The Topic: The Conversatron - garlic salt

 Bloodyegg
Does anyone else really like garlic salt? I realize that the only food I have in my room is garlic salt (which isn't really a food, i guess) and tomatoes. And I just threw away a rotten banana. Lame enough?



Responses:


 Lester Knight Chaykin
God, I love garlic salt. I have some on the desk with me.

 Lester Knight Chaykin
It's "keeping me company". Um.

 Lester Knight Chaykin
But there's a good reason I had it out! I'm trying to recreate the world famous "Shistawook Garlic Sauce", as served by Aladdin's Eatery in Cleveland Heights.

Baron Munchausen  
But you don't yet have the secret ingredient! Mmhah! I happen to know this, as I have on my person, the very last bag of "Aladdin's Garlic Catalyst" ever allowed into the possession a Westerner.

Baron Munchausen  
It was given to me as a gift from the Sultanesse of Arabica, who was most grateful (and might I add, impressed!) when I saved her from a band of 100 desert bandits, who I slew single-handedly with my enchanted sling.

Baron Munchausen  
It's a wonderful substance, really. And very potent! I first became aware of its unusual properties when I added a dash to my roast pheasant one evening in Austria. I was not prepared for its power, and added far too much. Upon eating the pheasant, (which was delicious, though a bit dry), I was suddenly able to distinguish tastes in thin air itself. I could taste when a man was lying, or when a woman was thinking of me. This remarkable ability persists to this very day.

 Lester Knight Chaykin
Wow, that's pretty amazing. So... can I have some for my Shistawook sauce?

Baron Munchausen  
My young man, it is completely out of the question! I'm saving it for my dinner with the Empress and her delightful sisters!

 Lester Knight Chaykin
Damnit, everyone's always got some woman related agenda in this place. I guess I'll have to "display some adaptability" and find a different way to produce the delicious, potent, creamy white sauce.




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