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John Napier 698 wrote:
*wipes bleary eyes* 'Morning everyone.

Sorry I didn't greet you probably, I guess your posts didn't register because of my heightened emotional state.

A late good morning to you.

Now if I may excuse myself, I have go cook myself a meal (looks like curry-pot leftovers and rice tonight) to cool a bit off, see you later.


DungeonmasterCal wrote:
I saw Alice Cooper in concert last night (brought to you by Today's Non Sequitor).

Alice Cooper is good for a concert.


John Napier 698 wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
I saw Alice Cooper in concert last night (brought to you by Today's Non Sequitor).
Alice Cooper is good for a concert.

I also enjoy non-sequit - Muffins, I like muffins


It was my 4th time to see him. A great show, as always. Magic, great songs, and genuine appreciation from the band toward the audience.


Kjeldorn wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
*wipes bleary eyes* 'Morning everyone.

Sorry I didn't greet you probably, I guess your posts didn't register because of my heightened emotional state.

A late good morning to you.

Now if I may excuse myself, I have go cook myself a meal (looks like curry-pot leftovers and rice tonight) to cool a bit off, see you later.

That's okay. I put it down to the different time zones.


John Napier 698 wrote:
Crag_Irons wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Crag_Irons wrote:
We do not use dough of any kind very often. My wife found a recipe a while back for pizza crust that uses mozzarella cheese, egg, butter, and garlic that is pretty good. No wheat so no gluten. It taste like a heavy cheese bread.
I'm may not be right, but I am fairly certain that any combination of those ingredients is going to taste fantastic...
It is called Fathead Pizza Crust. I forgot about the almond (or coconut) flour. The recipe is all over the net if you want to look for it. It is good and more filling that regular pizza crust.
I wonder if you can use this crust for Stromboli or Calzones.

You can if you are good at using spatulas to fold it while it is hot. It is challenging. I put pizza toppings on one half and folded the crust in half and pressed it together once. You have to work with it while it is warm/hot. The amount of egg in it will change how flexible it is.


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Thank you, everybody for your kind words.
I just have to say that even after everything I don't regret anything. I was with my grandparents on their last years and that compensates all the pain.
Even if I had to quit every form of expressing myself because of social pressure and lack of time (I stopped writing, roleplaying, drawing and even dressing the way I liked) now I'm retaking it and I still think everything was worth it. It's never too late to start again and my grandparents were the best people ever and deserved everything.

I also learned and matured a lot after that.

But let's quit talking about this.

I came here to say... food related stuff xD

Today I took some of my homemade croquettes and nuggets out of the freezer because I didn't have time to cook and made some fries. Spending some time in making homemade croquettes is really worth it, because it gives such a good reserve food xD

I loved Fathead Pizza Crust recipe. I have to try it.

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I totally get that folks have gluten allergies, but gluten free makes my soul cry.


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Fathead pizza crust looks interesting. It's similar to what I already use, but definitely seems like it would be a little more challenging to work with since it wouldn't have the stretchiness. Currently I make my pizza crust from a Brazilian cheese rolls recipe. Works beautifully, and the tapioca makes the whole thing pretty stretchy and easy to work with. Pretty sure it would work well for calzones, but I haven't tried it yet. Now I have a new dinner idea! :)

Pan, well....*shrug* you just adjust if you have to. I do miss doughnuts. They are proving challenging to replicate. But I've been getting good at making gluten free versions of things I miss, so I just keep working on it until I get it close enough to right. :)
What makes my soul cry are the folks who eat tasteless crumbly crap that's gluten free and then tell me with a straight face that it's good. And I'm like, what? What happened to your taste buds? That...that is not okay! :P


Tonight is chicken tenders and fries for dinner. I've been making the coating for the chicken out of almond flour and corn starch (plus various spices), but last time I realized too late that I was out of almond flour, and ended up using oat flour in its place, which produce a much crispier nugget. Happy accident! :)


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Well played Pizza Hut! You learned my two weaknesses.

1) 50% off everything.

2) not having to make supper on a Thursday night.


lynora wrote:

Fathead pizza crust looks interesting. It's similar to what I already use, but definitely seems like it would be a little more challenging to work with since it wouldn't have the stretchiness. Currently I make my pizza crust from a Brazilian cheese rolls recipe. Works beautifully, and the tapioca makes the whole thing pretty stretchy and easy to work with. Pretty sure it would work well for calzones, but I haven't tried it yet. Now I have a new dinner idea! :)

Pan, well....*shrug* you just adjust if you have to. I do miss doughnuts. They are proving challenging to replicate. But I've been getting good at making gluten free versions of things I miss, so I just keep working on it until I get it close enough to right. :)
What makes my soul cry are the folks who eat tasteless crumbly crap that's gluten free and then tell me with a straight face that it's good. And I'm like, what? What happened to your taste buds? That...that is not okay! :P

That's why I'm here. You can use those sausage meatballs for both the Stromboli and the Calzoni.


Crag_Irons wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Crag_Irons wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Crag_Irons wrote:
We do not use dough of any kind very often. My wife found a recipe a while back for pizza crust that uses mozzarella cheese, egg, butter, and garlic that is pretty good. No wheat so no gluten. It taste like a heavy cheese bread.
I'm may not be right, but I am fairly certain that any combination of those ingredients is going to taste fantastic...
It is called Fathead Pizza Crust. I forgot about the almond (or coconut) flour. The recipe is all over the net if you want to look for it. It is good and more filling that regular pizza crust.
I wonder if you can use this crust for Stromboli or Calzones.
You can if you are good at using spatulas to fold it while it is hot. It is challenging. I put pizza toppings on one half and folded the crust in half and pressed it together once. You have to work with it while it is warm/hot. The amount of egg in it will change how flexible it is.

Interesting, got to try of that crust recipe, although I very rarely make pizza just for myself, but for a eat-a-location games night it would probably be perfect.


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Well, I'm turning in for the night, so have a good night/day John, captain, lynora, Kileanna, Pan, Cal, Hamster and whoever is stil lurking around in the thread, a this time.


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Good night Kileanna, Kjeldorn, Limey, and Sissyl. :)


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But it's only 6 p.m.

Lightweights!


Salad for dinner/breakfast/whatever you call a 3am meal.

I treated myself with some tuna to add to it.

There was a bit of antipasto left, so I have that as a side.


try figuring out what meal your having when it is 7 AM and your eating your last meal of the day before you go to sleep. I never know if i'm having breakfast or dinner.


I do that, but it's usually 8am. Although lately I've been skipping it and just going to bed.


Sometimes I do that depends on how big my lunch is.


It seems to work better for me to do most of my eating in the overnight and then refrain for the rest of the day. As I am sleeping or bus driving during daylight it doesn't bother me that much.


Yeah I think I read somewhere that you burn more calories at the night times hours but I'm not sure how credible that is.


Almost 2:30. Good night, everyone.


Good morning/night/whatever!


What she said^


Today I wanted to bake some broccoli with white sauce but Dalindea said no white sauce, so I'm just steaming it and then adding some garlic, parsley and ham.


Roasted broccoli with garlic and lemon is delicious

relevant recipe


Vidmaster7 wrote:
Yeah I think I read somewhere that you burn more calories at the night times hours but I'm not sure how credible that is.

It's when I'm most active at this point in my life. When I was eating a meal at 830-9am I was going straight to bed afterwards. That's not a good recipe for sleep or weight loss


That's more or less the recipe I'm doing today.

I am doing another cheesecake too, as the one that I did the last week was well liked.


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Your metabolism shuts down pretty far during the night, both due to hormones and anabolic phase during sleep. The effect of this is that if you eat too late, you gain weight. As I understand it.


Alas, I am awake during the nighttime hours. Although it isn't optimal to eat at 3am, eating at 9 am then sleeping, even if it is a 'normal' time to eat is worse.

Hopefully this will be a moot point soon. I hope to be in a M-F 9-5 job by the end of the summer


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I find the key to working overnights is to flip the am/pm. You get up at 7 pm by most people's standards? It's 7 am for you. Eat breakfast foods. You eat lunch at 1 in the morning. Eat dinner at say 7 in the morning, your evening. Also helps with sleep. What you eat matters: that first meal of the day is still breakfast food, last is still supper type stuff. It can be annoying, but it works.


I usually end up eating dinner for my first meal of the day and breakfast for my last. I haven't really noticed any negative effect. I do know to avoid sugary foods when it gets close to sleepytime.


I didn't think it mattered, but I did some reading and gave it a try. I don't think it works for everyone. But it really helps when you have to switch from a diurnal schedule to a nocturnal one. Me, my normal rhythms are in-between. I do find that if I eat breakfast as my last meal it tends to make me stay up longer, in turn either shorting me on sleep or shifting me so I wake up later that night. I've also always been bad at eating breakfast anyway, so that works out nicely.


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Hello everyone.

So how is everyone doing? Good I hope...?

Well not me, I've been feeling like crap the entire day. Headache, dizziness, coughing, fever, and feeling pressure build up behind my eyes and forehead, so I think, I might have a Sinus infection. So for the rest of the day its spicy food, varm drink and maybe a glass of rum or two to see, if I can nip this thing in the bud.


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Get well quickly! I battled my own sinus infection a couple of months ago, no fun!


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Welcome to the Land of spring flu. I've been living here since last week. I'm feeling better now at least.

I'd offer you a warm infusion but it would have cooled when it got to you ;-D


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Hey, Cap, nice new avatar!


*yawns* 'Morning, all.


Good morning! This morning looks a lot like afternoon here!


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Kileanna wrote:
Hey, Cap, nice new avatar!

Don't get too attached.

It probably won't last long.


It never seems to.


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Roasted broccoli with garlic and lemon is delicious

relevant recipe

Oooh. Paired with grilled chicken breast and rice.


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Off to get character sheets printed.

And buttermilk for the buttermilk chess pies I'll be making later. :-)


Chess pies...
*Googles*
I know what I'll bake when the cheesecake is gone!


I'll have to try making it.


Well, his avatar already changed again...


I must have been playing Vampire wrong all this time. Betrayal was unusual in my games, even the Sabbat ones. We had a couple players that were prone to it, but they were problem players in any system.

Years ago I got into making casseroles, as part of my entry into cooking. I left that behind as I moved into other things, but I'm thinking of going back. Anyone have any fun casserole stories?


Well, we usually played Vampire with no betrayal among players, but we had a couple of games that were based on that.

And we usually played Sabbat because they were less prone to betrayal, actually, as the Vinculum kept them together.

We had a few players who liked working against other PCs and even randomly killing them and the Vinculum gave our GM an excuse to not allow it.

Now I have a fairly good gaming group but if I told the random actions that were performed to some of my characters by disruptive players you'd be amazed. Our GMs were then a lot more inexperienced and didn't handle the situations the same way they'd do now. It was the first RPG I played.


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I'M HUNGRY!!!

Today I'm eating at Dalindra's parents home and they have lunch later than we usually do. I'm about starting to chew my own fist xD

I've had breakfast at 7 AM and I'm so damned hungry right now.

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