The results of yesterday’s poll: eggplant beat out aubergine by a margin of 74% to 26%. Now, for the next poll in small debate week: British v. American food terminology!
Ramble of the Day
It’s time for lunch and you’re going to eat a salad. You’ve got a nice assortment of vegetables, and maybe some other things, too — there are a lot of ways to make a salad, after all. It’s a bit dry, and needs some liquid. What are you grabbing for?
What do you put in a salad to make it less dry?
This poll is closed
In case you’re curious: the above is described by Getty as an “autumn arugula salad with caramelized squash and pomegranate ginger vinaigrette”
tl;dr: Do you call it salad dressing or salad cream?
Links of the Day
A teenager sustained a head injury after he was hit in the head with a police baton following Barnsley’s match against Sheffield Wednesday over the weekend.
A 12 year old was charged for racially abusing Rangers’ Alfredo Morelos in December.
Today’s longer read: Simon Burnton interviews Adam Masina on going through the foster system, starting his career in the Italian fourth division, and getting through Watford’s rough patch for The Guardian