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American History: Food Fight
by ☆Pulse☆ (impure_impulse)
at December 9th, 2008 (04:43 pm)

An abridged history of American-centric warfare, from WWII to present day, told through the foods of the countries in conflict.

Breakdown of foods and conflicts Collapse )

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Thank you, Sean.
by ☆Pulse☆ (impure_impulse)
at December 9th, 2008 (03:23 pm)

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Japanese Packaged Food Review
at November 30th, 2008 (09:15 pm)

I laughed.

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In unrelated news...
by Line (darkenedwings)
at November 26th, 2008 (08:16 pm)

Ghiradelli Peppermint Bark chocolate is delicious.

at November 17th, 2008 (04:23 pm)

I know how much you all love Cooking Mama. So here's something I was linked to.


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by ☆Pulse☆ (impure_impulse)
at November 12th, 2008 (06:19 pm)

Someone has wayyyy too much time on their hands.

This is dumb, and not as awesome as the last one, but I thought I'd share.

at November 12th, 2008 (11:25 am)

"We've pulled some Groove Tube classics out of the vaults. This one satirizes the 1950 Kraft ads -- you know the ones that instruct housewife how to incorporate Miracle Whip into breakfast, lunch and dinner."

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Suggestive Foods:
by ☆Pulse☆ (impure_impulse)
at November 11th, 2008 (07:25 pm)

Penis? Collapse )

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I Made Tonkatsu Today:
by ☆Pulse☆ (impure_impulse)
at November 11th, 2008 (07:13 pm)

From memory with no review. This is a true recipe for disaster, but luckily, even I was unable to screw it up.

I made the egg/ onion mixture a little too dry, but the pork came out well.

Without setting anything on fire this time!

Last time I tried this, I overheated a pan of oil, and nearly took my face off/ burned the house down. Fun stuff. Only not really. I had never deep fried anything before. [Now we have a small deep-fat fryer, and I much prefer this method. It's more idiot proof.]

Last time before that I managed anything that dumb was when I was 8, and set my hair on fire with my chemistry set.

Anyone else have any amazing pyrotechnic tales from the kitchen?

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