Take equal quanitites of philosophy and ambition and discard principles.
Seive envy through prejudice spiced with innuendo and mix with bile.
Add raw desperation and duplicity and stir until beaten up.
Cook over simmering resentment until well done.
Ice with sound bites.
Serve immediately because this dish has a tendency to curdle as it cools.
This is the second in a series of posts featuring recipes from an old book recently discoverd by the Enfield Windsor Ngapara Picnic Table. The first was a Campaign Casserole.