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the smell clings to your clothes?
MAN I hate that.
in a chip shop
I love cooking.
But have to do it every day...
1. I'm not french
2. I'm not a man
living a lie on the internet?
Sadly only a little french with a wife, 2 kids and sometimes a niece to feed...
a frying pan.
as he's within a mile of a Dominos branch he's fine.
my own pizzas.
i don't think i've ever actually had a pizza from dominos. are they actually any good?
they lie really heavy, far too doughy
do you actually make your own pizzas or are you counting 'going across the road to sainsburys for a frozen one to put in the oven' as 'making' :P
i tend to buy pre-bought bases, but i put my own toppings on.
i want to learn to make my own bases, but i'm not sure i'm competant enough.
friday afternoon brain meltdown.
"i make my own pizzas" you actually mean "i put lots of toppings on some pre-made dough and put it in the oven"? :-P
you probably season it too.
and in your hair and around the house for a bit
try an apron...or febreeze yourself?
The builders already think I'm gay.
Febreze? Good idea. But got none.
Low heat = the way forward
My eggs didn't go bubbly or anything. Nice flat well cooked white.
It's just a fact of life we're gonna have to face when frying sausages.
healthier and nicer too (apparently!)
and then when your done frying n grilling hows abouts letting my band play one of yer nights? (ahem)
Your username prejudices me against you unfairly.
you thought that jammin was a thing a da past
It's more the term. Do people still use it in a non-ironic fashion? Sorry jammin. I do know you're still right there and can hear us.
I'm being a cunt oh noe!!
Its my street name yo
Peace be with you, brother.
*releases doves from cage*
But yeah I think we're good and so do many other people. Especially those who enjoy fryups.
of another pan over the top of the frying pan.
I enjoyed the logic of answer but I doubt it's ability to fully solve the problem.
to one that isn't on. The sausages continue to cook but the oil/fat/butter you're cooking them in stops being all spitty and you can turn them.
Take the lid off by lifting it on its side towards you just incase there are any rogue splutters.
It's quite easy to turn them after that.
I commend you on it. I only have sausages once in a blue moon when the nice ones are on sale or something. They are surely one of the fattiest foods on the supermarket shelf. That brown stuff that pours out the holes you've pricked... yeuch.
And the hood extractor fan was on THREE out of THREE.
And even better when a pan catches fire, like mulled wine or something.
seems no-one else does, though.
Well, "fish air" as we call it in Dalston.
Bacon and sausages last night to chop op and insert in super noodles.
I was really after a bit of the "yeah man that sucks" type stuff.
man that sucks!
It actually makes me angry.
I think I'd probably set fire to myself if I smelt of it.
And I like onions. Figure that one out, eh?
ALAN are you coming out tonight?
Can I tempt you with some Adaadat?
Am moving house tomorrow though, and I'm really not ready... eep.
Will see how the packing goes tonight. So MAYBEEEEEEEEEEEEE.
i did a lot of packing when drunk.
i had booked the day before i moved off work to finish up, but ran out of boxes at about 3pm. i couldn't find anymore, so i spent the rest of the day drinking and playing e-chords really loudly. it was the only time i ever had a neighbour complain about noise..
that way I bring everything and never worry about leaving things behind...
especially if shortly afterwards you plan to add balsamic vinegar and red wine to make onion gravy, which is the greatest smelling thing in the world. MMMMMM
everyone seems to love it apart from me. :(
Maybe it's relating back to a repressed memory of being raped by a chef with an over-fondness for onion.