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Old 08-08-2006, 01:34 PM   #1
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so i was making a hefeweisen and got done with my grain bag when my roomate and i realized we were hungry.... you know where this is going don't you. anyhow i emptied half the bag into a pot of hot water (not too much, the grains have alreadfy steeped) added 3 packs of beef ramen seasoning, some fresh ground pepper, sea salt and some mrs dash. a quick little rejuvenator for those long boils. then we added some honey to the rest of the grains and stuck it in the freezer for a bit to get some texture. for desert of course.

anyone else get bored sometimes and come up with cheezy recipes?


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Old 08-08-2006, 01:56 PM   #2
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I've got Prachett's recipe for Dwarfish Drop Scones that I intend to make up with my next batch of stout. Since Drop Scones are normally used to repell invaders, the heavier the better!


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I hope you have two bathrooms.

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I hope you have two bathrooms.

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it was more than apparent a little while later that i would be very "regular" for the next day or so. the soup was still good.
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