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SuperJail Warden
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Charles Martel is spinning in his grave because of what is taking place in Europe.
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uziq
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https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 … byelection

a UK labour MP has been forced to stand down after receiving numerous death threats from neo-nazi groups.

to dilbert this sort of thing is a 'victory' because 'labour let the poles and pakis in'.

a totally normal man.
_j5689_
Dreads & Bergers
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I ate about 80% of a rotisserie chicken from Safeway, followed by the Fiber One bar that I forgot to bring to work this morning
unnamednewbie13
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Let us know if you're still alive.
_j5689_
Dreads & Bergers
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I seem to have made it.  I got a chicken hoagie tonight from Wawa with lettuce, mayo and Old Bay on whole wheat bread.
uziq
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https://www.theguardian.com/society/202 … rvive-them

alcohol is a dirty drug says an imperial researcher. how can this be ?!
uziq
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a local busan speciality, milmyeon. i've had many varieties of spicy cold noodles before, but the top dish was exceptionally fucking hot. especially at 11:30am.
unnamednewbie13
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There is a threshold of spiciness at which a meal, no matter how delicious, becomes an endurance test. Very much worth building resilience though. So many tasty dishes and peppers out there. I couldn't imagine limiting myself to microwave nuggets.
uziq
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i really like spicy food, of all varieties and flavour profiles, so long as it's not the sort of chemically enhanced, eat-it-for-a-dare shit like some of the more noxious hot sauces and meals. there's 'volcano' instant ramyeon here that just tastes only of fire and pain and two days on the toilet. no other flavour or texture or anything to savour in it. no thanks. but a hot curry or a well-put together dish can be as hot as it likes. from szechuan or mala tang-type dishes to indian vindaloos, i generally enjoy it all.

korean spice is a good one due to most dishes being based on the fermented peppers gochujang sauce. and there's always a selection of fresh banchan next to your place to balance out the heat. radish/daikon, korean pear, etc, are great at clearing the palette and refreshing the mouth after a hot bite.
unnamednewbie13
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Cybargs
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uziq wrote:

https://i.imgur.com/7VZxUQ3.jpg

a local busan speciality, milmyeon. i've had many varieties of spicy cold noodles before, but the top dish was exceptionally fucking hot. especially at 11:30am.
fucking love some milmyeon on a hot summers day and throw in some galbi
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uziq
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it was my first time with the milmyeon. i've tried a variety of cold noodles now, including pyongyang-style buckwheat cold noodles (unsurprisingly, vey plain and simple on the flavours and ingredients). spicy red naengmyeon is my go to, but i love regular naengmyeon if it's with a hot bbq or galbi dish. the combo of hot/cold is just fucking amazing. add to that frequent shots of soju and you've got a good 2.5 hours of very happy eating and drinking.
unnamednewbie13
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Welp, time to go visit a 99 Ranch or H MART or something for more ingredients.
uziq
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the meat in that last one is pheasant. have had it a few times in the UK but didn't realise how popular it is in the more southern, rural regions of korea.
_j5689_
Dreads & Bergers
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Some weirdo brought Shrimp Fried Rice to Christmas Eve dinner, and now I want it every Christmas Eve from now on, it was incredibly delicious.  My stepdad suspects that there was some Chinese Five Spice in it that made it as good as it was.
unnamednewbie13
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Welcome to the club, 'numbers. IMO, Chinese on things like Thanksgiving or Christmas really hits the spot.
Dilbert_X
The X stands for
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People who eat savoury before lunch are weird.
Русский военный корабль, иди на хуй!
KEN-JENNINGS
I am all that is MOD!
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I added five spice to my arsenal as an afterthought (needed cumin, store had a BOGO) and I use it so often I don't know why I didn't consider it before. A touch of it in homemade chili is a game changer.
RTHKI
mmmf mmmf mmmf
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All you need in chili is spaghetti
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unnamednewbie13
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Combining leftover spaghetti with chili is excellent. Some shredded cheese on top for effect.
DesertFox-
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After whipping up a batch, making chili mac each bowl is a fine method to both make chili last longer and also not just go bean overboard.
KEN-JENNINGS
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unnamednewbie13 wrote:

Combining leftover spaghetti with chili is excellent. Some shredded cheese on top for effect.
Dats a Cincinnati chili staple!

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