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[#] Thu Oct 24 2013 00:15:27 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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The second one, yes.



[#] Thu Oct 24 2013 11:07:44 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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I kept thinking it was a Bugs Bunny or Warner Brothers cartoon. I came across the first video when I was
looking. Later that day I realized it was a Monty Python skit.

[#] Mon Nov 11 2013 17:20:06 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Blancmage goes well if you serve it alongside pulled pork, and take away the blancmange.

For dessert you can have vanilla pudding.



[#] Mon Nov 11 2013 18:12:23 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Might a Blancmage be influenced to conjour forth money? Or does its particular brand of magic not offer such possibilities?

[#] Mon Nov 11 2013 22:19:50 EST from zooer @ Uncensored

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So did you try crock pot pulled pork?

[#] Tue Nov 12 2013 00:10:08 EST from ax25 @ Uncensored

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Mon Nov 11 2013 05:20:06 PM EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Blancmage goes well if you serve it alongside pulled pork, and take away the blancmange.

For dessert you can have vanilla pudding.



How can you have pudding, if you don't eat your meat?



[#] Wed Nov 20 2013 12:47:01 EST from Shazam @ Uncensored

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treif. How can you have meat AND pudding? Really now.


But honestly, so many people, here and everywhere, are so into food. Like, they want to make yummy things, and pretty things, and. How do you muster up the energy to put into something that's just gonig to be gone so soon? Is it like a hobby?
OK, if I'm starving, I would love to eat food. Actually sometimes if I'm bored I love to eat food. But people like MAKING food, and I don't get why. It's not just to eat it, because you can roast vegetables with nothing on them and eat them. And then your tummy isn't hurting. And not to ge too fancy, you can put salt and garlic powder on them or drizzle olive oil. My badly made point is, you can eat to being satisfied on foods that are much simpler to prepare. Why all the effort to make food that is just going to be eaten and gone within the day?

[#] Wed Nov 20 2013 18:26:18 EST from the_mgt @ Uncensored

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I find cooking/preparing food totally relaxing. Kind of my version of Zen. My GF hates me when she is always starving and I am cooking for more than an hour...

I mostly do not do it for the looks, but the taste. But serving it on nice plates, neatly arranged, is pleasing as well. Even if it is a simple dish.



[#] Wed Nov 20 2013 18:33:52 EST from Ladyhawke @ Uncensored

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What Mgmt said.  

It's relaxing and fun.  It can also be challenging and interesting and yummy.  But mostly, it's just plain relaxing to get into the rhythm of it.  



[#] Thu Nov 21 2013 00:28:03 EST from ax25 @ Uncensored

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I think it is satisfying for some folks.  For me, nothing but pain (but hey, I still like to read about it as a lurker).  Food prep when done well is a creative art. It is like getting that circuit that you made yourself bread-boarded and running :-)


[#] Thu Nov 21 2013 12:13:34 EST from Shazam @ Uncensored

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That makes sense. It's kind of like laundry. Zen. Quiet, one step after another, useful, no end to the work.

[#] Thu Nov 21 2013 15:06:59 EST from zooer @ Uncensored

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I like cooking but I can't stand anyone in the kitchen with me or someone asking me what I am making. It is zen
and I want quiet.

BTW did Ignat ever make his slow cooker pulled pork?

[#] Sat Nov 23 2013 11:16:28 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Well, heck, if that's all it takes, we need to start rejecting fast food around here.

[#] Sat Nov 23 2013 21:33:29 EST from Shazam @ Uncensored

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I like growing food. That's got to count for something. Sometimes I look at the little garden I have fenced off in my back yard and think how cool it might be if I turned my entire back yard into a garden to grow food that I could then eat.

It's only a cool thought until I rememer that I'd have to find some way to keep the deer and other animals and all the bugs from eating my food. I'd have to put up tons of fencing, and the tiem it would take to care for the garden would be instead of going to work, so although it might be mroe fun, it wouldn't exactly be quite as lucrative. But at least I wouldn't starve!

Until the food I can grow in a back yard runs out.

[#] Sun Nov 24 2013 11:09:36 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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When you live in a condominium, your ability to grow a garden sorta changes.

I wonder if there's a business opportunity to make gardens available to people who live in condominiums. As in, the condominium dweller handles all the issues related to farming the land, you just provide the plot.

Naw, I doubt that would work.

[#] Sun Nov 24 2013 13:23:13 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

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oh, ubran gardening isn't that hard.

and you don't need as much space either.

have a look at this potato stack garden:

http://tipnut.com/grow-potatoes/

if you combine the right sorts of plants, the bugs stay out also.



[#] Sun Nov 24 2013 16:25:28 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Hmm.

I'd have to come up with a variation that allows me to do this kind of garden on my patio, since I cannot legally use the common area (which would be where I'd find dirt).

We had some enterprising condominium homeowners who set up a garden on the common property. Unfortunately, the association had no choice but to remove the garden, as it wasn't common property for all the homeowners. Sucks, but that's one of the problems of living in a condominium.

[#] Sun Nov 24 2013 22:19:57 EST from Shazam @ Uncensored

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I heard that potatoes can do that, but I haven't tried it yet. Maybe next summer.
Fleeb, some things grow well in pots, but some just don't. I have seen tomatoes and cucmber plants do well in pots on patios. And Thyme and mint plants as well.

[#] Mon Nov 25 2013 02:40:52 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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I really should plant some edibles after we move. (New apartment has a garden)



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