And to you as well, sir!
If you can comfortably order a large pizza for five dollars, you have larger issues. At least these guys work for a business that will reward their innovation and skill.
When you cook with garlic, if you don't like the smell, wash your hands with soap and cold water when you're done. The smell won't stick if your pores aren't open.
Sorry, but there's just no way that a home kitchen can beat the taste of macerated skin and tendon covered in "chicken flavor".
Thank you Issy! I've been looking for a good recipe for papaya salad. The one thing my wife brought back with her from Thailand is a lust for papaya salad that's so spicy that I can't let it touch my lips when I eat it, or it creates visible burn marks. She'll be very happy if I can make a decent one.
He's forgetting dietary rule #247: Some people are completely biologically dependent on being a pain in the ass. It doesn't matter what they're cutting from their diet: gluten, dairy, carbs or marshmallows. I believe that if you were able to genetically isolate these people and provide them with a situation where they could remain a constant pain in the ass to someone, they could survive purely on principle, needing no supplemental nutrition at all.
FYI: The best mojitos have a little Serrano pepper muddled up with the mint.
>> ^00Scud00: I think, Bacon, would be a great name. I was thinking "MRE".
To ruby in less than a year. Good work!
Truly awesome moniker you got there. I can't believe I haven't noticed it before.
It's also a nice *parody.
When you do need to peel and cut garlic, it helps if you wash it off with cold water and soap first, then hot. It will keep the pores on your hands closed while you get the majority of it off. That way the smell won't stick around so easily. I assume this is why people don't like peeling garlic because as far as physical effort, isn't it pretty easy? I mean... come on.
Who cares if they do? We're all so high-and-mighty here in America. Pigs are very intelligent and endearing animals and we eat the shit out of THEM.
Butter and homemade strawberry preserves.
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