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WTFH House of Humous

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Humous with caramelised onion.


A phenomenal combination of tastes, which really livens up the (sometimes bland) chickpea dip. Over here in the UK Tesco* have started selling it, but it's dead easy to caramelise onions yourself in balsamic vinegar and sugar. Here's a recipe:


I was losing my sense of humous until I tried it. 


Even more delicious on a sunny rock on a Greek mountain in the spring, so I'm told.



[ * Personal message to Fox: I'll bring along a tub next time I see you]


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post #3 of 16
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He'll be delighted. He tells me he likes your hairstyle.

post #4 of 16

Squatty wants to know if you can make it with elk meat.

post #5 of 16

I've never made it with an elk, but I;m sure if I was to meat one it would be tasty.

post #6 of 16
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When I was younger, so much younger than today,
I never needed anybody's elk in any way.
But now these days are gone, I'm not so self assured,
Now I find I've changed my mind and opened up the doors.

Elk me if you can, I'm feeling down
And I do appreciate you being round.
Elk me, get my feet back on the ground,
Won't you please, please elk me?


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post #8 of 16 guys okay across the pond over there.  Somebody put LSD in the water, or what?

post #9 of 16

Somebody put alcohol and flavour in our beer. You should try it some time! ;)

post #10 of 16

I often do whether I need it or not.



What's up with drinking this stuff warm? 



Is this your 'ride' WTFH?


post #11 of 16

Looks like my ride!


We drink it warm, cause we don't need to chill it to hide any bad taste! ;)

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The driver might not be drunk, but I wonder if they could pull it over for drunken power plants.

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post #14 of 16

That link doesn't seem to work for me - it requires a log in and password.

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Originally Posted by Wear The Fox Hat View Post

... it requires a log in and password.

The concept can't be that unfamiliar to you

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Originally Posted by David Goldsmith View Post


The concept can't be that unfamiliar to you

Mr Monkchalet, we never had to have a password on 299036.

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