Started by Steve J, 25 September 2021, 07:49:37 AM
Quote from: FierceKitty on 13 October 2021, 01:05:36 AMIt's the garnish of tin dust and powdered saffron that makes the real ones special.
Quote from: FierceKitty on 13 October 2021, 04:07:15 AMTraditional Cornish flavouring. May reflect Phoenecian influence, I'm told.
Quote from: steve_holmes_11 on 12 October 2021, 09:57:48 AMIf so, are the Kitten Drowners Irregular A?
Quote from: Heedless Horseman on 13 October 2021, 04:41:52 AMCurious? How could Cornish afford Saffron? I thought that until 'present', it was an 'ultimate Luxury' commodity? I don't even know what it tastes like!
Quote from: Ithoriel on 12 October 2021, 04:14:37 PM700 grams of Kenyan Lemon Chilli Chevda just delivered.I blame you Mr. Lewis, I blame you!
Quote from: FierceKitty on 13 October 2021, 07:29:09 AMYou buy it in milligrams, not in jars! Heavens, Bill Gates doesn't buy it by the jar!If you're not sure what to do with it, ask around for a good Italian, Turkish, or Indian restaurant. Might be a costly experiment otherwise.
Quote from: Heedless Horseman on 13 October 2021, 07:03:52 AMSheesh! If Irish used Saffron for a cloth dye, that is a LOT of Crocus sepals for an impoverisfhed country.... maybe a 'colour' rather than a commodity?