WHO Poll
Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
24%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
9%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
5%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
36%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
25%
  



gph 12:12 Sat Sep 25
Cremation ashes in cookery
Just seen a episode of "Wild Bill" (a tolerable prog about a Yank cop hired to be chief constable of Boston, Lincs), where a widow bakes her husband's ashes (from the crematorium, she didn't burn him) into biscuits because "it somehow made it feel like he was still here".

Is this a real thing outside of light entertainment?

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percyd 11:16 Sat Sep 25
Re: Cremation ashes in cookery
Can't answer the OP question but I can tell you that "ashes" are crushed bone, very acidic and not suitable for sticking in a pot to raise a plant. But OK if under an olive tree apparently.

Westham67 8:37 Sat Sep 25
Re: Cremation ashes in cookery
She may have mixed his ashes with self raising flour in the hopes of a miracle

Alfs 4:34 Sat Sep 25
Re: Cremation ashes in cookery
They can also be turned into diamonds.

ChesterRd 2:18 Sat Sep 25
Re: Cremation ashes in cookery
Human ashes are gritty like sand, not like wood ash so they would have had to have been ground down a lot to make a smoother consistency.

the coming of gary 1:37 Sat Sep 25
Re: Cremation ashes in cookery
The Editor of Marvel Comics, (Mark Gruenwald) had his ashes mixed into the printers ink, and so was printed into the comic books
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