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July 23rd 2004, 17:25 CEST by UncleJeet

Everyone is required to post at least one of their favorite recipes.
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#1 by Jibble
2004-07-23 17:27:54
I voted no!

Although I may not agree with what you have to say, I will defend to the death my right to publicly humiliate you for saying it.
#2 by Jibble
2004-07-23 17:28:47
Sorry, couldn't resist.  See you Monday!

Although I may not agree with what you have to say, I will defend to the death my right to publicly humiliate you for saying it.
#3 by lwf
2004-07-23 17:31:45
I declare this the new webcomic thread.

My behaviour is addictive functioning in a disease process of toxic co-dependency. I need holistic healing and wellness before I'll accept any responsibility for my actions.
#4 by Dethstryk
2004-07-23 17:33:41
jemartin@tcainternet.com
Hookers and beer.

"The Square who is not Cool with the double dipping pecker!"
#5 by lwf
2004-07-23 17:40:49
That's a recipe for trouble.

My behaviour is addictive functioning in a disease process of toxic co-dependency. I need holistic healing and wellness before I'll accept any responsibility for my actions.
#6 by jjohnsen
2004-07-23 17:46:34
http://www.johnsenclan.com
Still no recipes?  what am I supposed to make for dinner tonight?

Owner of the Planetcrap FFL team, the Utah Teen Brides.
#7 by Max
2004-07-23 17:48:19
http://massivebraincase.org/
I searched for "dynamite recipe" and this is what I found:

Famous Dave's Cajun Dynamite Dust

* 1/2 cup paprika
* 6 tablespoons kosher salt
* 1/4 cup coarsely ground black pepper
* 3 tablespoons basil
* 3 tablespoons [gumbo] file powder
* 2 tablespoons garlic powder
* 2 tablespoons dry mustard
* 2 tablespoons onion powder
* 2 tablespoons dried oregano
* 2 tablespoons cayenne (reduce by 1/2 if you want it mild)
* 2 tablespoons white pepper
* 2 tablespoons dried thyme

Mix all ingredients together. Store in an airtight container in a cool, dark place. Blow shit up.
#8 by BobJustBob
2004-07-23 17:50:45
I voted no, but democracy screwed me again. So I shall post one of my favorite recipes:

Step 1: Buy box of Betty Crocker Suddenly Pasta Salad
Step 2: Follow directions on box

Enjoy!

Dood.
#9 by arkan
2004-07-23 17:51:06
arkan@evem.org.au
Ingredients:
1 1/2 oz Vodka
3 ea Drops tabasco sauce
3 oz Tomato juice
1 x Pepper; to taste
1 ea Lemon; juiced
1 x Salt; to taste
1/2 ts Worcestershire sauce

Preparation:
Shake with ice and strain into old-fashioned glass over ice cubes. A wedge of lime may be added.
#10 by Ashiran
2004-07-23 17:52:22
Well, arkan posted. The end must be nigh.

#11 by Gunp01nt
2004-07-23 17:53:37
supersimon33@hotmail.com
Right on time! I'm scheduled to cook at least once more this week. Though, since I've gone pretty much international thus far (noodle soop with dim sum stuff on the side, and fajitas) it might be a good idea to cook an ultra-dutch meal to complete the circle.

I want a horse that ribbits and a frog that neighs... oink oink oink
#12 by arkan
2004-07-23 17:56:45
arkan@evem.org.au
I have that effect on people.
#13 by Grue
2004-07-23 18:02:23
Jibble suggests the following:

Chile Chicken Enchiladas

Pork Tenderloin Supreme - cooking time is off, you will need to cook it longer than they say, or preheat the bacon very slightly if you want it to be crispy.

Chicken Cordon Bleu

Lemon Bundt Cake - takes about 10 minutes to make with a stand mixer.

He also has an insanely awesome steak marinade, but he'll have to hand that out when he starts posting again on Monday.
#14 by Ergo
2004-07-23 18:04:34
#13 Grue
He also has an insanely awesome steak marinade, but he'll have to hand that out when he starts posting again on Monday.

It's like an addiction or a disorder, isn't it? You simply can't keep from posting. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

Repeat after me--I am sofa king we Todd Ed.
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#15 by Grue
2004-07-23 18:26:08
It is a disorder known as boredatworkatosis.  Do you see him posting in the evenings?
#16 by ProStyle
2004-07-23 18:32:27
http://prostyle.deviantart.com
I don't think Comrade Grue would approve of your work ethic. For the motherland!

Cold hearted orb that rules the night
Removes the color from our sight
#17 by Shadarr
2004-07-23 18:36:13
shadarr@yahoo.com http://digital-luddite.com
As another bored-at-work poster, I have no recipes to contribute.
#18 by Ergo
2004-07-23 18:40:26
#15 Grue
It is a disorder known as boredatworkatosis.  Do you see him posting in the evenings?

I have the same disorder.

Repeat after me--I am sofa king we Todd Ed.
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#19 by Charles
2004-07-23 18:47:50
www.bluh.org
It is a disorder known as boredatworkatosis.  Do you see him posting in the evenings?


Yeah, I've got a bit of that myself.  Don't usually post in the evenings anymore.

"I'm not asking for much; just a job that meets the minimum legal requirements set forth by my country."
#20 by CheesyPoof
2004-07-23 18:53:53
I've used this Brownie Recipe a lot.  The only differece is that I don't have a large microwaveable bowl so I melt the chocolate and butter over a double boiler since I hate, hate, hate to waste any of the bakers chocolate.  Sometimes I used fine sugar instead of the regular since I feel that it melts into the chocolate and butter better.

Here it is for the lazy:


4 squares BAKER'S Unsweetened Baking Chocolate  
3/4 cup (1-1/2 sticks) butter or margarine  
2 cups sugar  
3 eggs  
1 tsp. vanilla  
1 cup flour  
1 cup coarsely chopped PLANTERS Pecans  (optional)

PREHEAT oven to 350F. Line 13x9-inch baking pan with foil, with ends of foil extending over sides of pan to form handles. Grease foil.  
MICROWAVE chocolate and butter in large microwavable bowl on HIGH 2 minutes or until butter is melted. Stir until chocolate is completely melted. Stir in sugar. Add eggs and vanilla; mix well. Stir in flour and pecans until well blended. Spread into prepared pan.  
Bake 30 to 35 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out with fudgy crumbs. DO NOT OVERBAKE. Cool in pan. Lift out of pan onto cutting board. Cut into 24 squares.  
 
Note
If baking in a 13x9-inch glass baking dish, bake as directed, reducing oven temperature to 325F.
 
#21 by Charles
2004-07-23 18:56:54
www.bluh.org
people who put nuts in brownies should just do the world a favor and off themselves.

"I'm not asking for much; just a job that meets the minimum legal requirements set forth by my country."
#22 by CheesyPoof
2004-07-23 19:03:27
That's good because I don't.  One time I put peanut butter in them though.  I'd also suggest the cooking time from 25 min. to 30.  If you want them fudgy take them out closer to the lower cook time, but the toothpick test is critical to making sure they are done enough, but not too done.
#23 by BobJustBob
2004-07-23 19:04:55
Brownies without nuts are not brownies.

Dood.
#24 by Charles
2004-07-23 19:06:58
www.bluh.org
Chris, is there anything you like that isn't bad?

"I'm not asking for much; just a job that meets the minimum legal requirements set forth by my country."
#25 by lwf
2004-07-23 19:16:14
So Shadarr I liked all those comic ideas, but I don't see any reason to change the name. No big deal though. I might make some slight changes when I get home but we'll see, I'll try and focus on new material. It's odd how we haven't heard from penguin lately, do you think he's flaking out already?

My behaviour is addictive functioning in a disease process of toxic co-dependency. I need holistic healing and wellness before I'll accept any responsibility for my actions.
#26 by Charles
2004-07-23 19:16:41
www.bluh.org
I realize now that saying christ without the t really muddles the meaning of a sentence.

"I'm not asking for much; just a job that meets the minimum legal requirements set forth by my country."
#27 by lwf
2004-07-23 19:17:03
While Bob likes everything that is bad, Charles hates everything that is good.

My behaviour is addictive functioning in a disease process of toxic co-dependency. I need holistic healing and wellness before I'll accept any responsibility for my actions.
#28 by jjohnsen
2004-07-23 19:20:49
http://www.johnsenclan.com
Nuts in anything but Thai food is bad.

Owner of the Planetcrap FFL team, the Utah Teen Brides.
#29 by UncleJeet
2004-07-23 19:21:26
I'm not a fan of nuts in my brownies, either.  Or my cookies.

Pick me!  Pick me!
#30 by Charles
2004-07-23 19:24:38
www.bluh.org
But your mouth is a different story.

"I'm not asking for much; just a job that meets the minimum legal requirements set forth by my country."
#31 by CheesyPoof
2004-07-23 19:25:54
I think my mom puts walnuts in the chocolate chip cookies, but I'm not sure.  If she does they are shredded so you don't really know they're there, unless you're allergic to walnuts in which case you're dying.
#32 by MCorleone
2004-07-23 19:27:37
University Study Fuel:

1 Tall glass milk
4 heaping tablespoons instant coffee mix
1 liberal squirt chocolate syrup


Mix well, slam.

I have walked my way since the beginning of time. Sometimes I give, sometimes I take, it is mine to know which and when!
#33 by Your Friend
2004-07-23 19:29:00
Deez nutz in yo' mouf, beyotch.

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#34 by Shadarr
2004-07-23 19:35:18
shadarr@yahoo.com http://digital-luddite.com
lwf,

I just don't want to get sued.  Even if it's a clear-cut win for us, it'd still suck.  And I remember that when PA got sued, they ended up having to take down the Strawberry Shortcut comic because it wasn't covered by satire laws, because they were just using the likeness and not making any comment on the character.  I imagine it's the same for names.  It probably won't matter, though, since we'll never use last names anyway.  I mean, who calls their roommate by their full name?

I forgot that I wanted to add something to the strip where Fuzz says "Why don't you just take naked pictures of Ilene".  Deacon: "Like there isn't enough porn on the net already."
Fuzz: "No, there really isn't."
Gordon: "And there never will be."

It might not work with the flow of that strip though, so maybe we should save it for another one.

Penguin better not be flaking out.  I will be seriously pissed if he is.  The rest of you fucks are expendable, but if he's the weak link the whole thing falls apart.
#35 by Shadarr
2004-07-23 19:36:32
shadarr@yahoo.com http://digital-luddite.com
Strawberry Shortcut.  Yes.  I'm sure that's a witty commentary on something.
#36 by UncleJeet
2004-07-23 19:37:14
Is there any mode from any game ever that isn't in the new Mortal Kombat?
Informative Link!

Pick me!  Pick me!
#37 by Your Friend
2004-07-23 19:39:58
The fact that they put a Super Puzzle Fighter II clone into the new MK is just.. ridiculous.

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#38 by Shadarr
2004-07-23 19:41:20
shadarr@yahoo.com http://digital-luddite.com
I'm most looking forward to the management sim mode.
#39 by zimbardo_ugly
2004-07-23 19:42:59
zimbardo_ugly@hotmail.com
There can never be too much additional stuff in my opinion, as long as the combat model and the graphics do not suck.

"Warez non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem"
#40 by MCorleone
2004-07-23 19:51:56
MK's combat model always sucked.  Turtle turtle turtle, attack after opponent attacks.

Cheap.  Weak.

I have walked my way since the beginning of time. Sometimes I give, sometimes I take, it is mine to know which and when!
#41 by Hugin
2004-07-23 19:55:48
lmccain@nber.org
And terribly stiff and goofy looking.  Compared to the stylish animations and character design of the pure sprite based games like Street Fighter and Samurai Showdown, and the (mostly) realistic, 3-D kinematics of the early Virtua Fighter games, Mortal Kombat's people looked like jerky mannequins or paper dolls.
#42 by m0nty
2004-07-23 19:57:23
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
I shall share my recipe for rum balls, once I find it.
#43 by Ergo
2004-07-23 19:59:17
*unsubscribe*

Repeat after me--I am sofa king we Todd Ed.
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#44 by hangedmanAG
2004-07-23 20:02:45
www.livejournal.com/users/hangedman_ag/
The fact that they put a Super Puzzle Fighter II clone into the new MK is just.. ridiculous.

I think it's a cute idea.  Besides Super Puzzle Fighter was a great game.

S'right
#45 by Your Friend
2004-07-23 20:04:10
Halo 2 trailer is very very nice.

I pity you poor PC-only gamers.

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#46 by UncleJeet
2004-07-23 20:04:54
I've never big a big MK fan for the same reasons Hugin listed, in addition to it just being a lame game all around.

Pick me!  Pick me!
#47 by Your Friend
2004-07-23 20:05:13
I agree that SPF is a great game.  Just... another fighting game cloning it, even to the point of having big-head kid versions of the characters seems kind of lame, especially since its like 10 years later.

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#48 by Hugin
2004-07-23 20:12:41
lmccain@nber.org
Rayden was cool though.  "CHOPPIN' BROCCOLLLLIIIIIIII!!!!!"
#49 by hangedmanAG
2004-07-23 20:48:58
www.livejournal.com/users/hangedman_ag/
YF,

I think it's a funny little shout-out plus it's kinda amusing with the whole dark "realistic" graphical tone of the MK series.

Hugin,

Are you sure you're not thinking about Baraka?

S'right
#50 by MCorleone
2004-07-23 20:54:20
Samurai Shodowns, the KOFs, the SFs, the VFs.  MK's suck.

I have walked my way since the beginning of time. Sometimes I give, sometimes I take, it is mine to know which and when!
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