Oh... a cooking method generating plenty of heterocyclic amines, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and advanced glycation end products. I hope the damage was worth it, and can only further hope it was not compounded by the natural dangers of alcohol...
For the reason mentioned there are no barbecues celebrated at Seanhenge. :)Sometimes, however, the young folks vis-à-vis are inviting us. And in my age . . . wouldn't it be terrible to die healthy?
That would indeed seem a wasted opportunity
Bon Appétit!And cheers.....A little red can be very healing!
Yes Claude, the non-alcoholic components of red wine will be essential to protect a man who takes such unnatural risks with the perils of organic chemistry :)
My comment kept disappearing.And now, it's double.Is it your out of space shenanigans, Andrew?
And now one has "vanished", and (almost) no one can be sure who's responsible. Who did it, then?Adrig or Edrig, that is the question, isn't it?
Or me... Hee hee...