Australian cuisine

Mark A Mandel mam at THEWORLD.COM
Tue Dec 10 21:40:16 UTC 2002

On Tue, 10 Dec 2002, Jonathon Green wrote:

#1902 Bulletin (Sydney) 12 Jul 16/2: The cow-cocky [ie small outback dairy
#farmer] is the most awful and wonderful of the genus - especially the young
#rooster. [...] Used to cows all his wretched lifetime, he actually becomes
#cow-like [...]. 'Cockies' delight,' [ie treacle] by the way, isnt his only
#culinary luxury. Let 'C.J.D.' [a correspondent] taste 'calf-pudding' and
#he'll remember it for ever afterwards. A calf's paunch, stuffed with scrub
#magpie, water-rat, hog's lard, eel, pig's liver, carrots, turnips, pop-corn,
#goose eggs, pumpkin jam, rock salt, _and_ 'Paddy's lucerne,' and boiled for
#four days.

The way one remembers a particularly painful and embarrassing moment
from one's childhood?

-- Mark A. Mandel

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