This story line is getting worse. Maybe Sunday’s strip will be worth reading.
French onion dip was invented in Los Aageles; it is not a ‘thing’ in Europe. Also, what Americans call potato chips were invented in the UK, by William Kitchiner.
Join the club. Check in on BCN, see that Georgia is running yet another soap opera story line, and check out again, hoping that we get back to some funny stories sometime soon.
When a soap opera is on, that’s the time to go to the litter box.
This story line is tedious.
Only in North America do people use the word entree to refer to the main course. In most other countries, the entree is the dish served before the main course in a three-course meal.
I know, but Obi-Haiv said it was an entree. An entree is an hors d’oeuvre/starter/appetiser, not a main course.
Surely a stew would be eaten as a main course, not an entree?
Wake me when this story line has finished.