New DFL is here!

tonmo

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nanoteuthis

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And has everyone noticed how Tako's "scary" Jack O' Lantern bears a striking resemblance to a certain well-known Poriferan, eyelashes and all?

Tani
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Tintenfisch

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I haven't been able to get to it yet!!! My machine, since its brush with death, has staunchly refused to access anything as media-heavy as Tako. :evil: But tomorrow I'm crashing with a friend and have definite designs on her PC for a little DFL fix...
Did someone say 'ulterior motive'? :cthulhu:
 

nanoteuthis

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Hey, who knows? She might get hooked after Episode 6 and want to see the other 5 too. That stuff is so addictive, I'm waiting for them to come up with DEEP FRIED LIVE, THE MOVIE: BIGGER, LONGER, CUT AND REGENERATED.

:D
 

rrtanton

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Hi everyone!

Nice DFL episode. Decided to give this recipe a shot for our Thanksgiving get-together. Now, I've never made any custard-based dish before, but I have to say, this was both easy and delicious. If you're a pumpkin-pie fan, you MUST give this a shot. It shouldn't take more than an hour to make, and that's including the oven time--it takes just 10-15 minutes prep time, max. Well...that's excluding the 3 hours I spent trying to find cheap ramekins (little ceramic custard dishes...Wal-Mart saved the day.) And excluding the 1 hour I spent coaxing an adorable but terrified little kitty-cat from underneath a car in the parking lot...poor little girl rode to the parking lot underneath the car on top of the underslung spare tire!!! :shock: Of course, the car owner didn't own the cat, so now I have to find 'er a home... :oops:

Anyway, if you can find ramekins and avoid cats in need of rescue, it's an excellent recipe...the chef in the family was quite impressed!

rusty
 

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