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2 hours ago, ratsmitglied said:

 

That looks about the right gear for holding a Koala - vicious claws on those things :poke:

 

yea except for the fastest they can move those claws is about the speed of a high speed snail they really cant generate much momentum and the claws, although large aren't all that sharp 

 

2 hours ago, ratsmitglied said:

They also sound very different to what you would expect https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmeBQVQIsTU

 

From the sounds on this video I am apparently a were-koala.  I turn into one at night according to my wife! ::D:

 

1 hour ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

@Glitterwolf  Here's some virtual Chicken Soup

 

Mrs. Rex has apparently been reading my messages, or my mind, after being married this long you can never tell which ::P:.  She made up some Spanish Onion soup.  It was Yummy!  Almonds and caramelized onions, a wonderful combination.  I have to wonder though if they would be even better caramelized in duckfat instead of butter... I have some of the second magical ingredient waiting to be used...

2 minutes ago, LittleBluberry said:

 

I was watching that...  Then my power went out.  :down:

 

Stupid snow.

I might have to watch that.  I have been trying to figure out what to do with that figure.  theres good details and then there is overwhelming.  Oswald, to me, counts as overwhelming!  Too much stuff!

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1 hour ago, PaganMegan said:

There are things I like tofu in.

 

Pea soup is not one of those things.

 

Bacon? Yes.

 

Ham, even turkey ham? Sure.

 

broccoliaki mushroom, grilled in bacon fat, with fried onions? Absolutely. (Not random. Grump demonstrating that knowing what works together is the core of being a cook. It was the yums. ::): )

 

 

Pea soup with meat dumpling floaters smothered in ketchup?

 

 

For a steampunk dinner, sure!

I was with you till ketchup. Never use the stuff. 

 

My pea soup used bacon and sausage this time. 

 

Almost time to go home... 

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Writing rules for a Weebles Ghostbuster Game for BD.

 

Why isn't this already a thing?

 

Simple D6 mechanic, ones count as being slimed.

Monsters running from 2 to 6 to beat.

Each counts for that many points.

How many points worth of ghosts before you are slimed out.

Three slimes and you are out.

Teams can combine die rolls, but split points. Each is slimed individually.

Points go to the team - but if a ghost is not taken out then the next player/team can shoot the wounded ghost - and only needs to beat the total, adding the previous damage to the roll.

Lone wolves will be sniping wounded ghosts a lot, I think.

Players can choose whether to be on teams or risk it alone.

Aiming for teams of two being the happy place. ::):

 

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19 minutes ago, LittleBluberry said:

 

I was watching that...  Then my power went out.  :down:

 

Stupid snow.

 

Power loss no bueno  in this weather, but could you at least keep it on your side of the pass please?

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In today's food experiment, baking cinnamon rolls with just a cast iron pot and gas stove top.  (Oven requires electricity to regulate temps.) I think this can be done, but I'm going to have to be careful not to burn the bottom.  

1 minute ago, TripleH said:

 

Power loss no bueno  in this weather, but could you at least keep it on your side of the pass please?

 

If I could control the snow it wouldn't still be snowing here!  

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7 minutes ago, LittleBluberry said:

In today's food experiment, baking cinnamon rolls with just a cast iron pot and gas stove top.  (Oven requires electricity to regulate temps.) I think this can be done, but I'm going to have to be careful not to burn the bottom.  

 

If I could control the snow it wouldn't still be snowing here!  

Here too.  I miss snow.  for about the first week of it snowing, then I've had enough!

 

you might try putting a layer of tinfoil in the bottom under a springform pan bottom or even a cardboard cutout.  that will get you much better oven type heat rather than direct and significantly decrease your risk of burning (my Grandfather's mother's recipe calls for reeds and old hay when baking on an open fire in a cast iron oven (her name for a dutch oven) but I don't think that will improve the flavor of a cinnamon roll...

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5 hours ago, Werkrobotwerk said:

If you ever cook a ham, the bone, and some of the spare ham can be used for extra good pea soup.

 

In our house, cooking a ham nearly always translates into pea soup roughly one week later. (Lady Klarg prefers it without bits of ham in the soup, but I have definitely done that before)

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1 hour ago, Doug Sundseth said:
1 hour ago, Pegazus said:

A button was hidden off the page with a “generate” text on it.

 

Report is now generating along with a progress bar.

 

Some UI designer needs a talking to.

...with a clue-by-4...

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Moving company acquired.

Moving date set.

All I have to do is get everything packed between now and then.

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Cats survived. Humans survived without any lingering deafness, and all leaving-the-property type chores have been completed.

Which .. is good, because it's snowing again. Eh. Whatever. ^^;

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1 hour ago, LittleBluberry said:

In today's food experiment, baking cinnamon rolls with just a cast iron pot and gas stove top.  (Oven requires electricity to regulate temps.) I think this can be done, but I'm going to have to be careful not to burn the bottom.  

 

If I could control the snow it wouldn't still be snowing here!  

If you have an oven to table plate that will fit inside the cast iron pot use that on top of some spoons to raise the buns off of contact with the bottom of the pot.

GEM

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