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Don't worry - Still plan on writing about dining in the Big Easy, but couldn't resist a quick posting about an explosive story that's making the rounds:
If made as directed in Southern Living's April issue, the magazine's recipe for Icebox Rolls
Posted at 04:42 PM in Recipes | Permalink
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RE: the use of this biscuit recipe as a weapon of war
Boiling oil was the defensive weapon of choice for lusty knights resisting a seige in Merrie Olde England.
That's why they had crenellations - space to pour the oil.
So you see, everything is connected, from food to architecture, all part of one seamless garment, rent asunder by the Enlightenment. Hence, ironically, the biscuits now explode, injuring the cook, rather than defending him. Thanks, liberal media.
March 31, 2004 at 05:41 PM
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