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Re: Palin US and NZ by SingDino on 5 January 2003 9:35pm
 
ahh... lovely. So I won't be trying those anytime soon.
 
Re: Palin US and NZ by Helen on 6 January 2003 2:18am
 
atta girl!
I think Ellen will still try to convince you that marmite is the best thing since .. since.. SPAM!
As if there could be anything better than this soft pink potted meat product.

Are there any Palinites who eat haggis?
Intestines, tripe and oatmeal. Genius!
do share!
Oh dear I've spun off in a completely new direction again.
Ellen get some marmite in here, stat!
Helen
 
Re: Palin US and NZ by Rusted on 6 January 2003 9:10am
 
Marmite...spam...haggis...EUUUUCK!

Don't do this to us! We're already raving mad! ;O)

~Mary
 
Re: Palin US and NZ by ellenpc on 6 January 2003 2:46pm
 
Haaa! Right, how to describe those elixirs from heaven...?

(Sorry Di, couldn't find my previous description, must ask Lyn to keep an eye out for it, :-}} Luv Ya Lyn :-} )

OK, here goes....

Marmite, Lat:Yummus Spreadus,

Only Two known varients known to author, English and Kiwi.

English: ( Yummus Spreadus Blightyus)
Yeast extract concoction, brown colour, honey like texture with strong yeasty flavour. Usually eaten on toast, in sandwiches and on comb handles (boarding school variation only).

Kiwi: (Yummus Spreadus Antipodeus)
Yeast extract concoction, black colour, vaseline like texture, duller yeasty flavour with much less bite. Also found in sandwiches, on toast and in "mouse traps" (cheese, marmite, bread toastie, NZ variation only)

Subspecies known to author:

Bovril, Vegemite, Promite, Spamite.

Search for more subspecies still continuing....
 
Re: Palin US and NZ by SingDino on 6 January 2003 8:21pm
 
Isn't it amazing how no matter what the thread begins as, it ends up as a discussion about nasty bottled and canned meats or spreads.

There's another 'food'... an interesting pastry that losts of people find yummy. The Twinkie. It has the shelf life of about 152 years. When we're all dead and gone, travelers will research our cabinets and find these longish cream filled things, and still be able to eat them.

Candice (food for thought...)
 
Re: Palin US and NZ by Dianne on 7 January 2003 7:46am
 
Candice - don't knock it until you've tried it. :-)
 
Re: Palin US and NZ by Diamond on 4 February 2004 5:00pm
 
wellwell a gem to archive!!
 
Re: Palin US and NZ by Helen on 4 February 2004 6:26pm
 
I have learned much.
I now consider marmite "God"--- but I would still use it to lubricate my chainsaw. it's THAT versatile.
:)
 
Re: Palin US and NZ by ellenpc on 6 February 2004 12:36am
 
LOL Helen :-)

"All hail the elixar of life..........Marmite!! Black Gold!!"


Ellen x

P.S. it can also be used as a pretty nifty fake tan when the need arises...........
 
Re: Palin US and NZ by Diamond on 6 February 2004 12:38am
 
marmite body paint!!!
 
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