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Garden Parties

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Nosu3, Sep 6, 2010.

  1. Nosu3

    Nosu3 Well-Known Member

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    Looks terrible. That is way too heavily processed for the garden party thread.
    What is that sad brown potato slice next to your cake?
    First of all, it's not next to the cake, it's part of the cake but fell off. It is not a potato but a sliced pear for tang.
     
  2. Tokyo Slim

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    Looks terrible.
    I don't take critiques from people who make "cake" out of watermelons and avocados. That being said, my post was in fact, mocking yours. I didn't make ice cream ramen, of course. I did a search for "nasty food combinations". I'm glad you didn't get it so that I have to explain it to you now. It makes the entire process worthwhile. [​IMG]
     
  3. itsstillmatt

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    Looks terrible. That is way too heavily processed for the garden party thread. First of all, it's not next to the cake, it's part of the cake but fell off. It is not a potato but a sliced pear for tang.
    That is one nasty looking 'tang.
     
  4. ama

    ama Well-Known Member

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    I like how the ramen dude made the extra effort to slice the cone in half, that was a nice touch.
     
  5. acidboy

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    So the other night, I was having a dinner party, and was thinking, hey, I like Ramen, I like soft serve ice cream... why not combine the two?

    [​IMG]

    seriously though, nothing goes better with eggs, noodles, and broth - than vanilla ice cream! ( and cones)


    shoyu ramen is perfect with the crispy cone, miso not so much. a better version would have karaage with vanilla ice cream injected inside. only problem with that is it will be too heavily processed.
     
  6. Howell31

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    So the other night, I was having a dinner party, and was thinking, hey, I like Ramen, I like soft serve ice cream... why not combine the two?

    [​IMG]

    seriously though, nothing goes better with eggs, noodles, and broth - than vanilla ice cream! ( and cones)


    i think that these cones are made of rubber. maybe the whole soup too. japanese style.

    hopefully everyone already noticed this.
     
  7. Bhowie

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    i think that these cones are made of rubber. maybe the whole soup too. japanese style.

    hopefully everyone already noticed this.


    1. Freeze the ice cream cone
    2. Cut in half
    3. Chill soup in fridge
    3. Combine
    4. Take a picture w/o the ice cream melting
    5. Post on net webs
    6. ???????????????
    7. Create a long list
    8. Profit to the tune of $400 million
     
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  9. ama

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    Excellent necro. One of my favorite threaks.
     
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