poohbcarrot wrote: Tonyblack wrote:
Oh and they have stuff called cilantro - but that's just coriander.
That's just Spanish for coriander because you were near the Mexican border.
Do people in Noo Yawk call it cilantro?
Yes they do, like Sill-Ann-Tro
emphasis on the Ann. In Nueva Jork, you must say YO, either before or after the cilantro word or someone named Vinny the Screw will do bad things to you. As in "YO, make sure you put Cilantro on dat Fajita!
or HEY, Whats Dis with da Cilantro bein' Frickin' Mooshy, YO!!
Hey Vinny, get over here and show dis here guy what Propah Cilantro is Supposed to be"
Coriander is the actual Seeds Cilantro is merely the leaves... I admit we are a bit silly. I can say that because I AM sillier than most. Just ask Trish. (who will probably hear about our party due to HOMELAND security being called from the noise, musicians, major quaffing, doing headers on the Keg and firework levels too close to a Nuke Plant.) You can buy Coriander, ground up or whole.
Aha! So, Bob's yer uncle... very clever.