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  1. I'm coming, super excited
  2. welcome man
  3. Welcome, I look forward to meeting you.
  4. I'M JOINING TONIGHT, so everyone else should too
  5. Thanks, Mentor
  6. Hey everyone, so I'm going to be posting two recipes for you to try. I tried them this morning and they were wonderful. These recipes I got from an anime called Food Wars. I recommend it. First is the GOTCHA pork roast, it's actually not a pork roast, rather just the name. Ingredients: 4 medium sized potatoes (mine were much too large for this recipe) 1 Yellow onion, diced 1 small pack of mushrooms or 2 King mushrooms (if you can find them, they are fairly expensive) 1 cup Red Wine 1/2 stick Butter 1/4 cup soy sauce 1/2 cup Sweet Sake 1 1/2 packs thick cut bacon twine rosemary sprigs Watercress (optional, it's more or less a garnish, though going out of season) Salt and pepper to taste Since I did these recipes together, I'll put the 2nd recipe down as well for the Apple Risotto 1 Honeycrisp apple 1 quart Honeycrisp apple cider Remaining bacon from other recipe 1 Cup Arborio Rice (I used white rice, but traditional Risotto uses Arborio) 1/2 cup sweet sake 1 Yellow onion, diced 1 stick butter 1/4 cup parmasean Salt and pepper to taste Fresh Parsley Alright, now that you have the ingredients, lets start: Peel and quarter potatoes, boil until they are fork tender. Dice onions and mushrooms and place in large mixing bowl. You can also do the onions for the risotto here. While the potatoes are cooking, start up your risotto by putting one of your diced onions into a deep sautee pan with your butter. Cook until translucent. Preheat oven to 450 degrees Once the onions are translucent, deglaze the pan with your sake, and let it simmer, cooking off the alcohol. Afterwards, 1/2 cup at a time, add your apple cider. Cook slowly, allow the rice to absorb the juice. Dice your Apple on the side, adding with your parmesan after you've finished mixing in the apple cider. Meanwhile, your potatoes should be finishing up, combine them with the onions and mushrooms and your salt and pepper, form a log with them and wrap with bacon and then tie the bacon on with your twine, placing the rosemary under the twine against the bacon. Place the faux pork roast in the oven until the bacon is crispy. Begin your sauce to pour over faux pork roast. Take your butter, soy sauce, red wine, and sake, and combine in sautee pan and reduce until it's syrup-y. Meanwhile, stir your risotto until all the liquid is absorbed/evaporated and the starch from the rice makes everything pasty. Chop your parsley and mix in with salt and pepper. Set on back of stove and cook remaining bacon in seperate pan. Finally, remove faux pork roast from the oven and pour the sauce over the top of it, remove the twine and rosemary and top with watercress (if you have it). Plate up your risotto, with bacon over the top of risotto. You can cut the bacon into the risotto, but I think it looks better this way. (my pork roast turned out meh because of how much potato was in it, don't judge). Someone also stole all my forks, so I had to eat this all with spoons. Anyways, enjoy, and I'd love to hear your feedback!
  7. So, if you're like me, you find the onslaught mode somewhat perplexing at first glance. I was chatting with a few different league friends, and someone sent me this. Apparently it's pretty simple to win. Who knew.
  8. That's pretty dark humor. I love it. Candy, you have way more luck than I have, I can't even get one to even swipe right.
  9. I missed it, damnit. I went shopping for foodstuffs tomorrow. I feel bad
  10. to get the board participation numbers up.
  11. I will try to be on, but no promises, I'm making krautburgers tonight.
  12. Welcome!
  13. Welcome Back!
  14. Congrats Danyo!
  15. We understand that you're going to be busy, I'm praying for you guys down there.