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edit Turn Blue

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edit Bef Soop

"Orr chryst… yoov med us that rank bef soop agan ant'ya luv." Michael Flatley

Bef Soop (English: "Beef Soup") is a hot edible liquid developed in Yorkshire after The Second World War in the 'Fight Against Rationing'. It is usually served in small bowels called 'nips, and comes topped with parsley and salt. Participants devour Bef Soop with a special 'Y' shaped spoon made of beef bone and string which allows the 'soop' to cool as they slurp it.

It is now considered a delicacy in many parts of the UK and is most notably championed by entertainment legend and all-round funny man Les Dennis.

--A brown husk in the trousers of information 10:10, October 11, 2012 (UTC)

edit History

The original 'Bef Soop' is thought to have originated in the small town of Plong in East Yorkshire, UK at the turn of last century. It is said to have come 'miraculously to mind' during a football match in which a sunday league footballer, Andy White, famously tripped over a large cube of frozen faeces which was left unsportingly on a football pitch by the opposing team.

--A brown husk in the trousers of information 10:11, October 11, 2012 (UTC)

edit Recipe Origins

Today's recipes aren't radically different to the original recipe used in Andy White's recipe; which made use of a variety of hardy ingredients including salt, beef leg, brown carrots, parsnips, mushroom stock, salt, yap yaps, rust flour, coriander, parsley, salt, little-man's shaving foam and sulpher.

'Bef Soop' is considered a healthy, warming and economical meal for all human beings to enjoy.

'Aye, dat bef soop's a reet tasty treat aft'e wolk up mowntins" World Famous TV Chef Personality Teacher Writer Gorden Ramsey Yes.

It is not recommended for pregnant women or children with high blood pressure.

--A brown husk in the trousers of information 10:11, October 11, 2012 (UTC)

edit Localisation

Over the years, each county in England has adapted Bef Soop to suit it's own preference and has accordingly altered it's name to represent it's own cultural heritage.

'Bef Soop' can be referred to as Bef Soop, Plong, (E. Yorkshire), Long-chin's Mayonnaise, Thill Dilkush (Lancashire), Vin Deisel (Somerset), Lwwlllwllwllennn, n'Drip (Wales), and Nana's Knickers (Essex).

Many countries in western Europe, including Scotland and East Germany, have illegalised the consumption of Bef Soop under the EFSA's recommendation; which claims that it could: "enhance the growth of tumours in various lymph glands and ventricipods found throughout the body".

--A brown husk in the trousers of information 10:11, October 11, 2012 (UTC)

edit Flavourings & Thickeners

All natural flavourings are promoted for all variations of Bef Soop. Although rust flour is no longer available in the UK, it can be imported and shipped from India and the far east. It can also be acquired illegally on the black market.

Artificial Thickener Clods (ATC12-e4) are frequently used as a substitute to Rust Flour in many dishes in the UK, and are currently sold by many major supermarkets and DIY stores throughout Yorkshire and the north east.

--A brown husk in the trousers of information 10:11, October 11, 2012 (UTC)

edit Popular Culture and Controversy

Aforementioned entertainment legend Les Dennis famously cooked 'Bef Soop' live in front of a horrified studio audience on popular cooking program 'Ready Steady Cook' in October 1999.

A record 21,524 complaints were received by the BBC on broadcast of the episode, as home viewers voiced their concerns oafter witnessing the upsetting reactions of world renown pastry chef Ainsley Harriott, and ginger tramp Anthony Worrell Thompson.

Harriot was said to be 'disturbed by the smell' and 'danced around like a lunatic', whilst Thompson: "strugdled to contain his girth" before "viciously vomiting up himself all over his guests".

All-round funny man Les Dennis was seemingly unaffected.

--A brown husk in the trousers of information 10:12, October 11, 2012 (UTC)

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