Restrictions on the use of certain names of creamIt doesn't even make sense, which is what I like. It's settled; I will move to England and live by her Cream Rules forever.
6.—(1) The name which appears in column 1 of the table in paragraph (2) below shall not be used in the labelling of any cream as the name of the cream, whether or not qualified by other words, unless the cream complies with the requirements specified in column 2 below opposite that name except that the relevant requirement as to milk fat content need not be complied with if the name contains qualifying words which indicate that the milk fat content of the cream is greater or less than that specified in column 2 of paragraph (1) of this regulation, as the case may be.
Saturday, February 23, 2008
Elegant Choice makes fun of me for putting cream in my tea. I thought that was what tea wanted, to have cream in it. He has even tried to undermine me by "accidentally" purchasing half-and-half when he goes to the store alone. It tastes like poison--the poison of insubordination. Maybe I'll move to England, where cream is taken seriously. There is even a Chart! There are Rules!