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S3 E8 – Nuclear Pasta & Using a Poo-Vide?!

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The newly coined phrase ‘poo-vide’ induced at least 10 minutes worth of laughter in the Sorted office. Real mature. Aside from this there was a discussion on nuclear pasta and cosmic sherbet. Some real ‘out of the world’ foodie facts in this week’s podcast. Ha! Not to mention the obligatory poop talk.

 

Best Soundbite: “So it’s a ‘poo-vide’?” – Jamie Spafford

8 Comments

  1. badinflspeaks

    I think you’re giving astrophysicists too much credit for why they call things what they do.

    Grilled question: If you discovered a star or asteroid, what would you name it?

  2. Spanner46

    as an astrophysiscist, if I ever discover something appropriate, I pledge to name something cosmic sherbert

  3. marityne

    Grilled question: If you were on Bake Off which themed week would scare you the most?

  4. Moonfell

    I would really like to listen to this in my podcasting app. Are y’all working on a fix for this? (Is there already a fix for this and I’ve missed it?)

  5. Firewolf

    Nikki will “always” reply? Always? I’ve never seen 1 reply from any of my comments & I’ve repeated the main theme on so many different forums here. Does anyone have negativity towards Indigenous food worldwide? Native American Indian food from both North and South America. Pacific Islands Indigenous foods – Maori seafood dishes are amazing. Barry mentioned wanting to explore food from various countries and cultures throughout Africa. I’ve also suggested this. Aboriginal foods in Australia. There is literally SO many Indigenous cultures around the globe with exquisite cuisine. I’ve catered Indigenous Educational Events where people were blown away by the variety & awesome taste of recipes from the over 500 Native American Indian tribes in North America alone Frybread & chili are a favorite, sure, but what about Navajo Corn & Pine nut soup? Prickly Pear jams, cakes, etc. Algonquin Hazelnut soups & stews. It’s not all just buffalo & I think Nikki would be surprised by just how many delicious vegetarian recipes that would blow you away. So how does a Non-U.K. fan actually get a response? Sorry for the vent, but you are missing out on some amazing recipes.

    • emy_loo180

      Probably a bit biased but Australian indigenous/native ingredients are amazing! I love baking with lemon myrtle such a powerful flavour, things like finger lines and Lilly pilly also come to mind.

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