Oh wow, somebody reacted to a year and two month old post of mine. D:
Might be a smart idea to check the dates next time.
Anyway for a Chinese dish I guess you could go for fried rice.
I usually cook some rice until the water is gone. Let it cool a bit, stir-fry some eggs, add some random vegetables finely chopped (leeks for example), also add finely chopped ham and add some garlic.
I stir fry that entire mix for a bit and then I throw in the rice and mix it all together. Sometimes I add a bit of soy-sause.
I based it on something Chinese I ate once.
- 1/3/2012 7:43:43 PM Posted in: General Discussion
1/3/2012 7:39:05 PM
Well they are outdated in comparison to current graphics.Posted in: Other Games
Not sure why people complain though, at least I can run it on my old computer.
12/28/2011 1:58:04 PM
Thank game looks really nice. Hopefully the team will be picked up by another company.Posted in: Other Games
12/28/2011 1:56:28 PM
That game looks really confusing. I do like some old games but that goes a bit too far back in time.Posted in: Other Games
12/25/2011 1:33:12 PM
Posted in: Other GamesQuote from bleakparta
And I thought that side-scrollers were already a thing of the past, dead and buried in the graveyard of 8- and 16-bit games...
I remember playing many side-scrollers back in the eighties, but it was a surprise to me that the genre is still alive. Live and learn.
There are a lot of side-scrollers. I would LP them if not for them already being LP'ed a lot.
I don't care too much for views but I make LP's to entertain people and when barely anyone is being entertained it's a waste of my time.
Anyway, there are plenty of Mario sidescrollers still being made and another one for the PC is LIMBO.
12/24/2011 3:25:18 PM
I just wish them happy holidays because I'm too lazy to wish people both a happy Christmas and a happy New Year.Posted in: General Discussion
12/23/2011 2:33:14 PM
Going to update all of the annotations. Trine 2 is already up to date and so is Amnesia: Justine. The other LP's will be fixed over the coming few weeks.Posted in: Other Games
12/23/2011 2:31:12 PM
This place really needs some attention.Posted in: General Discussion
Here is something nice I plan on feeding my guests this Christmas.
Airandius' Desert of Glory, or just Chocolate Mousse with something extra if you prefer that title.
4/10: You only need basic cooking skills.
Ingredients: (4 people)
- 6 large eggs
- 200 grams bar of pure chocolate
- 10ml of rat poison
- whipped cream (optional)
- ice cream (optional)
- alcohol of choice (optional)
What to do:
1) First you'll need to melt the chocolate (remember, the tastier the chocolate, the tastier the end result). You do this by heating a pan of water so that it starts to boil, then put another pan (or metal bowl) on top without touching the water. Put the chocolate in here and melt, stir often and keep a close eye on the chocolate.
2) While the chocolate is slowly melting separate the egg yolk from the egg white. Put each in a big bowl of their own. If you only have one big one, put the egg whites in the big one. The egg yolks can do with a smaller one.
3) Check the chocolate, it must've melt by now. If it is turn off the fire and remove the pan filled with chocolate from the heat. Put it somewhere where it can slowly cool down. (Do not cool down the pan in the fridge or with cold water.)
4) Now beat the egg whites with a whisk. The end result you are looking for is a stiff yet fluffy white cloud. I'd say a few minutes of beating should get you there. After you are done with that break the egg yolks in the other bowl with a fork and stir gently for a few seconds.
The chocolate should have cooled down by now. Check it by putting your finger in. It should not be too hot for the next step.
5) Add the molten chocolate to the egg yolks and stir the mixture until it has completely blended together and formed a glossy and smooth mixture.
Now add a little bit of the egg white (2 big spoonfuls) to the chocolate mixture and gently stir until it's one smooth mixture.
6) Add the chocolate mixture to your fluffy egg whites (optional: add a little bit of alcohol if you want, Brandy, Tia Maria and Rum make good options). Stir the chocolate together with the fluffy egg whites until you get a fluffy chocolate mixture (there must be no visible fluffy egg white).
This can take a while so be patient and keep stirring while keeping as much air as possible in the mixture.
7) Put it in individual desert cups or one big glass container (stuff where lasagna is usually kept in) and refrigerate for a few hours.
8) Now you can serve the Chocolate Mousse in the individual desert cups or if you want you can scoop out some of the mousse from the big container and put it on a plate.
(Optional: Serve it with some ice cream of your choice and whipped cream for extra awesomeness.)
12/23/2011 2:05:04 PM
So Steam.. I see you have started your December sale.Posted in: Off-Topic
*Looks at what little money I have left.*
Oh, you only live once! :D
12/22/2011 5:06:58 PM
Posted in: Off-TopicQuote from Verity
In the midst of the many sudden move and particularly splendid rendition of Macarena:
*pulls closer to the bar counter, creeps up and quickly snatches a quarter-full bottle of rum*
Rum is pretty nice, though we have a local alcoholic beverage called Beremburg which tastes awesome with some Coca Cola. :D
Oh wait, *give the good example*.
Never drink alcohol kids! It's bad for your depression.
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