I like it with salad cream..I also would add a little of it to home-made coleslaw
AND.. I would use it for flavours when cooking a roast.. I would chop celery, carrots, bit of garlic, onion, pinch of sage, chopped parsley and a pinch of thyme..along with beef stock and my roasts cook well.. I got the idea off Jamie Oliver
I have salad cream in the house actually . My local supermarket carrier a bunch of imported items ,so I keep stocked. I will have to try that .
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Posted 15 August 2012 - 08:07 PM
cenobite, on 15 August 2012 - 07:22 PM, said:
celery is the devils veg
You don't believe so.. You never stop talking about ( multi times ) over in the most disgusting foods thread .. ..All you posted was celery... you use it to get some attention ( go on admit it lol ) , and you based a thread all about it.. That don't sound like hate to me...I think you LOVE it.. I mean a lot of guys will use a dog in the park. or a baby , some break wind ( disgusting I know ) to get attention, but you use the celery in the hope someone will say - Oh me too lets talk
I mean, I hate cheeseburgers...liver, sausages, processed meat, jaffa cakes and cherry bakewells etc.......But I don't talk about them non stop..I like to keep my mind off them as much as possible.. you don't, you constantly talk celery.
If vegetables had a language, you would be fluent in celery lol ...In fact I bet you dream you are celery, and you wake up with a smile on your celery lovin face ...You may change your ID to - celerybite too
( I do know you are also just having a laugh..and I like that..so I am playing along for fun. lol )
Sooooooo ........ this is The Celery Hater's Club. When do we get our members' badges? Vouchers for discounts on non-celery vegetables? (I hope the annual sub isn't too much otherwise you can forget it, pal!)
Edited by ouija ouija, 16 August 2012 - 07:32 PM.
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