bring back the bun

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bring back the bun

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"its the bubbles.. they get lodged in me chest"
"mmm yes there's room for a few lodgers in there!"
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ohhhhhh...
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LOL
"its the bubbles.. they get lodged in me chest"
"mmm yes there's room for a few lodgers in there!"
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The Alban bun recipe includes "grains of paradise" - cardamom seeds which are credited with giving the bun its "special spicy, medieval taste".


I thought Grains of Paradise and Cardamom were completely different spices? :?:
Historians did it in the past.

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Lindsay wrote:
The Alban bun recipe includes "grains of paradise" - cardamom seeds which are credited with giving the bun its "special spicy, medieval taste".


I thought Grains of Paradise and Cardamom were completely different spices? :?:
They're different but closely related.
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