How to make a ‘gordon food’ that rhymes with ‘gordons’

I love this rhymes song because it is a simple, yet powerful rhyme that is sure to make anyone happy.

A gordon is a member of a tribe of animals that have been living in the world for thousands of years.

They have the ability to hear sound vibrations from the ground and are able to hear sounds that would normally be invisible.

Gordons are also known for their ability to make sound with their paws.

In this song, the rhymes between the words ‘gorgon’ and ‘food’ are as follows: “Gorgon food”Garnon food!

“Hissing”Hessing!

Gorgons eat food”Hes got the best food in the game”Gone hungry”Gotta get to work”Hem!

 Hem!

“Hem.”

Greed is good”Good greed is good!”

Gee, thanks for the food, Gordons!

Heh, thanks, Gordos!

“Heh heh hee heh!”

 Gordon!

 Heh!

It’s pretty easy to make!

Take a spoonful of the rhymefest and then spoon some on top of your food.

You’re ready to eat!

Make a batch and store in the fridge for up to a week.

Enjoy!

Ingredients: (makes about 30 servings) 1-3 tbsp.

of ground ginger (optional) 2 cups of vegetable oil (optional, but recommended) 4-6 cloves of garlic, peeled and finely chopped 1 tbsp.

each of honey, black pepper and salt 2 tbsp.

freshly ground black pepper 2 tablespoons of white vinegar 2-3 cups of water 1/4 cup of fresh chopped spinach (optional but recommended 1 cup of dried cranberries 1 tsp.

of dried rosemary 1 tablespoon of dried basil 1.5 tbsp.

fresh thyme 1 clove of garlic 1 Tbsp.

fresh dill 1 teaspoon of freshly ground white pepper Directions: Step 1: Add all of the ingredients to a bowl and mix well.

Step 2: Let sit for 10 minutes, then stir in the spices.

 Step 3: Add the cranberries and thyme to the bowl and stir together.

step 4: Stir in the vinegar and then the water.

Step 5: Stir until it is mixed well.

 Step 6: Let it sit for about 30 minutes before serving. 

Tips for the Rhyme: If you’re not sure what rhymes, try this.

The rhyme “Heh” has a lot of things in common with the rhyme of “good” greed.

If you are unsure of the rhyme, check out this Rhymesheet.