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Fervet olla, vivit amicitia.

"While the pot boils, friendship endures."

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Easy Home Made Barley (or lentil) Soup

Started by Sentient Biped. Last reply by Pat yesterday. 8 Replies

Beer, Beer, Glorious Beer!

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Vacuum storing food

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Sous-vide

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Vegetable stir fry

Started by Joan Denoo. Last reply by Randall Smith Aug 27. 2 Replies

2 Ingredient Ice Cream

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Steak Sammich! How do you make yours?

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Comment by Pat yesterday

Could be Charles Manson. Then again Jesus, during the missing years between puberty and his coming out party, could have looked a lot like Manson. One never knows.

Comment by sk8eycat yesterday

Isn't pareidolia fascinating?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pareidolia

Comment by Nick Bottom yesterday

I dunno . . . to me it looks like a couple of anteaters kissing each other under a bunch of mistletoe.

Comment by Bertold Brautigan yesterday

I was doing the raw food diet a couple of years back for a while and got a dehydrator. Mainly use it now to do sweet potatoes for doggie treats.

Comment by sk8eycat on Sunday

LMAO....My first thought was, "Frank Zappa," but several commenters said "Charles Manson."  Could be either, I guess, since NObody has ever actually seen their imaginary friend.

Comment by Idaho Spud on Sunday

Yes Carl.  A pretty mean looking jebus.

Comment by The Flying Atheist on Sunday

Face of Jesus found on pierogi

To be honest, I think it looks more like Charles Manson. 

Comment by Pat on Sunday

I once built my own dehydrator. Thing was the size of a standard kitchen refrigerator. You could get a bushel of sliced bell peppers in it. It was great, and it was one of the things she got in the divorce.

A few years later, I asked her if I could get the measurements on it, as I was thinking of building another one. I bit the inside of my mouth, and was one of the few times I kept my big, Irish mouth shut. She had left in in a shed that leaked, and the part that wasn't rotted, was covered in wasps nests, and dried snake skins. 

I thanked her, left, and I'm surprised the people on the continental divide couldn't hear me screaming from Illinois.

Comment by Randall Smith on Sunday
Daniel, I see you have a new avatar--bow tie and all! Nice look.
I haven't pulled out the dehydrator yet, although I need to do tomatoes. My favorite dried fruit is pear. They stay sweet, almost like candy. Hadn't thought of chives. Might try peppers which I usually do in the oven. Whatever, it saves on freezer space.
Comment by Sentient Biped on Sunday

We had too many garden-grown of a number of foods, so got out the old food dehydrator.  Ning liked the idea and result so much he bought a new one.

 

The past couple of weeks, we dehydrated several batches of chili peppers, several batches of tomatoes, grapes for raisins, and now some batches of figs.  It would be worth it for the tomatoes alone.  I love the rich sweet tomato flavor of sun dried tomatoes, and this is the same but without the variables and loss of flavor and vitamins from UV light.

 

If there's a chance we can dehydrate some rosemary, save, chives, and oregano too.

 

I forgot how much I like some fruits and vegetables.  They are really good.

 

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