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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by thomquietwolf, Mar 13, 2018.
cold rooms have this "there must be a potato around here somewhere" kinda smell to them.
Now there's an old fashioned word "Larder" where does that come from?
If you have a victorian house you won't need a fridge!!!
pretty sure its one of those french words that the english folks put their spin on.
pretty much a cold room for your animal cuts.
I like it cool but not chilled like a lager or pils.
Surely that should be " A delicate Management of temperature control for object's inanimate" on the other hand perhaps it could be " Sing it Larder cos I'm deaf as as a post!"
It is, from Latin via Old French. The lardarium where the Romans stored their laridum.
Sort of like another old fashioned word, pantry. Where bread was kept, not pants.
I also have a Guinnessery, which is my garage because I overbuy the widget cans when they are on a special deal. Which is often.
It's not a cold house at all.
It's where I store my lard.
So do I, it's now nicely filled with Guinness and curry.
Duck in the morning Thrupn'y!
Wot's Lardarium then?
Ignore that I just saw your previous post
Heez'e well lard!!
Melt the Lard! Gizzus fourcandle's, no not them forkandles, I aiynt diggin no hole's somethin I kan cet lyte too!!!!! Yur daft gork's!