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 on: April 01, 2014, 09:36:48 am 
Started by Boomstick - Last post by couchfort

 on: March 31, 2014, 07:56:11 pm 
Started by zombiehunterknuckle - Last post by Log!
This threads would be so much more entertaining if this guy would do something other than just make like six more threads that all say the same thing.

 on: March 31, 2014, 04:45:43 pm 
Started by zombiehunterknuckle - Last post by Stan
wap em in the dick.

just wap em right in there.

 on: March 31, 2014, 07:55:45 am 
Started by zombiehunterknuckle - Last post by zombiehunterknuckle
here's some zombie survival fighting methods, shoulder tackles and bumping into them makes them stumble and become dazed, chopping off limbs and arms will immobilize them, decapitation and blows to the brains kills them... I know more secrets too.. Now... Unfortunately I heard T-virus made zombies are too hard to defeat... Keep this within your knowledge for zombie survival... Remember... T-virus zombies are unbeatable virtually... Unfortunately...   

 on: March 31, 2014, 03:11:28 am 
Started by zombiehunterknuckle - Last post by zombiehunterknuckle
Is salt or saline is the zombie cure? I also heard cold weather and the next dry weather cures zombies... It's a interesting subject but I doubt it's possible... It may help the hunters be prevented from turning and advance the team... But I heard too much salt may cause death and the reverse effects unfortunately... So I think it's bogus... What do you guys think?

 on: March 30, 2014, 11:13:18 am 
Started by Log! - Last post by Stan
Oh TZ :'C

PP: Burnt out and sick of work. Looking out for brighter prospects.

 on: March 29, 2014, 11:39:50 pm 
Started by Log! - Last post by TeeZee
PP: Did catering for a reception at a pretty divey music hall. Cool place, but there was pretty much no space for us to work in. The other cook stayed in their tiny "kitchen" area to prepare the cold food and the food that was already cooked, while I had to set up on a balcony upstairs to fry things. We had to run an extension cord out to the balcony for the fryers, and over the night I ended up shorting out the upstairs breaker twice, which meant I couldn't cook and the guests had to be in the dark for a bit. One of my fryers had apparently accumulated some flour gunk on the heating element and started to smoke, so I unplugged it and only used the other one. Then THAT one just stopped working. At this point I had to settle for the smoky fryer that I had no way and no time to clean out and hope for the best. At this point it was raining, but thankfully there was an awning that covered me and the food. Then the rain got heavier, and what I assume was some kind of rain drainage gutter pipe thing overflowed, dousing me, the rest of the food, and my workstation in rainwater. Everything was ruined so I had to toss it all and clean up. That's when I noticed all the standing water on the balcony...the METAL balcony...and saw the extension cord outlet with the fryers still plugged in hanging dangerously close to the water, to the point where I could have probably been electrocuted had I not noticed it and snatched it up in time.

Later, I got hit in the balls really hard by a piece of metal. That shit hurt.

 on: March 29, 2014, 05:52:41 am 
Started by Grammer - Last post by TheLastOutlaw

That sounds delicious.

I should specify that the spaghetti bake "recipe" assumes you've mixed your sauce in with the noodles and it is even better if you have meat in the sauce.  If you don't have any sauce to mix with the noodles... well that's how I invented mexican spaghetti.

Similar to the previous scenario I found myself with a fridge full of leftovers and no desire to go shopping but this one is probably a little more creative.  I had a bunch of leftover spaghetti noodles (but no sauce this time) and a few lefovers related to tacos including the taco seasoned ground beef and a nearly full jar of salsa.  So I  connected the dots.  What's the main ingredient in spaghetti sauce?  Tomatos.  What's the main ingredient in salsa?  Tomatos.  Does this concoction keep me from having to drive anywhere?  Yes!  So I dumped the salsa in a pot with the taco meat, heated it up and used it as a stand in for real spaghetti sauce.  Bam!  Mexican spaghetti.  It's not bad either.

 on: March 28, 2014, 04:45:41 pm 
Started by Grammer - Last post by Yutrzenika
AP:  A few years ago I invented the best way to eat leftover spaghetti and today I made it even better.

So one day I had a bunch of leftover spaghetti and decided to punch it up a bit because I wasn't in the mood for that slightly soggy taste leftover pasta always seems to have.  So I dumped it in a baking dish, put some mozzarella cheese on top, baked it til the cheeze melted and started to brown at the edges, viola!  Spaghetti bake.  Simple, and delicious. 

Tonight while I was getting ready to make a batch I had a slip of the tongue and called it pizza bake.  Then I was like, "why not?"  Layer of cheese went on top like normal, then pepperoni, and another light dusting of cheese.  Amazing.

This has been, cooking leftovers with Outlaw, join us next time where he shares his recipe for Mexican spaghetti!

That sounds delicious.

 on: March 28, 2014, 01:15:59 pm 
Started by Boomstick - Last post by Stan
you KNOW my mom died in a tragic accident at the felt factory! D':

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