Maureen: What do you think?
Andrew: It’s good.
Tim: But I’m not so sure that the pomegranates are necessary.
Maureen: I agree, but I wish I had known that before Nicholas and I had a good old fashioned hunt for those pomegranates. They didn’t have them at the Creaky Shed, as they are nearly out of season. They didn’t have them at the Co-op or the Sainsbury’s. In the end, you’re not going to believe where we sourced them.
Maureen: Tell them, Nicholas.
Nicholas: At the M&S food stop at the petrol station. I didn’t think they would have them, but Mom said to just give it a try, since we were walking by. I couldn’t believe that they had them.
Maureen: That’s right. A petrol station was the source of our fruit tonight. Nice one. But as I always say, “Whatever works.” I like pomegranates. Why don’t you?
Tim: The texture seems weird to me.
Nicholas: I’m not sure we should be having fruit with chicken.
Maureen: You sound like Kirstin. She would totally agree with you. I don’t mind the pomegranates, but I would eat them anytime, anywhere, so I don’t think I’m the person to ask. I would make this again, though with everything else.
Tim: Yes, everything else is nice. I would eat this again.
Andrew: So would I.
Nicholas: Me too.