Tom: Since I am the only one eating the skin, I think I am the chief beneficiary of this recipe.
Kirstin: Are you enjoying it?
Ella: It is a bird. I like it.
Lee (Kirstin’s mother): It’s very good!
Miles: I haven’t tasted it yet.
Ella: Yeah, you really should get chicken it out to see how it tastes.
Tom: I’m sorry Ella. I know you want to make terrible jokes about this food, but I’m simply not going to poulet that game.
Miles: What’s poulet?
Me: It’s chicken in french.
Miles: What’s chicken in german?
Me: Let’s try the cauliflower now, shall we?
Tom: I love this! It solves the problem of cauliflower which is it’s boring, white and doesn’t taste of anything. Now it tastes of something and isn’t white!
Lee: Well I’ve started smashing my cauliflower at home to make rice.
Tom: It’s lovely and citrus-y.
Me: That’s the lime juice and coriander in the sauce.
Ella: Are you avian a laugh?
Lee: That’s a fowl joke!
Ella: These terrible puns are a bird-en to carry.
Me: I’m done here. Yes, I will make this again, but probably not as much as I make her other recipe for roast chicken from It’s All Good.