Sunday, October 24, 2010

FLATUS Show 254 - Cage would have loved it***828-FLATUS8***

In this episode: Hello! Flatus Show listeners. This week I have a conversation with Kalvin. Our conversation lasted about two hours but I broke it up into six parts. In this part we talk about social order and baking. Also, I was interviewed by Zillafag, so go check out his podcast. I also have been cast in the role of Thurio in the Fall 2010 production of "The Two Gentlemen of Verona" by William Shakespeare which will be performed the Thursday through Sunday before Thanksgiving. Yeah! I have a new phone number (828) FLATUS8! Doesn't that rock! I found a new source for reading Brenda Starr online. If you have any questions, or comments leave them on the blog or call me at 206-984-3617. Enjoy and thanks so much for listening.
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Toppie Smellie said...

I always figured that sauces and their popularity in our far flung cooking heritage stems from the fact that meat tended to spoil sooner (before refrigeration)but back then you wouldn't just waste it or throw it away... you went ahead and ATE IT!! Also more game was consumed. In both cases the sauce was desirable to disguise the taste of less palatable meats because, well, that's all they had.

Kentie said...

That makes sense Toppie. I hadn't thought of that practical reason. Occams Razor