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Hehehe, this should be funny.  
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Berde Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 Mar 2015 at 03:57
Originally posted by Rill Rill wrote:

Sharproot is a "violent purgative."  Are you sure it's safe even in this small amount?

On another note, I'm glad to finally see another use for brascan seeds.  Hopefully the market will improve.

Cassia cinnamon, the most commonly found cinnamon in supermarkets, can also have that affect if you use too much. As well as over-thinning the blood and causing liver damage.
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Dracolich meat must be very exotic...

LOOK AT THOSE STATS! O.o

Edited by Emperor Nightning - 06 Mar 2015 at 09:13
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Mammoth Pie

Ingredients

1 mammoth, small.  Cut into 1" dice.  (You may need to engage a few dwarves to do this part for you)
1 tablespoon of oil to fry
3 onions, diced
1 can chopped tomatoes
squeeze of tomato puree
pinch of earthsalt salt (optional)
herbs to taste.  (I use furzion seedpod)

1 packet frozen shortcrust pasty.  Or make your own using flour from the flourmill, butter from your cows and some chilled water - preferably freshly collected from the streams of the Long White.

Method

In a large pan, fry off the mammoth until brown.  
Stir in the tomato, onion, herbs and salt.
Simmer until tender.  This might take some time - if anyone asks, tell them Soon (TM)
Once tender, pour into an ovenproof dish
Roll out the pastry and lay it on top - make pretty patterns if you can spare the time, I like to decorate mine with a Magic Bear Medal design.  Below is an Audrey-inspired option.  Otherwise whack it on and call it rustic.  
Bake in a medium kiln for approx 30 minutes.

Serve accompanied by

*a green salad (Iceheart lettuce, spidertree leaves [wash to rinse out the spiders first])
*roasted root vegetables (rockweed and sharproot, plus others as available)
*a glass of Chardonnay (made from your very own grapes, harvested from the vineyards of Gremont.) 
*and a good book.

Variations

Substitute the mammoth with beef or lamb







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The picture is missing, wasn't that a requirement?
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Can you imagine the taste of this Saurian entrails? .. I cannot wait for Glendawynn scrumptious meal!
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If you think Keppen is far away from The Middle Kingdom, try exodusing a city from Kal Tirikan to Fellandire.

As for food: http://www.mcdonalds.com/us/en/home.html

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Siegefood
as inspired by recent attack trial of the Dominion with  Malek

Time to prepare 10 minutes

Ingredients used:
- couscous for the castle
- lentils for moat
- kidney beans for attackers (if orcs maybe lima beans are more suitable)
- green beans for walls and draw bridge
- spices to your taste

Preparation:

- heat beans, and lentils in the microwave,
- boil water
- pour water over the couscous, add a bit of oil and some butter, and stir well.
- add spices as needed

arrange on plate:




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Orc Bark

 

·         Ground processed melted Ysanberries [chocolate chips]

·         Gluten Free Matza, cookie or cracker of choice

·         Toppings:  As many as you want to include dried baleberries [raisins], Chopped Pun Fruit [any dried fruit], Brascan Seeds [chopped Pecans], Ysanberries [pistachios], Dyallom Gall [sunflower seeds], Furzion Seedpod [nuts or seeds of choice], Suntree Haft [crushed or chopped candy of choice, peppermint sticks, hard lemon candies]

 

·         Melt Ysanberries in microwave or over hot water.

·         Dip smaller cookies/crackers and set close together on parchment paper on a cookie sheet or pour on Matza lined cookie sheet and spread out.

·         Sprinkle with toppings of choice immediately and press into melted Ysanberries.

·         Let set – can speed it up a bit with a root cellar or refrigerator.

·         When set, break into pieces.



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