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Old 01-24-2013, 02:12 PM   #11
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Wife just got it for me for christmas. If I was caught playing anything but I think it would cause sadness.

Plus... its fun.

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It's fun, but I got tired of the gameplay after a while. When you are leveling it's not so bad, but the grind gets to you after a while. And the dinks you meet in game when instancing with strangers. Ugh.

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Old 01-29-2013, 08:16 PM   #13
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I'll take instance strangers any day to the leet 'raiders' that suck the fun out of the game with their OPness and attitude. I can't make this soup though, my kitchen is trashed...bottling day was last Sunday.

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Old 01-29-2013, 08:30 PM   #14
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Mine is garlic bread, with an absolutely obscene amount of garlic on it. A whole head crushed, mixed with a half stick of softened butter and a half cup of good parm spread over a spilt loaf of good bread. Actually I do this when my wife is here though, to retaliate for her inconvenient biological functions.

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G's Beef and Bean Chili

2 pounds ground beef (venison, turkey, or chicken)
1 28oz can crushed or diced tomatoes
2 15oz cans pinto beans
2 15oz cans kidney beans
2 15oz cans black beans (rinse one of each can and add entire contents of other 3 cans)
2 large red, orange, or yellow peppers diced
One large yellow onion diced
1/2 bag frozen sweet corn
1/4 cup chili powder
2 tbs ground cumin
2 tsp ground cayenne pepper (this is for medium heat, adjust according to taste)
Salt and pepper to taste
2 cups of water (reserved for thinning out if things start to stick)


Brown meat in pot. (Drain if you're using really fatty beef)
Add rest of ingredients and simmer for a few hours.
Eat.

And don't forget the cheddar cheese for topping.

Edit: If you don't have spices and stuff forget it. It's not cheap. Otherwise you could eat for a week for about 15 bucks if you have all or most of the spices.

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I live alone (unless you count my dog) so everything is a "home alone"meal.

Though I do like to make my chili extra hot. Habanero peppers and ghost chiles are common ingredients.

I've actually been making a soup a little similar to yours lately, only no potatoes. Cabbage, celery, tomato, pepper, onion, and onion soup mix. It is supposed to be a "negative calorie" food. Kind of hard to eat it every day though. I prefer variety.

Funny story about this...my dog USED TO Hoover up anything that hit the floor when I was cooking before it could bounce. Until I dropped a bit of ghost pepper (this wasn't intentional). She didn't like that too much. Needless to say, she no longer indiscriminately eats anything that hits the floor in the kitchen any more. If she doesn't "know" it is "safe", she gives it a few precautionary licks before eating.

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I live alone (unless you count my dog) so everything is a "home alone"meal.

Though I do like to make my chili extra hot. Habanero peppers and ghost chiles are common ingredients.

I've actually been making a soup a little similar to yours lately, only no potatoes. Cabbage, celery, tomato, pepper, onion, and onion soup mix. It is supposed to be a "negative calorie" food. Kind of hard to eat it every day though. I prefer variety.

Funny story about this...my dog USED TO Hoover up anything that hit the floor when I was cooking before it could bounce. Until I dropped a bit of ghost pepper (this wasn't intentional). She didn't like that too much. Needless to say, she no longer indiscriminately eats anything that hits the floor in the kitchen any more. If she doesn't "know" it is "safe", she gives it a few precautionary licks before eating.
Something tells me you were forced to replace little Hoover's pooper scooper.
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