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Re: CELT: Caws pobi (was: Spoken Conlangs)
On Fri, 27 Mar 1998, Sally Caves wrote:
> On Fri, 27 Mar 1998, Raymond A. Brown wrote:
> > Am 22:38 26/3/98, ysgrifennodd Padraic Brown:
> > >Jowan Cowan don-yscreus:
> > [....]
> > >> Caws bobi; the Comro; refusing to pay one's just debts.
> > >
> > >Oi! Let's have some respect for the Caws Bobi, here!
> > You mean, er, like naming it properly: caws _P_obi. ;-)
Why is it that when I want a p it comes out b!? Ah, well.
> > Ray.
> While I'm on a roll here, so to speak: ;-)
> How to make Teonaht Caws Pobi: hman carajo forpporib ("roasted
> bread and cheese")
> Take brown bread (hman bena).
> Put pungeant cheese (cara kanatel) on it; sharp cheddar good, gruyere
> better. Teonaht borifyin even better, but not readily available.
> roast or toast them both until cheese melted and bread crisp.
> Put a biteful mustard (hardala kanatel) on it.
> Put honey (meluo) on it.
Yumm! The perfect cheese can be found in Sherburne, NY at either the Big
H or Double H market -- I can't recall the name exactly. Whenever we
drive up home to visit family, we always make it a point to stop there to
load up on this cheese. You don't so much bite into it as become bitten
I've never had this with mustard and honey; I shall give that a try!
> Sally Caves
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