September 02, 2004

The Question of The Day

Is there any nutritional value in whole-grain mustard?

Is it called whole-grain or whole-grained??

I got 'Fatherfucker' by Peaches today.

And finally, I would like to direct your attention to this fantastic-sounding recipe courtesy of Singlefin. I'm not big on mince... but the detail is so helpful! How can you go wrong with instructions like "Wait for approximately the time it takes to roll and smoke"!!

So - Happy this Saturday - will I see you there?


Blogger supergood said...

Well, you'd think having gone to chef school and done classes on nutrition that I would be in a position to answer your question. But our classes on nutrition went something like this... "Butter : good source of fat; Potato : good source of starch" so musard eh, probably a good source of Vitamins and Nutrients i'd say. Oh, and I just remembered about Happy today on the walk home when I saw a pretty poster. Hope my budget can stretch - how much is it? Can I cope without food, or without gig? And my god, what an amazing recipe! I will never look on mince the same way again.

2:34 PM  
Blogger Jessie said...

I think it's $10. Not too steep...

9:23 PM  
Blogger Jo Hubris said...

I did an extensive (read: until I finished my latte) search, and I managed to come up with this page:******5440000040*** - so in answer to your question, one serve of Grey Poupon Country Style Mustard (which looks wholegrained to me) will provide you with 5% of your daily sodium needs, so YAY! I'm sure we all know how hard it is to get sodium.

You will see me tomorrow night with bells on. Except, without the bells. Yeah.

11:18 PM  
Blogger The Saturnyne said...

MMMmmm! Sodium! My favourite flavour!

11:30 PM  
Blogger supergood said...

Please forgive me, the eloquence of my late night rambling earlier was the product of a life changing experience, one which you can all try for yourselves if you take the time to see Bone 207 at the battle of the bands final next saturday. Of course you'd have to miss dimmer for that, but its almost worth it.

12:01 AM  
Blogger The Saturnyne said...

thought i'd say "cooeee!" seeing as you seem to be online around about now... of course if you don't have an email alerter thing to new messages, then this message is wasted *sigh*

Stilll, Hi anyway!

3:04 AM  
Blogger SingleFin said...

Wow! For me, this counts as fame! Riches are sure to follow within the week!
Glad y'all enjoyed it, it's the only thing I can cook. Apart from beans on toast, which is not quite as impressive. Not that 'Drunken Chilli' is impressive, but ah well, what can you do?

-careful of those hot pans...

4:56 PM  
Blogger Jessie said...

Believe it or not, there was an advertising campaign here a while back saying "Don't Drink and Fry". No kidding - tv ads and everything.

9:56 PM  
Blogger supergood said...

I never really understood whether those ads were attempting to dissuade people from cooking while drunk for real. I mean, surely there's worse things you can do drunk?

4:56 AM  
Blogger SingleFin said...

Don't drink and fry? Hell, I could come with loads like this...
Don't drink and assemble flat pack furniture
Don't drink and perform surgery
Don't drink and format your hard drive
Don't drink and paint the kitchen

The list is endless!

11:14 AM  

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