I can\’t recall the name of the soup, but a rough translation would be \”Czech soup\”.
Which is beef stock, lots of garlic, more garlic, some croutons,
garlic, parsley and garlic. With beef stock and garlic.
Can\’t say I see anything wrong with this cuisine at all.
Might, if not shared, put off the amateurs. But the \’ores* I did meet today seemed just fine with it.
*Cassia, Mala, Scheely, Wolfra, Mola**, they were all there today. Melted by the alium even***.
**Cassiterite, Malachite, Scheelite, Wolframite, Molybdenite. Even, even, get this, Zinnwaldite****. Yes, I was in a mine, which is almost as exciting as meeting five birds who like garlic breath.
*** And wouldn\’t it be cheaper if ores could be processed with garlic breath. Or even \’ores.
**** Which isn\’t actually used for anything at all even though it could be. Rather the nun of the mica family.