Monday, April 19, 2010

Andrei Season with salt and freshly ground black people

Penguin Group Australia has ground up 7000 cookbooks after discovering a recipe for spelt tagliatelle with sardines and prosciutto called for an unusual garnish - ground black people.

It's a misprint of course but one someone is sure to take umbrage over.

Easier to junk the books and start all over despite the cost of doing so.

3 comment(s):

ropata said...

The ever reliable Uncyclopedia provides another useful recipe:
Pakeha :)

homepaddock said...

This is the sort of error you get if you ditch proof readers and rely on computer spell checkers.

I am in awe at those who proof read well. It's a skill I never mastered - when working on a paper I failed to note a missing r in a story about blue shirts.

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