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Lunch today was two chocolate platters at a Lindt cafe. Hot chocolate, chocolate pieces, chocolate cheesecake, chocolate ice-cream, chocolate layer thing, chocolate sauce. I went hard at it but it def

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Diablo chilli cheese toasted on a mini baguette with a side of pulled pork flavoured ridge cut crisps.  Just had two jam dounts also because I am a fat shit.  I used to work in a bakery and occasionally covered the donut making and I recall my horror that customers enjoyed cold custard filling in donuts.  Who eats that shit?

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Half a pack of frozen veggie fried rice from Trader Joe's with some sauteed chicken and broccoli, chili, powdered ginger, garlic salt, etc. I'd like to do a bit more with it - used to make a great fried rice from scratch but, like many other things, it's not worth the time anymore. This meal falls squarely in the "could be better but it'll do just fine" category.

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On 9/29/2019 at 11:45 PM, MacabreEternal said:

Diablo chilli cheese toasted on a mini baguette with a side of pulled pork flavoured ridge cut crisps.  Just had two jam dounts also because I am a fat shit.  I used to work in a bakery and occasionally covered the donut making and I recall my horror that customers enjoyed cold custard filling in donuts.  Who eats that shit?

Custard in donuts is one of life’s pleasures. So is what you’ve just eaten by the sounds of it. 

 

On 9/30/2019 at 5:53 AM, FatherAlabaster said:

Half a pack of frozen veggie fried rice from Trader Joe's with some sauteed chicken and broccoli, chili, powdered ginger, garlic salt, etc. I'd like to do a bit more with it - used to make a great fried rice from scratch but, like many other things, it's not worth the time anymore. This meal falls squarely in the "could be better but it'll do just fine" category.

My favourite ingredient in this recipe is “etc”.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Requiem said:

Custard in donuts is one of life’s pleasures. So is what you’ve just eaten by the sounds of it. 

 

My favourite ingredient in this recipe is “etc”.

 

 

Chicken and broccoli with ginger doesn't sound good to you? In that particular case "etc" was coconut amino sauce (which tastes a bit like soy sauce but milder and sweeter) and a dollop of harissa. And maybe an egg mixed in.

I just had a really good omelet with green peppers, onions, ham, and cheddar, side of home fries, grilled English muffin, lots of coffee. The world is mine. Time to start thinking about lunch.

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I'm out on a fancy work do. Overnight at a winery in the Yarra Valley. 

Entree: Oysters with caviar and some kind of sweet clear jelly. I died eating this. 

Main: Pork Belly with potatoes and I think maybe leek. 

Dessert: Chocolate cake with strawberry dollops and small honeycomb pieces. 

Drink: Large quantities of the winery's white wine, a glass of gallant shiraz with the pork, and a beer to begin the journey. 

Now sipping white wine in my room. Insomnium on the speakers. 

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I can't get anything hot in Belgrade, everything labeled hot sauce here is actually weak sauce.

Today I ate fried potatoes with Chili sauce, not nearly hot enough. I can't find any habaneros either.

I'm thinking of getting some pepper spray, spraying a little in a glass and just watering it down. I can always just spray more if its not strong enough.

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16 hours ago, the_thrashing said:

I can't get anything hot in Belgrade, everything labeled hot sauce here is actually weak sauce.

Today I ate fried potatoes with Chili sauce, not nearly hot enough. I can't find any habaneros either.

I'm thinking of getting some pepper spray, spraying a little in a glass and just watering it down. I can always just spray more if its not strong enough.

Get some of this pal, it’s ace, I use it in my chilli :D

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B077G7XLDJ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_T-hODbVYWZV2K

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On ‎10‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 3:14 PM, H34VYM3T4LD4V3 said:

Get some of this pal, it’s ace, I use it in my chilli :D

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B077G7XLDJ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_T-hODbVYWZV2K

Dude that looks so bad ass. It is definitely reasonably priced to try, it will probably be double to ship to Serbia but I can still swing that. The only thing is, it's only 21 grams so it won't last me a long time. I guess it should be strong enough that you don't use that much at a time. I have heard good things about the Carolina Reaper.

Can you tell me if there is onion powder in it? The reason I ask is, I am allergic to onions and about 1/3 of hot sauces have onion in them. I know, I'm weird.

 

A few years ago a friend here had this packet of small dried red chilis, I have no idea what kind but he said try this it's hot. I expected it to be pussy shit and man was I wrong, it immediately crushed me so bad I was fucked for about 45 minutes. My tolerance has surely gone up a little since then and I have been dying to get a packet of those chilis ever since.  I might see him later on today, so I'm gonna ask him if he can get more. There are many small red chilis that look exactly like these but the others are weak, these chilis look like average weak ones but they will melt you.

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7 hours ago, Natassja said:

Christmas elves.

You monster! We need them to make toys! 

I’ve been rocking solo a bit lately while the family from hell is down the coast, so my diet has been less than healthy to say the least. 

Fried food, alcohol and black metal to be specific.

I’ve even started to deep fry my alcohol and black metal, which can also apparently be done in fish n chip shops in Scotland. 

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4 hours ago, Requiem said:

You monster! We need them to make toys! 

I’ve been rocking solo a bit lately while the family from hell is down the coast, so my diet has been less than healthy to say the least. 

Fried food, alcohol and black metal to be specific.

I’ve even started to deep fry my alcohol and black metal, which can also apparently be done in fish n chip shops in Scotland. 

Chocolate ones 😛

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