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I'm looking forwards to the latest event sponsored by Linden Lab: Bunny Jam.

Personally, I like mine quite plain and still a little chunky so:

  • Skin and bone one rabbit (should be dead before you start but, no worries, it will be by the time you finish!)
  • Stick in a blender on a low setting for approx 1 minute
  • Add pepper, salt (to taste) and Worcestershire sauce

How about the rest of you?

[PS: for those of you who speak American I should point out that in English 'Jam' = US 'Jelly']

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Concise Oxford English Dictionary © 2008 Oxford University Press:
Worcester sauce /wʊstəˈsɔːs/ (also Worcestershire sauce)

noun a pungent sauce containing soy sauce and vinegar, first made in Worcester.
:smileytongue: (barely tolerated in France, btw)

 

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Darkie Minotaur wrote:

Ahh - and - maybe you should explain what Worcestershire sauce is + how to pronounce it. I don't think it's available in any civilized country :smileywink:

It's known and available, I think, but the pronounciation is a secret :-) UK immigration use it as a test.

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