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Messages - Pope Pixie Pickle

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I was saner and happier in Scotland with Payne. When I left and had to deal with family it drowned the Swamp Yankees.

I am so very not in Scotland. If I got souther, I would be in the English
Channel.

2297
It worked!

K recipie went-

One aubergine. Slice at about 4mm.

Plain flour 2 tablespoons ish
1 egg.
Teaspoon of chilli flakes
Water and beer.

Make a thin batter, adding the beer last, heat up oil and dip slices in batter and just fry it off. I had too much batter in the end so next time imma do 2 aubergines.

My mates liked em. Imma use moar chilli flakes next tiem.

There are no pics cos the girls ate em all!

2299
I get ancient and classical Greek architecture rage in a similar fashion to Suu on this.


2300
He can take offerings on my behalf, but I offer no guarantees being psychotic and all.

Prayers and requests go here.

2301
Hehe, the Eddie Vedder soundtrack is always the one I listen to pulling in and out of whatever station I meet/leave Payne from.

2302
Nurse is learning well. We should make a noob reading list of freads.

2303
spongy veggies are good if you salt em to absorb the water. maybe some kind of aubergine fritter, and see if i can do the same to the courgettes.

it looks like I may have to bite the bullet and buy some flour, or get one of the girls to bring a little bit.

imma work on the chilli flakes and a touch of saffron in the batter, bit of garlic, maybe toast the pumpkin seeds and sprinkle on the top....

but I DO has parmigiana. (it is made from cow rennet, but veggie friend will probably not mind, she accidentally ate some bacon last time I was over after I dished up her portion, i added bacon to the dish, and she was like..."oops! that was not a vegetable, oh well you warned me when I went for the second portion...")

2304
The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Spagbook
« on: April 13, 2010, 07:56:44 am »
:lulz:

2305
I bought one yesterday and I'm having the girls over for food tommorrow. One is Vegitarian and instead of just roasting all the veg and making a risotto of epic veggie proportions with that included I wanted to do something nice to snack on with the eggplant/aubergine.

Spices wise I am limited. I have a bit of saffron, some chilli flakes, some cajun seasoning and some sambal. 

I had this crazy idea of dipping thin slices in egg with saffron and chili flakes and then frying, finishing them in my new  combi microwave grill oven by sprinkling some pumpkin seeds on the top whilst the egg is still not quite cooked, to add some crunchy to the proceedings.

Any other tips? I seriously went nuts at the supermarket so I cannot go and get anything else. Also my cupboard is full so nothing else will fit.

I also has courgette I can do similar to if needs be. 

Halp?

2306
Discordian Recipes / Re: Grilled cheese for people who fear stoves
« on: April 13, 2010, 07:29:28 am »
I been taking ciabatta rolls and toasting em on the stove in a pan. Little olive oil instead of butter, and then putting cream cheese on the heel, pastrami and then mustard on the crown, with some strong herb salad on there. I had two for lunch yesterday and had a very contented nap. 

Also that strawberries thing sounds good.

2307
Discordian Recipes / Re: CANDIES
« on: April 12, 2010, 02:17:03 pm »
Trip maybe leaving a knife in boiling water to mek knife hot and try cutting your candy.

2308
Thank you honey.

2309
I shall order Payne to put that on his download list.

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Discordian Recipes / Re: heat
« on: April 11, 2010, 05:54:20 pm »
I like my spicy Jamaican style. It makes me smile. Yes I find the proceedure kinds masochistic, but I loves it. 

Mmm saltfish fritters.
 

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