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[#] Fri Mar 15 2019 14:47:50 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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Have you started vaping?



[#] Fri Mar 15 2019 15:11:01 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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I ought to, just to make a point. That point being, of course, that vaping is not harmful, despite the government and the tobacco industry trying to convince us otherwise.

[#] Fri Mar 15 2019 19:46:05 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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You rebel, that will show them and you will look classy at the same time.  win/win



[#] Sat Mar 16 2019 21:18:51 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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You do know the tobacco companies own many of those vaping products.  They should change their tobacco fields into hemp and hemp related products.  



[#] Sun Mar 17 2019 12:59:38 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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So.... hot dogs for dinner?



[#] Sun Mar 17 2019 16:10:31 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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No one in my home really likes to have hot dogs for dinner. When I was a child I had a book, which was already very old at the time (probably from the 1950's) called "Safe & Simple Projects With Electricity". Most of them involved typical kid stuff like hooking up light bulbs to switches and powering them with "dry cell" lantern batteries, learning how two-way switch pairs worked with the same technique, etc. But there was one project called "Hot Dog Cooker". It was literally two nails driven through a board and attached to mains power, and you were supposed to spear a hot dog across the nails to cook it.

As you might expect, as a child I was *not* permitted to build that particular project.

I like hot dogs, but I seldom eat them at home. When I do, they're either cooked on the grill (yum) or split open and cooked in a pan. I don't really care for them boiled or microwaved, which is what I suspect they'd taste like if they were cooked by running 120 volts through them.

[#] Wed Apr 10 2019 22:43:42 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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I have a feeling someone is going to fry bananas this weekend.



[#] Tue Jun 11 2019 12:48:09 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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I like avocados, and I like coffee, but ... EEEEEWWWWW!

[ http://www.biohackersrecipes.com/avocado-iced-coffee/ ]

Even in the photo it looks like untreated sewage. I'll pass, thank you.
Give me my avocados on sandwiches and tacos, and my coffee straight up.

[#] Thu Jun 13 2019 23:48:37 EDT from ParanoidDelusions @ Uncensored

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Sun Mar 17 2019 16:10:31 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored
No one in my home really likes to have hot dogs for dinner. When I was a child I had a book, which was already very old at the time (probably from the 1950's) called "Safe & Simple Projects With Electricity". Most of them involved typical kid stuff like hooking up light bulbs to switches and powering them with "dry cell" lantern batteries, learning how two-way switch pairs worked with the same technique, etc. But there was one project called "Hot Dog Cooker". It was literally two nails driven through a board and attached to mains power, and you were supposed to spear a hot dog across the nails to cook it.

As you might expect, as a child I was *not* permitted to build that particular project.

I like hot dogs, but I seldom eat them at home. When I do, they're either cooked on the grill (yum) or split open and cooked in a pan. I don't really care for them boiled or microwaved, which is what I suspect they'd taste like if they were cooked by running 120 volts through them.

We had the commercial version of this when I was a kid in the 70s. It was like that generation's George Foreman grill. :) 




 



[#] Fri Jun 14 2019 06:52:21 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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Thu Jun 13 2019 11:48:37 PM EDT from ParanoidDelusions @ Uncensored

 We had the commercial version of this when I was a kid in the 70s. It was like that generation's George Foreman grill. :) 

 

My comment above "Hot Dogs for dinner?" was posted the day this video was uploaded:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2ZZbuOeNmw

IG is a big BigClive fan (I wanted to write big twice), I figured if BigClive cooked hotdogs, Clive's biggest fan boy (IG) would have them.
He hot doggers bananas in another video. 



[#] Fri Jun 14 2019 11:59:22 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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He as in BigClive hot doggers bananas in another video.   And yes, 'Hot doggin' is a phrase, Big Clive said it and it is so. 

'Hot dogged' and 'Hot doggers' are included. 

 


[#] Mon Jun 17 2019 16:17:45 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Guilty as charged. I am a BigClive fanboi.

[#] Thu Aug 08 2019 19:43:56 EDT from darknetuser @ Uncensored

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I don't open sausages up for the cooking unless they are really big, and then you risk getting them a bit too dry. What I sometimes do with big German style sausages is to slice them into thick pieces and grill those. Very nice with curry sauce.



[#] Sun Sep 29 2019 15:22:32 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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I made lasagna this weekend, as a special treat for my wife's birthday.

And I cooked the meat sauce in a wok. China steals enough from us, so I have no problem culturally appropriating their cookware.

Actually, I've been cooking all sorts of things in a wok lately. It's a very versatile piece of kitchen equipment. And apparently I'm not the only one doing this. I was at a picnic today and met a guy who welded three metal pipe legs to the bottom of a large-ish wok, put a mega-blast-burner underneath it on cinder blocks ... and used it to cook taco meat.

[#] Sun Sep 29 2019 19:02:40 EDT from darknetuser @ Uncensored

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Actually, I've been cooking all sorts of things in a wok lately. It's

a very versatile piece of kitchen equipment. And apparently I'm not

the only one doing this. I was at a picnic today and met a guy who

welded three metal pipe legs to the bottom of a large-ish wok, put a

mega-blast-burner underneath it on cinder blocks ... and used it to

cook taco meat.



You know, woks are like coal bbq grids... once you get them hot they are awesome for preparing huge quantities of food. Put some in it, let it cook, then take out and put the next batch in.

Wok is particullarly suited for veggies and mushrooms. If you put a cap on it it reheats and gets very hot.

[#] Sun Oct 13 2019 15:52:02 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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There are some things that are *best* done in a wok, such as vegetables and other items in your classic "stir-fried random" (which I'm still trying to work on). But I'm finding the wok useful for a lot of other things too. For example, on friday I made taco meat in it.

Now I'm looking for some help. I am enjoying the stir-fried-random routine, but my fried rice always comes out too starchy, resulting in a stir-fry that has a slightly creamy texture instead of the loose texture you get from a carry-out place. How do I get my rice to *not* do that? I seem to have the same problem with rice noodles, too.

[#] Sun Oct 13 2019 18:33:31 EDT from darknetuser @ Uncensored

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Now I'm looking for some help. I am enjoying the stir-fried-random

routine, but my fried rice always comes out too starchy, resulting in a

stir-fry that has a slightly creamy texture instead of the loose
texture you get from a carry-out place. How do I get my rice to *not*

do that? I seem to have the same problem with rice noodles, too.



I have a solution for you. If the rice is too creamy, you call it Risotto. Good creamy risotto is not that easy to get right :)

Jokes aside, friend rice and I don't get well along, I have some tendency to burn it a bit. My father also does but he likes it burnt :(

[#] Sun Oct 13 2019 21:17:23 EDT from wizard of aahz @ Uncensored

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IG - Tell us how you're making the fried rice? Waht's the process?

[#] Tue Oct 15 2019 14:54:47 EDT from pandora @ Uncensored

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Are you using leftover rice or making it fresh?

[#] Thu Oct 17 2019 08:19:28 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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I am making it fresh. And, as embarrasing as it is to say, I'm using instant rice. I make it according to the package directions, then when it's finished I throw it into the wok with the oil and other ingredients.

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