Alessandra Liverani

(Wollongong, Australia)

- Lemon Pepper Sauce: : Humour

Lemon pepper sauce has a lemony peppery zing
It's a lemony peppery, peppery lemony saucy kind of thing
Made with lemon zest and peppercorns and garlic that's been pressed
Splash it on your salad so it's tantalisingly, tastefully dressed

Lemon pepper sauce has a lemony peppery flavour
It has a lemony peppery, peppery lemony essence you can savour
Throw in chives or dill or mint, there isn't any law
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall adds a dash of pig's blood, raw

Lemon pepper sauce has a lemony peppery smell
It forms a lemony peppery, peppery lemony saucy kind of gel
If you've run out of shampoo and your hair is looking greasy
Not a problem, rub in the lemon pepper scrub, too easy

Lemon pepper sauce has a lemony peppery taste
It spawns a lemony peppery, peppery lemony saucy kind of baste
May I suggest you whip up a batch, so it'll always be at hand
Or buy a bottle of my deluxe gourmet Lemony Peppery brand

(Sydney, Australia 2009)

Submitted: Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Edited: Monday, May 30, 2011

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