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How do you drink your milk?

Me, if I'm ever again stuck trying to down a RPBE with grass-fed milk. Oh yeah, I done the R&D on this. I so commited that even my wife knows how to treat me in the event of a full blown RPBE & Milk enduced coma. (usually involves a blanket and turning off the lights but occasionally she coaxes me into my own bed with threats or false promises)

Apr 16, 2012
TunaBones in General Topics

How do you drink your milk?

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Apr 13, 2012
TunaBones in General Topics

How do you drink your milk?

At this point... .. 1% organic but not grass-fed (not rich enough and a little bitter). Start with a large frozen glass. Must be "glass" and it better be large. Fill glass to 1/4 inch of the rim with cold milk. Set in freezer to chill for 10 mins. After about 8 minutes, prepare milks partner in crime. Take 1 or 2 "Rees's Peanut Butter Eggs" out of the fridge and place them on a small chilled plate and try not to eat before you take the milk out of the freezer and seated in an area appropriate for post-colloidal reclining Please note: Rees's Peanut Butter Eggs are available around Easter and Highly Addictive. They have a much greater peanut butter to chocolate ratio.

Ingredients:
1 20oz. Pilsner type glass, chilled
1 small salad plate, chilled
19 oz. 1% organic milk, chilled
1 or 2 Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs, chilled
1 John Hutton "Full Sail" Sofa in white

Apr 13, 2012
TunaBones in General Topics

Asian Peanut Noodles

Don’t use soba or udon. Best use Chinese egg noodles, ideally fresh or fresh frozen from the Asian market. I have tried it with both soba and udon, you get better results even using regular pasta. Aside from that I recommend losing the bell pepper, julienne the carrots small and quick pickling them in rice wine vinegar(same for the cucumbers), micro grate the ginger and back it down to 1tbp, use only 1 tsp nam pla (fish sauce)and then you can use 1 or 2 tbp less sesame oil since it is no longer in a death battle with the nam pla, 2 tsp sambal oelek, use half sesame paste and half Jiff creamy p-butter (very important), use only as much sugar as you need to balance the soy, the vinegar and the heat, not more than 1 tbp, Oh and only do 2 tbp of soy especially if you are going to let the dish sit for any length of time. I like to top with homemade dragon oil (chili oil) but the Jalaps seem like fun too so you might try both (at the same time) if you were me. 18 sprigs :)

Apr 13, 2012
TunaBones in Recipes