(Laura) I wonder how, uh, their barbecue… …differs to our barbecue, because …our barbecue is just usually a man cooking salmonella… (Anne) *snort* (Laura) underneath an umbrella in the summer. (Anne) HA HA! (Robbie) They look very good. (Anne)Big bones, big… (Laura) *inaudible* (Paddy) It just – it smells amazing. (Robbie) You just kinda go for it. (Laura) Smile! (Robbie) They are succulent! (Anne) I don’t even like ribs, but these are delicious. (Laura) –Oooh mah gaawd– (Paddy) Fourteen? (Aine) Fourteen hours? (Robbie) It’s well worth it if it tastes like this. (Paddy) It’s just like the meat’s crumbling apart in your mouth. (Aine) Definitely. (Paddy) and the sauce just makes it so juicy. (Anne) And look you can break them off and make it more, like, ladylike. (Laura) *laughs* (Aine) All right, Paddy let it go! (Laura) There’s onions…there…I can’t speak… (Aine) I’m just smellin’ ’em. (Paddy) I know absolutely nothing about brisket. (Laura) Oh it’s so beautiful…it’s falling apart, oh!
(Anne) Oh my God, it’s… (Paddy) It’s delicious! It tastes better than it smells. (Robbie) Hm. (Laura) So good… (Paddy) Spicy. (Aine) Yeah, actually. (Paddy) Mm hmm. This is better than the ribs. It just falls apart in your mouth; all the meat just disintegrates as soon as it touches your tongue. The mustard goes brilliantly. it kind of like, gives it a cooling off. Our beef would be nicer, though. (Paddy)You think? (Aine) Like, my mam’s Sunday roast tastes way better than that.
(Paddy)Oh I don’t know. (Robbie) It does look like dog food. It looks horrible, yeah. (Anne) “Burnt end beans?” (Robbie) They cook them till they’re nearly…burnt…ended? (Aine)Chili-ish. (Anne) Oh! They’re very spicy! (Paddy) Smoky but spicy, with a barbecue kick. I don’t like them. (Aine) I’d put these on a baked potato. (Paddy) Oooh! Then it goes from hot to hotter, to hotter, to hotter, then it’s just like, burnin’. It’s overpowerin’. (Laura) Oh I’d bathe in it! (Aine) Beans: good. Sauce: good. (Paddy) Tasty! (Anne) This is pulled pork, obviously (Laura) Yeah, and slaw. (Paddy) It looks really good and smells – oh my God -if you guys had “Smell-o-vision!” (Robbie) It’s fallin’ apart. (Paddy) It’s so soft! (Anne) What sauce is it? (OS) Chipotle (Anne) What’s that? What’s chipotle? (Laura) Chipotle is like – spicy! Grrrwr! (Paddy) It keeps it goin’, you know, the flavor keeps comin’ as you’re chewin’ it. (Anne) It’s stringy, as it looks…definitely stringy. But it’s delicious. That’s good, I like that. (Robbie) Definitely, that’d be my number one, now. (Laura) It’s just the best. (Anne) It is. (Laura) They’re cute, they taste amazing. (Anne) It looks like a scone. (Laura) A scone with pepper sauce on it. -laughs- (Paddy) “Biscuits and gravy?” (OS) Yeah. (Paddy) Gravy and biscuits? (Robbie) Dippin’ a chocolate digestive into your bisto, like. -laughs- (Paddy) Smells nice. (Aine) Does it? It’s kinda bland. (Robbie) Yeah. (Paddy)Very chewy. (Laura) It tastes like sausages. (Paddy) It’s like something you’d make when you’re drunk at 5 o’clock in the morning. (Robbie) Nope, just the whole lot’s horrible. (Laura) It grows on you, though. (Robbie) Yeah, the sauce, it’s just too sausage-y or something. (Aine) Yeah that’s actually really not nice. (Anne) No, don’t like it at all. You obviously love it. (Laura)*mumbles* -laughs- (Anne) Oh my God we’re not supposed to eat meat! On Ash Wednesday! (Laura)It’s Ash Wednesday! (Anne)It’s Ash Wednesday! (Laura) We’re goin’ to Hell!