Theme from Man That Cooks

How many blogs have a theme tune, hey? Made this yonks ago on garage band and it’s been sitting gathering dust on my lappy. Mercifully free of vocals or any actual playing of music. Although look out for “Spiceblog! – The Iron Man Variations.”

Or you just go and enjoy this via The Poor Man.

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  1. Santos’s avatar

    noice. i especially like the delicately mincing string-like interlude.

  2. Anthony’s avatar

    Hey thanks Santos, as I visualised (like you do having done HS drama classes) it this would be the bit where I actually stopped mincing and had a nice refreshing glass of viognier before getting back to the chopper.

  3. Santos’s avatar

    i actually saw it (like i do having never done HS drama classes) as you going to town on some hapless ingredient with a ginormous power tool, then the missus walking in and you hastily switching to a more civilized chef’s knife. then of course, going back to the circular or chain saw.

  4. Anthony’s avatar

    I like it!

  5. Stephanie’s avatar

    You can’t see it, of course, but I just flicked my Bic for you from across the way…rock on!

  6. Anthony’s avatar

    I’d like to imagine you hand your hands in each other’s back jeans pocket

  7. AnthonyJ’s avatar

    well, it didn’t make me want to vomit…
    Try harder next time.
    I am in Singapore, which is made of food that I like! Back to Sulawesi on Weds. Sonia and the kids have had enough, they went back to Melbourne today.

  8. Anthony’s avatar

    I’m glad I’ve cleared that bar, although my attempts at Another Girl, Another Planet might have done the trick.

    Judging what J ad Chubby Hubby get up to, Singapore is looking pretty good. Sulaweis perhaps not so much (sorry anybody from Sulawesi). Hi to Sonia and the kids.

  9. Reid’s avatar

    Hi Anthony,

    Cool. But it seems to just “cut off” at the end? Was that intentional? Did you fling the guitar into the crowd and bash someone in the head? =P

  10. Anthony’s avatar


    Just imagine a giant shepherds crook coming across the stage.

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