Two-Toned, interlude

..Culinary fighters from all over the world, here for the prize above all others. A single recipe that could change the world, it’s fate in the hands of a single chef.

..Carbohydrates, when heated turn to gold, it’s a fight just for the bold. Every body get ready, it’s time to win the perfect bread. Before it’s over, I’ll be the champ when you’re defeated.

All ingredients assembled, utensils clean and calibrated…

“T-t-time to get kneaded.”

..For the pursuit of the swirl, for the pursuit of the swirl…

Competition is the answer when talk is cheap and there’s too many chefs—in the kitchen.

For the pursuit of the swirl…pursuit of the swirl.

–from Super Awesome Bread: Battle for a Better Slice! the Musical. Written and directed by Arugula Jersey-Taft, 1989, New York, NY.

Lyrics from the introduction song, “Pursuit of the Swirl,” lyrics written by J. B. Dandelion-Bradford.

The theatre production was a huge success, until producer Arugula Jackson-Taft heard about it and promptly sued for production rights, in 1990, claiming she came up with something similar a year earlier.

Hello, mama (interlude)

Mom, it’s good to hear from you. 

I’m on my way home

But first I’m stoppin by the store

But first I’m stoppin by the store

To buy egg, milk and bread.

-from Diller D. Freedom’s greatest hits, 1987, album entitled, “hello mama”