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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
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done

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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