I have been tied up the past couple of days with business, book formatting, bookstore visits, and the funeral of a next-door neighbour of many decades.
Brace yourselves, foodies – I thought it was time that instead of battling to come up with answers to all these munch-related questionnaires, I should compile one of my own:
- What do you call a Welsh rarebit if it’s common, and not in Wales?
- Why did the Swiss roll?
- Why did the apple turnover?
- Why did the banana split?
- What is a bakewell tart if you don’t?
- What is the difference between a bakewell tart and a hardboiled hooker?
- Is raisin bread anything like raisin’ children after they’re bred?
- What dough do you use for each of the above?
- Why would a daily baguette imply laziness?
- Is sushi best boiled or fried?
- Before eating Chinese, should you kill them? and
- Should you chop sticks?
- If you have bean, do you really need a pea?
- The tide for Swedes who pass nips or turn nips is neeps? and
- Is an overweight person from Sweden a mangelwurzel?
- Does tuna help a pianist?
- How long should the rat exercise at a wheel before you prepare your ratatouille?
- If you are happy with something, are you cheesed on with it? and
- Would you be fed down with it? and
- How could always being starved make you fed up?
- Would nuclear-powered submarines give you fission ships?
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