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ShadowDion at 11:42AM, Oct. 21, 2007
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Pringles Casserole:

1. You crush some Pringles.
2. You put them on a casserole.
3. ????
4. Profit!

3. Sprinkle crack on it and sell it to homeless people to make them addicted.
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Rutger at 11:43AM, Oct. 21, 2007
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Pringles Casserole:

1. You crush some Pringles.
2. You put them on a casserole.
3. Sprinkle crack on it and sell it to homeless people to make them addicted.
4. Profit!


K.A.L.A.-dan! rutGAR desu!
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Coveinant at 10:30PM, Oct. 21, 2007
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I am 17, so someone test this out for me and tell me what is tastes like.

one shot gen.
basil.
1/2 lb ground beef.
thyme.
hickory smoke salt
bread
egg

Mixer meatballs 21+
tear bread into shreads. mix the afore mentioned ingredents in a small bowl wiht hands. when properly mixed, roll into balls and cook for 25 min at 350 degrees Ferienheit. serve with spegetti or in a meatball salad.
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Rutger at 4:01AM, Oct. 22, 2007
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I am 17, so someone test this out for me and tell me what is tastes like.

one shot gen.
basil.
1/2 lb ground beef.
thyme.
hickory smoke salt
bread
egg

Mixer meatballs 21+
tear bread into shreads. mix the afore mentioned ingredents in a small bowl wiht hands. when properly mixed, roll into balls and cook for 25 min at 350 degrees Ferienheit. serve with spegetti or in a meatball salad.

I'm assuming you mean gin? I love gin, I'm gonna try this. I'll let you know what happens. If nothing comes up, I might have died of foodpoisoning. If that happens, I blame you :D

Also, lol hickory smoked.

DR. TRAN!

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crazyninny at 2:10PM, Oct. 22, 2007
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Rattle Meat:

Take some rattle snake meat, cook it till frimed, and DROWN it in BBQ sauce.

… Which still tast nasty, its rattle snake meat! XP Its nasty no matter what!

I had kangooroo steak once. It was hoppin'.

I don't know if your pulling my leg or not, but kangooroo meat sounds a little though for me.

Boffalo meat is my next pick to try out, sounds tasty!
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Rutger at 2:35PM, Oct. 22, 2007
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I shit you not. My grandma took the family to a reastaurent a week or so ago, and they were serving kangaroo steak. It's basically just like normal steak, but it sounds more special…

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crazyninny at 7:02PM, Oct. 23, 2007
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… Kangaroos are so cute!

But they sound so tasty….
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Rutger at 10:58AM, Oct. 25, 2007
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Oh it was tasty alright. And very bloody.

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Coveinant at 2:01AM, Oct. 27, 2007
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making chile this weekend. I'll post the recipe later, after I cook it.
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Puff_Of_Smoke at 10:52AM, Oct. 28, 2007
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making chile this weekend. I'll post the recipe later, after I cook it.

tell us if it's good or not, too.
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I have a gun. It's really powerful. Especially against living things.
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Rutger at 1:25PM, Oct. 28, 2007
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making chile this weekend. I'll post the recipe later, after I cook it.

tell us if it's good or not, too.

Second'd.

I still have to try that gin recipe…

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Coveinant at 4:13PM, Oct. 28, 2007
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Try my other recipes, I am a good spice chef. I know what to put in and what each spice can do. So it will be good just have to wait till 7 and I can start to cook it.
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Coveinant at 7:27PM, Oct. 28, 2007
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Okay these are the spices used in addition of the four basic stuff.

Terragon leaves Allspice
Lemon & Pepper Ground Sage
Orange Peel (dried) Montreal Steak Seasoning
Cinnamon Nutmeg
Onion Salt Cumin
Hickory Smoke Salt Molly McButter seasoning-cheese flavored
Mrs. Dash instant Chile mix
Thyme
Ginger

First brown the meat, add the beans, and then the chile mix. After that you add the spices but you have to use a little and you will be able to tell if it is done by the how it is tastes.
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Sidwarrious at 7:47PM, Oct. 28, 2007
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All of these recipees are beyond me. If step one isn't remove packaging with step two being insert into microwave I can't do it.
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Rutger at 1:38AM, Oct. 29, 2007
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Try my other recipes, I am a good spice chef. I know what to put in and what each spice can do. So it will be good just have to wait till 7 and I can start to cook it.

You seem to be an expert in a lot of things. Impressive, considering you're a kid. Are you, by any chance, magic?

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Coveinant at 2:03PM, Oct. 29, 2007
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No, I just have above average intelegence and an autism. I just am naturally good at a lot of the things I do. Also true magic is very hard to do and I am not that talented at trick magic.
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Rutger at 2:08PM, Oct. 29, 2007
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No, I just have above average intelegence and an autism. I just am naturally good at a lot of the things I do. Also true magic is very hard to do and I am not that talented at trick magic.

Explains a lot. Also, you crack me up sometimes.

I had a recipe for something including whiskey, but I forgot. Possibly after I drank the whiskey…

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Coveinant at 9:12PM, Nov. 4, 2007
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Good one Rutger. I really hope to see it. Also please post in this thread if you have a recipe that a little unusual.
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Sidwarrious at 9:21PM, Nov. 4, 2007
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Do any of your recipes not involve alckyhole?
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Coveinant at 9:34PM, Nov. 4, 2007
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yes, this is only the second page. There is still the first page.
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jagris at 10:06PM, Nov. 4, 2007
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This sounds odd, but it's damn good if you're in a hurry… or lazy like me. XD

Make a package of instant ramen, but leave out the seasoning packet.

While that's cooking, take a med size casserole dish (or other large microwaveable bowl) and make cream of tomato soup in the microwave. (If you use all milk, be careful not to burn it by putting on too much time. ~2 min is sufficient.)

Strain your ramen, put it in the casserole dish and add your seasoning packet.

Enjoy~

(My parents think it's the strangest thing on the planet, but my friends seem to like it.)


Also, a note on those meatballs Coveinant was talking about… when you cook them, the alcohol itself evaporates. All you have left is the flavour. They're safe for all ages… unless you don't like gin. ^_^
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Coveinant at 10:11PM, Nov. 4, 2007
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You could also add about a drop gin to the meatballs after words to get a moister taste to them.
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lastcall at 6:21AM, Nov. 5, 2007
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Here's a few of my favorite drink recipes; thought I would share them with you.

The first one is from an old bartender friend of mine; he created it himself. …Be careful with the last one…it's very strong!

Suicide Sex

1/2 shot each: Vodka, Peach Schnapps, Southern Comfort, Amaretto, Chambord
Fill: OJ, Pineapple, and Cranberry.
Mix all ingredients.
Float 1/2 shot of 151 Rum
Drink with straw, unless you want to taste the bitter 151.


Oatmeal Cookie Shot

1/4 Jagermeister
1/4 Bailey's Irish Cream
1/4 Butterscotch Schnapps
1/4 Goldschlager
mix and shoot!


Pineapple Upside-Down Cake

1 shot Vanilla Vodka
1 shot Pineapple juice
mix
layer a splash of Grenadine on the bottom
Shoot and enjoy!


Mongolian Mother F**ker

1 shot Vodka
1 shot Rum
1 shot Gin
1 shot Tequila
1 shot Amaretto
1 shot Southern Comfort
1 shot Sloe Gin
1 shot Triple Sec
1 shot Peach Schnapps
Fill with OJ and Cranberry juice
Float some Grenadine


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Sidwarrious at 6:25AM, Nov. 5, 2007
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ANy clue as to why it was called suicide sex?
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lastcall at 6:30AM, Nov. 5, 2007
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ANy clue as to why it was called suicide sex?

He told me once that he just called it that because it rolled off the tongue well, like the drinks “sex with an alligator” or “sex on the beach” do. The drink is sweet most of the time and yet bitter once you get to the bottom (kind of reminds me of a Sweet Tart), so maybe that's why. I dunno; I don't hang with the man anymore.
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Sidwarrious at 6:35AM, Nov. 5, 2007
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I was kinda hoping if there was an interesting story or funny saying behind it.
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lastcall at 6:42AM, Nov. 5, 2007
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There was, but I don't really remember. …Something about “It's so good, it's like killing yourself with sex” or something along those lines. And then something about sorority girls. I wish I could remember….crap.
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Sidwarrious at 6:44AM, Nov. 5, 2007
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Tis fine. I was jes curious
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lastcall at 12:09PM, Nov. 5, 2007
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Try the pineapple upside-down cake shot. It's tastee-licious.


Here's a recipe from my husband. He's from New Orleans, so he loves to kick things up a notch, food-wise.

Kitchen Sink Burgers

Large quantities of ground round beef (size based on number of people to serve)
1 egg per 1 to 1.5 lbs of meat
Italian seasoned bread crumbs (only enough to flavor and to help the meat stick together)
Healthy amount of Worcestershire sauce
Garlic powder
Onion powder
Small amount of Season-All (salt subsitute)
Small amount of Pepper
Fair amount of real Bacon Bits (optional)
A certain skill and eye for cooking

Hand-mix everything in a bowl and make into patties. If cooking inside, low broil on middle rack for 10 minutes on one side, flip, and 5-7 minutes on the other, depending on how cooked you want. Recommended cooked on BBQ grill, where cooking times will vary dependant upon fire, thickness of patties, and cooking preference. Before removing burgers from grill, glaze with BBQ sauce and let cook for 1 to 2 minutes to sear in flavor.

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Here's a recipe of mine; works great for potluck parties. …The secret is the sour cream.

Meg's Mac & Cheese

1 bag elbow macaroni
Medium sharp cheddar cheese (Tillamook brand cheese works best)
2 eggs
8 oz. sour cream
salt & pepper, to taste

Boil the macaroni so it is a little overcooked & set aside. Mix the eggs, sour cream, & salt/pepper together in a bowl and combine the mixture with the macaroni. Set bowl aside. Slice cheese in very thin strips. Layer macaroni mixture and strips of cheese in alternate layers in casserole dish. Cook in 400 degree oven for about 20 minutes or until top is slightly golden brown.
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notlikelytocare at 12:21PM, Nov. 5, 2007
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The 5 stages of death:

1 shot Crown Special Reserve

1 shot Cuervo Gold

1 shot Bacardi 151

1 shot Grey Goose

1 shot Everclear


Pour all five shots into a small whiskey glass, stir, and slam.

Tastes like ass, but it'll pit hair in places you never knew you had. ;)

My avatar is tiny because I'm compensating.
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