I need your help
>be a kid at a pool with my friend
>start putting hot sauce on them because I'm a kid that likes to experiment with my food
>friend says "ew thats disgusting"
>crusty old sailor emerges from the corner and yells at him
>SHOW SOME RESPECT! that's one of the 7 spices
and I have quested across the lands ever since to try and discover what the 7 spices are. are they the key to ultimate flavor?
there are many different spices, what could the true 7 be?
One time during lunch in high school. I got some mayo and ketchup for my fries. And this kid was like "ewww that's gross"
Then I said to him, "Good thing you're not eating it then"
He literally was so stupid he didn't know how to respond to that.
so what we can take away from this is mayo and ketchup are not included in the holy spices since the crusty old man (I assume he is the guardian of the spices) didnt emerge to set the other kid straight for you
coriander is a herb not a spice you fucking spunk trumpet.
It looks like there is a slice of pepper in the top of the jug?
Do they do this or is it just a reflection???
Also the image of that man being so offended by that remark made me chuckle heartily
Absolutely incorrect, coriander is not a spice.
Nice damage control.
My daughter is a vegan and she puts loads of cumin, paprika, hot chilli and ground coriander seeds on her 'fries' or chips as we call them. She eats them with red onions fried in olive oil with boiled beans. It's sounds horrible, but it's really tasty. Maximum comfort food.
As a non vegetarian omnivore, I put some cheese on top and let it melt. I got her some raspberry sorbet and ate most of it. Because she doesn't eat ice cream. And I'm a crap dad. But I got her a kitten for her birthday so all my gluttony is forgiven, right?
This man is correct.
This man is incorrect, and very angry.
"A spice is a seed, fruit, root, bark, berry, bud or vegetable substance primarily used for flavoring, coloring or preserving food. Spices are distinguished from herbs, which are parts of leafy green plants used for flavoring or as a garnish. "- Wikipedia
The leaves of coriander (i.e. cilantro) are an herb. The seeds are a spice.
fuck you on about nigga
mustard is created by using seeds. people frequently use corianders seeds, they actually have a diff taste than the fresh herb. so if anything you'd have to point out those 2 arent spices. your definition is arbitrary anyway.
No, but the worm is.
>the spice must flow
pretty sure he was talking about jizz, man