More Food... and some nasty cheese
Not about to assault your wandering eyes with that image with you forever...
Here's my lunch:
This was created from I-can't-believe-it's-notsoba noodles, bacon, capsicum, onion, soy sauce, barbeque sauce, sweet chilli sauce, chicken stock and some herbs. Oh and parmesan cheese. (more on that later).
Most things i cook comtain bacon, capsicum, onion, soy sauce, barbeque sauce, sweet chilli sauce, chicken stock and some herbs. Oh and parmesan cheese.
They then get served in a large bowl and coated in grated cheese and tomato sauce.
This is the cheese that was nasty.
It is a nice shade of carrotty orange, if don't you know your parmesan, this is not the right shade of yellow it should be. It also smelled half decent. And was crusty like sand. Another give away was that it was overdue back in April '06 (I was in a different country back then). The second weirdest thing was that this was likely the cheese my sister delivered to Mum's when she left at the end of May (meaning it was already overdated then).
The weirdest thing was that my Mum gave me about 15 minutes of a crappy lecture on not to throw things out of her fridge without checking first. Now you know why I'm noy¥t entirely impressed to be back home.
- Mum is gluten intolerant, and hence not supposed to be eating this powdered cheese in vast quantities (she says she wasn't so vastly affected by this cheese, mayhap whatever biofilm had started growing had eaten away the gluten)
- The cheese had changed colour
- There was a noticeable odour change
- It was all chunky, well actually kinda one big chunk
- It was nearing 4 months past its use by date
- It's a DAIRY Product (barring eggs, which could be considered dairy by some, nothing goes nastier than dairy)
- You shouldn't keep deteriorating contaminated products with your other products unless you have to
Camera phone + bluetooth means more beautiful personal posts like this. Now, if I can only get HTML skills to create a wrap of the text.