Two hundred and eighty four eye-watering recipes for you to try

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Two hundred and eighty four eye-watering recipes for you to try

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From a reference in History of English Podcast Episode 132.

FWIW I have been making (1), (4), and (181) successfully for years now.
Bon, as we say in the cultured world, appetit!
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FYI ...

Jalapenos + anything = eye-watering.
Habaneros adds forehead-sweating.

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Apologies if you already have this one Chris - but in case you have any surplus children floating around and who won't be missed...
    
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(Courtesy of my sister, who has been rifling through the recipe collection of my long-departed ma.)
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I think all of these are worth trying. But I'm confused where to start.

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Leif wrote:
11 May 2021, 14:50
My sister, who has been rifling through the recipe collection of my long-departed ma.)
"Rifling"? She hunts her own sources?
Please don't :oink:
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Santa Claus was good to me, brought me three huge moose chops, three huge moose steaks, 18 moose breakfast sausages, a pound of ground moose meat, and two bags of fish (In Newfoundland "fish" means "Cod". Anything else that swims is either Rubbish or Bait)
The yellow arrow is a Moose Pointer. :much leifter: :hello: John Gray.

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