pickled herrings was my tribute to champions and uefa glory over the last couple of seasons.......

but which past its sell by date striker in particular were you referring to.....

Nathan L. Redd said...

so, Gulay....I take that as a "no?"

Nathan L. Redd said...

Gulay, did you ever get my e-mail? It came back to me as "undeliverable" but I thought maybe it went to one of your e-mail addresses.