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- Sat Feb 05, 2011 7:06 am
- Forum: All Things FSM
- Topic: FSM Sightings on the Internet
- Replies: 366
- Views: 267896
I have had a revelation and I can only assume the FSM has touched me with his noodly appendage. While sitting down with friends to a few tankards of brown frothy synaptic enhancer and a pasta salad for X-myth lunch I realised the true origin of the season. Many centuries ago before global warming wh...
Good trick! The points i'm looking at are: First (and probably most important) magicians let the punters make the assumptions, looking at viscosity of colourless fluid during pour it doesn't quite flow right for water and has a high meniscous when filled the other fluid does not have to be whisky be...
- Thu Nov 04, 2010 2:06 am
- Forum: Food
- Topic: The I Just Ate Spaghetti Thread!
- Replies: 146
- Views: 85605
Last nights observance: Tea spoon Mae ploy red curry paste quickfried in tab spoon peanut oil. Slowly stir in 440ml coconut cream bring to simmer. Add 1 sliced onion and 1 cup each diced ( 2cm cubes ) potatoe, sweet potato and carrot. Simmer 8-10min lid on. Add 1 cup each florets of broccoli, caulif...
Somehow the word "peaty" just doesn't sound like a word I'd want used to describe my beverage. "Boy, this muck I dug out of the swamp sure is tasty!" :idiot: Went to a whisky tasting the other week and had an Islay that was as "peaty" as you can get but I took it to me...
- Mon Nov 01, 2010 10:24 pm
- Forum: Food
- Topic: Garlic Terminology - Must Read!
- Replies: 98
- Views: 99137
Just discovered this thread after browsing the curry thread - NOW I'M STARVING!! A couple of interesting garlic anecdotes from my world. One of my brothers on moving from the family home started cooking for himself. Thought steak with onion gravy and vegetables would be good but after a few tankards...
I and my partner in all things are both curry fiends and there is no problem involving his noodlyness in curry dishes. As far as I know curry is not strictly Indian anyway, it's all through Asia, Japan, the Orient even the middle east (or the middle west as we like to call it from AUS) with your mas...
- Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:18 pm
- Forum: Standards and Practices
- Topic: The New Convert Thread - MAKE YOUR FIRST POST HERE
- Replies: 7947
- Views: 3098410
G'Day fellow Pastafarians. I have been following the forums for a while and recently converted. I'm have also just received a copy of the Gospel and am already feeling uplifted. Hope to contribute soon.