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wotsfortea

Herbs

I rather like the herb salad from the supermarket containing coriander and parsley. Sheeps complains, which is unlike him, he says its ''not a salad, just a plate full of leaves.''  
I love fresh coriander on my curry, herbs with fish and garlic and rosemary roast potatoes.
How do you eat your herbs?
grunt

Mostly orally.

Love herbs, always eat the sprig of parsley served with dishes at posh restaurants like Harvesters.
fartcatcher

Is someone who eats herbs a herbivore then?
Grind

grunt wrote:
Mostly orally.

Love herbs, always eat the sprig of parsley served with dishes at posh restaurants like Harvesters.


I'm an oral kind of guy too.

Herbs just aren't quite the same when shoved up the arse.

I'm not sure Harvester would approve either. Not with them being posh and that.

Maybe Wimpy instead?
Forest

fartcatcher wrote:
Is someone who eats herbs a herbivore then?


A herbalist I think.
wotsfortea

I do a serious thread on the many uses of Herbs, both culinary and medicinal.
I invite you to share some of your recipes and what do you do? You make a Cats knacker of the thread.
No wonder Dock/ Country Boy has packed you all in.
fartcatcher

Are the cat's knackers anything like the dog's bollocks?
Forest

fartcatcher wrote:
Are the cat's knackers anything like the dog's bollocks?


Cats Knackers = bad, Dogs bollocks = good.

Also 'Hung like a hamster' not good.

Who decides these animal analogies?
fartcatcher

we have parsley and chives in the garden

the slugs and snails eat the parsley but the chives are very nice in salad or with new potatoes.

Don't eat the flowers though. Bit chewy.
sheeps

Forest wrote:
fartcatcher wrote:
Are the cat's knackers anything like the dog's bollocks?


Cats Knackers = bad, Dogs bollocks = good.

Also 'Hung like a hamster' not good.

Who decides these animal analogies?



Back on topic, 'lower than a snake's belly'. Does this include tree snake's.
wotsfortea

My mother got me some more herbs over the weekend.
pennyroyal- a type of mint, mustard, feverfew and rue, the rue was used in the middle ages and was supposed to be a defence against witches and warding off evil spirits. The feverfew is used to make a tea that is good for migrain, the only problem is the plant smells like cat piss.
Grind

I guess the stench of cat piss takes your mind off other things?

There's about an acre of mint growing in my garden.
Forest

wotsfortea wrote:
My mother got me some more herbs over the weekend.
pennyroyal- a type of mint, mustard, feverfew and rue, the rue was used in the middle ages and was supposed to be a defence against witches and warding off evil spirits. The feverfew is used to make a tea that is good for migrain, the only problem is the plant smells like cat piss.


Rapeseed smells like stale pee. Countryside is full of it at the minute.
Grind

Inner cities, too.
Grind

On away trips I used to amuse everybody with cries of, "Rape!" every time we went past a field.

Oh, how everybody used to laugh.
grunt

There,s a lot of cow parsely about at the moment. Is it ok to eat?
Grind

grunt wrote:
There,s a lot of cow parsely about at the moment. Is it ok to eat?


Only the cow bit.
Dalek

Grind wrote:
grunt wrote:
There,s a lot of cow parsely about at the moment. Is it ok to eat?


Only the cow bit.


But her moo is worse than her bite.
fartcatcher

Grind wrote:
I guess the stench of cat piss takes your mind off other things?

There's about an acre of mint growing in my garden.


My uncle Dave used to piss on his leeks. Reckoned it made them grow quicker. Particularly after a few pints of 'Fed'.
sheeps

fartcatcher wrote:
Grind wrote:
I guess the stench of cat piss takes your mind off other things?

There's about an acre of mint growing in my garden.


My uncle Dave used to piss on his leeks. Reckoned it made them grow quicker. Particularly after a few pints of 'Fed'.


My Grandad had one one them zinc barrel things that he put all sorts of stuff in, I'm hoping, for once that my memory deceives me cos he put the resulting mush on his patch.

*shivers*
Grind

There's cum in cucumbers.

Just sayin'.
Grind

And shat in shallots.
Grind

But no horses in horseradish.
smiling badger

And there was me thinking this was a thread about the smoking variety of the herb..
Used to make Hash Cake, dont think that really counts as a salad though.
Mind you, probably could have thought it after eating on or two of them!
fartcatcher

When i was a kid i bought some bird seed and germinated it as i'd been told you got cannabis out of it,

My parents were pleasantly surprised at my sudden interest in botany.

Sadly the experiment failed.
Grind

fartcatcher wrote:
When i was a kid i bought some bird seed and germinated it as i'd been told you got cannabis out of it,

My parents were pleasantly surprised at my sudden interest in botany.

Sadly the experiment failed.


But the good news was you were able to reap a magnificently proportioned cash crop of 5'2" DD breasted page three stunnas?
sheeps

WFT will not be pleased.
bearing

I like that herb salad WFT, rate tasty n' that.

It's nice in a pitta with cheese, especially if it's the really peppery leaves.
wotsfortea

smiling badger wrote:
And there was me thinking this was a thread about the smoking variety of the herb..
Used to make Hash Cake, dont think that really counts as a salad though.
Mind you, probably could have thought it after eating on or two of them!


Any recipes?These painkillers are upsetting my stomach.
wotsfortea

bearing wrote:
I like that herb salad WFT, rate tasty n' that.

It's nice in a pitta with cheese, especially if it's the really peppery leaves.


You need something peppery to take away the taste of the gluten free cardboard flavored pitta bread.
smiling badger

wotsfortea wrote:
smiling badger wrote:
And there was me thinking this was a thread about the smoking variety of the herb..
Used to make Hash Cake, dont think that really counts as a salad though.
Mind you, probably could have thought it after eating on or two of them!


Any recipes?These painkillers are upsetting my stomach.


Yep, but think that they may upset your head rather than your stomach.
Then again..
bearing

wotsfortea wrote:
bearing wrote:
I like that herb salad WFT, rate tasty n' that.

It's nice in a pitta with cheese, especially if it's the really peppery leaves.


You need something peppery to take away the taste of the gluten free cardboard flavored pitta bread.


I dunno, I come on here and post a way to take the herbs and all you can do is mock.

Well, I wish I'd just followed the crowd and gone off at a tangent.
Grind

Too right.

Wibble.
wotsfortea

bearing wrote:
wotsfortea wrote:
bearing wrote:
I like that herb salad WFT, rate tasty n' that.

It's nice in a pitta with cheese, especially if it's the really peppery leaves.


You need something peppery to take away the taste of the gluten free cardboard flavored pitta bread.


I dunno, I come on here and post a way to take the herbs and all you can do is mock.

Well, I wish I'd just followed the crowd and gone off at a tangent.


Telling it as it is.
I am gluten sensitive, Sheeps says i have an attention seeking disease.
Gluten free stuff does taste like shite.
grunt

wotsfortea wrote:
smiling badger wrote:
And there was me thinking this was a thread about the smoking variety of the herb..
Used to make Hash Cake, dont think that really counts as a salad though.
Mind you, probably could have thought it after eating on or two of them!


Any recipes?These painkillers are upsetting my stomach.


Take one marijuana
Eat it
Add King Tubby to taste
grunt

Quote:
Cow parsley is considered to be edible, though having a somewhat unpleasant flavour, sharper than garden chervil, with a hint of carrot.


A hint of carrot, that sounds enticing.

But beware!

Quote:
Cow parsley can be mistaken for several similar-looking poisonous plants, among them poison hemlock and fool's parsley.


I'd like to do some foraging but it's fraught with danger isn't it.
Grind

I had a chervil once.

He was called Dollop, because that was the first thing he did on my mother.

I buried him in the back garden back in about 1976.

I could draw a map if anyone wants to see if he's still an eater.
wotsfortea

Roast lamb and mint sauce mmmmmmmmmmmmm,
better than sex.
sheeps

bearing

Grind wrote:
I had a chervil once.

He was called Dollop, because that was the first thing he did on my mother.

I buried him in the back garden back in about 1976.

I could draw a map if anyone wants to see if he's still an eater.


That's a bloody gerbil you fool
Grind

bearing wrote:
Grind wrote:
I had a chervil once.

He was called Dollop, because that was the first thing he did on my mother.

I buried him in the back garden back in about 1976.

I could draw a map if anyone wants to see if he's still an eater.


That's a bloody gerbil you fool


We also got this funny looking dutch rodent, but my mum wouldn't let me make hamster jam.
bearing

Max Bygraves gets into a car accident and smacks his face on the steering wheel, badly disfiguring his lips. So he goes to his Doctor and tells him he's unable to sing with his lips like that. So the Doctor tells him to go to every pet shop in the area and buy up all the Hamsters and bring them back to him.
So off pops Max and brings his Doctor 140 Hamsters.

"What are you going to do with them Doc?" Asks Max

"Well says the Doc, I'm going to boil them up with some sugar and put them in glass jars. Then I want you to apply this to your mouth 3 times a day for 6 weeks"

Max is a bit taken aback, but agrees to do it. He asks his Doctor what the reason for doing this is

His Doctor turns around to him and says...............

































"I'm giving you two lips from Hamster Jam"
Grind

More In than By these days.......

I wonder what Lulu would do?
Late Doors

Which berk first said Parsley was edible? idiots are falling for it all over the world now. Its just decoration ffs.
sheeps

Late Doors wrote:
Which berk first said Parsley was edible? idiots are falling for it all over the world now. Its just decoration ffs.


Parsley sauce with fish is very nice. WFT makes it lumpy.
wotsfortea

sheeps wrote:
Late Doors wrote:
Which berk first said Parsley was edible? idiots are falling for it all over the world now. Its just decoration ffs.


Parsley sauce with fish is very nice. WFT makes it lumpy.

Not half as lumpy as your head.
carp

wotsfortea wrote:
My mother got me some more herbs over the weekend. rue was used in the middle ages and was supposed to be a defence against witches.


I guess WFT is away for a while then
bearing

carp wrote:
wotsfortea wrote:
My mother got me some more herbs over the weekend. rue was used in the middle ages and was supposed to be a defence against witches.


I guess WFT is away for a while then


Hahaha



*hides*
wotsfortea

carp wrote:
wotsfortea wrote:
My mother got me some more herbs over the weekend. rue was used in the middle ages and was supposed to be a defence against witches.


I guess WFT is away for a while then


No i'm here making voodoo dolls, tell me where your pain is coming from carp?
As for you Bearing get measured tomorrow you should be a foot taller.
My L.D doll has had it's hair shaved off.
sheeps

She's not kidding.
bearing

*buys basketball*

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