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Old 05-02-2011, 11:21 AM   #22041
 
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That food thread makes me sad. It also tells me how little exposure a lot of people have had to real food.
The foods you don't like thread?


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Yup. I get not liking certain things for whatever reason, but some of the lists are a mile long, and others just show that people haven't had anything but the commercial, vastly inferior versions of certain items and don't even know what actually constitutes said food.
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Old 05-02-2011, 11:23 AM   #22042
 
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Red meat only if it's extra extra well-done???
If it's been cremated why even bother with it? It's only going to taste burnt!


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Exactly. Well-done is one step away from total destruction. Add to that an 'extra extra' and is anything left but a pile of ashes??? Why eat red meat at all at that point? I don't get it.
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Old 05-02-2011, 11:27 AM   #22043
 
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How do 2 adults create so much laundry? I work from home and often will wear the same pants for a couple of days (GASP!). I blame SO.
I blame him, too!
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Mochi, mochi, mochi, I love you! You're chewy and gooey and healthy and good, and a perfect vehicle for siracha sauce.

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Mochi, mochi, mochi, I love you! You're chewy and gooey and healthy and good, and a perfect vehicle for siracha sauce.

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I have no idea what these foods are! I need to get out more. Enjoy!
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Aw!

I think I like chini best in baggy trousers.

The widow pic was funny, too.

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Mochi, mochi, mochi, I love you! You're chewy and gooey and healthy and good, and a perfect vehicle for siracha sauce.

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I have no idea what these foods are! I need to get out more. Enjoy!
Mochi is a brown rice mold (as in shape, not fungus) that you cut into pieces bake. It comes in different flavors, but I always get plain.

Siracha is a thin, red hot sauce. I've mostly seen it used at Thai restaurants, but Saria may know more about other cuisines in which it appears. All I know is that if it weren't against dental law, I'd brush my teeth with the stuff, I love it so much.

I recommend both.
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Old 05-02-2011, 12:33 PM   #22049
 
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Few things are as rewarding and thrilling to me as leaving flour, water, and the tiniest bit of yeast for an hour and coming back to see and hear it bubble away. Sigh.


And then mixing that into a dough, and kneading. How wonderful kneading feels! From a rough, shaggy mass to a smooth, elastic, tacky but not sticky, squishy ball of goodness. It's always hard for me to stop playing with it, it's just such a nice feeling.






Now to wait . . .
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I love the way dough smells as it's rising. I think I need to break out the yeast and make something.
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Heh, I thought you'd like that.

I'm gonna have to repeat myself: blah, blah, altruism cakes.
Altruism cakes taste like cardboard and have the density of lead. They're gross. I like my cakes with a nice, thick, schadenfreude frosting, TYVM.
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It is a great smell!
This dough is for zataar flatbreads. I'm having one with egg salad.
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You wash them down with sanctimonious sangria.
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You wash them down with sanctimonious sangria.
Must. Exercise. Restraint. Too! Many! Jokes!
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Hrmm, I printed a focaccia recipe the other day so that would be great with egg salad. That's on my weekend lunch or dinner list now!
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You wash them down with sanctimonious sangria.
Must. Exercise. Restraint. Too! Many! Jokes!
No, no! Keep going!

You two bring the funny today.
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Ninja - you might get a kick out of this comic about Sriracha. Dear Sriracha Rooster Sauce - The Oatmeal
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Must. Exercise. Restraint. Too! Many! Jokes!
You might want to include a nice dessert of bleeding heart pudding.
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Old 05-02-2011, 12:47 PM   #22059
 
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Oh, open the floodgates already!

Nice, misspam.
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Old 05-02-2011, 12:48 PM   #22060
 
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I want egg salad now.
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