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Re: !

Postby Zero-Flame » Fri Mar 28, 2008 11:15 pm

Wrath wrote:
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Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
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A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


I want a pyramid watch!!!

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


Obviously. You know how you get a hall of mirrors effect when you look into the void? This is that.

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

Hey look...a Pharaoh!

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Yu-gi-oooooooh!


You had to do it.


holy crap thats a lot of quotes lol and warsprite lied! im still in kansas!
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Re: !

Postby sverek » Sat Mar 29, 2008 1:20 am

Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


I want a pyramid watch!!!

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


Obviously. You know how you get a hall of mirrors effect when you look into the void? This is that.

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

Hey look...a Pharaoh!

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Yu-gi-oooooooh!


You had to do it.


holy crap thats a lot of quotes lol and warsprite lied! im still in kansas!


Is there quote limit?
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Re: !

Postby Reality » Sat Mar 29, 2008 5:38 am

Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


I want a pyramid watch!!!

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


Obviously. You know how you get a hall of mirrors effect when you look into the void? This is that.

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

Hey look...a Pharaoh!

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Yu-gi-oooooooh!


You had to do it.


holy crap thats a lot of quotes lol and warsprite lied! im still in kansas!


Is there quote limit?

lets find out;)

btw: undermine looks sexy;)
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Re: !

Postby anton_es » Sat Mar 29, 2008 5:48 am

Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


I want a pyramid watch!!!

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


Obviously. You know how you get a hall of mirrors effect when you look into the void? This is that.

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

Hey look...a Pharaoh!

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Yu-gi-oooooooh!


You had to do it.


holy crap thats a lot of quotes lol and warsprite lied! im still in kansas!


Is there quote limit?


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Re: !

Postby obj » Sat Mar 29, 2008 6:07 am

anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


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Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.
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Re: !

Postby Lez » Sat Mar 29, 2008 9:11 am

obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.
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Re: !

Postby KindredPhantom » Sat Mar 29, 2008 5:13 pm

Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....
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Re: !

Postby aerozero » Sat Mar 29, 2008 6:02 pm

KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;
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Re: !

Postby sverek » Sat Mar 29, 2008 7:41 pm

aerozero wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
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Re: !

Postby ]STAPLE[ » Sun Mar 30, 2008 12:16 am

Sverek wrote:
aerozero wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
Image
from elfwood.com


All this scrolling broke my mouse wheel.
Image
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Re: !

Postby Beep Beep, I'm A Jeep!! » Sun Mar 30, 2008 2:39 am

]STAPLE[ wrote:
Sverek wrote:
aerozero wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
Image
from elfwood.com


All this scrolling broke my mouse wheel.


Um.... Beep Beep!!(?)
Beep Beep, I'm A Jeep!!
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Re: !

Postby Charkles [UK] » Sun Mar 30, 2008 8:06 am

Beep Beep, I'm A Jeep!! wrote:
]STAPLE[ wrote:
Sverek wrote:
aerozero wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
Image
from elfwood.com


All this scrolling broke my mouse wheel.


Um.... Beep Beep!!(?)


It doesn't even look like a pyramid any more. :(
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Re: !

Postby Giggles » Sun Mar 30, 2008 11:28 am

Charkles [UK] wrote:
Beep Beep, I'm A Jeep!! wrote:
]STAPLE[ wrote:
Sverek wrote:
aerozero wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
Image
from elfwood.com


All this scrolling broke my mouse wheel.


Um.... Beep Beep!!(?)


It doesn't even look like a pyramid any more. :(

YES IT DOES (not).
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Re: !

Postby BurninWater » Sun Mar 30, 2008 11:52 am

Giggles wrote:
Charkles [UK] wrote:
Beep Beep, I'm A Jeep!! wrote:
]STAPLE[ wrote:
Sverek wrote:
aerozero wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
Image
from elfwood.com


All this scrolling broke my mouse wheel.


Um.... Beep Beep!!(?)


It doesn't even look like a pyramid any more. :(

YES IT DOES (not).


\o/
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Re: !

Postby twincannon » Sun Mar 30, 2008 4:04 pm

BurninWater wrote:
Giggles wrote:
Charkles [UK] wrote:
Beep Beep, I'm A Jeep!! wrote:
]STAPLE[ wrote:
Sverek wrote:
aerozero wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


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hungarian


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Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
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from elfwood.com


All this scrolling broke my mouse wheel.


Um.... Beep Beep!!(?)


It doesn't even look like a pyramid any more. :(

YES IT DOES (not).


\o/


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Re: !

Postby Zero-Flame » Sun Mar 30, 2008 5:02 pm

twincannon wrote:
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Beep Beep, I'm A Jeep!! wrote:
]STAPLE[ wrote:
Sverek wrote:
aerozero wrote:
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Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
Image
from elfwood.com


All this scrolling broke my mouse wheel.


Um.... Beep Beep!!(?)


It doesn't even look like a pyramid any more. :(

YES IT DOES (not).


\o/


Image

ROFL twin i luv it!!!

(Is surprised there aren't any pedobear pix up yet...)
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Re: !

Postby Lurking Shadow » Mon Mar 31, 2008 6:01 am

Zero-Flame wrote:
twincannon wrote:
BurninWater wrote:
Giggles wrote:
Charkles [UK] wrote:
Beep Beep, I'm A Jeep!! wrote:
]STAPLE[ wrote:
Sverek wrote:
aerozero wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
Image
from elfwood.com


All this scrolling broke my mouse wheel.


Um.... Beep Beep!!(?)


It doesn't even look like a pyramid any more. :(

YES IT DOES (not).


\o/


Image

ROFL twin i luv it!!!

(Is surprised there aren't any pedobear pix up yet...)


you guys need to be shot
..spamming your spawn..
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Re: !

Postby . » Mon Mar 31, 2008 11:45 am

Lurking Shadow wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
twincannon wrote:
BurninWater wrote:
Giggles wrote:
Charkles [UK] wrote:
Beep Beep, I'm A Jeep!! wrote:
]STAPLE[ wrote:
Sverek wrote:
aerozero wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
Image
from elfwood.com


All this scrolling broke my mouse wheel.


Um.... Beep Beep!!(?)


It doesn't even look like a pyramid any more. :(

YES IT DOES (not).


\o/


Image

ROFL twin i luv it!!!

(Is surprised there aren't any pedobear pix up yet...)


you guys need to be shot


i count 28 we need moar
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Re: !

Postby Keiron » Mon Mar 31, 2008 12:36 pm

. wrote:
Lurking Shadow wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
twincannon wrote:
BurninWater wrote:
Giggles wrote:
Charkles [UK] wrote:
Beep Beep, I'm A Jeep!! wrote:
]STAPLE[ wrote:
Sverek wrote:
aerozero wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
Image
from elfwood.com


All this scrolling broke my mouse wheel.


Um.... Beep Beep!!(?)


It doesn't even look like a pyramid any more. :(

YES IT DOES (not).


\o/


Image

ROFL twin i luv it!!!

(Is surprised there aren't any pedobear pix up yet...)


you guys need to be shot


i count 28 we need moar

moar you sayz?
YES SIR!
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Re: !

Postby BurninWater » Mon Mar 31, 2008 1:13 pm

Keiron wrote:
. wrote:
Lurking Shadow wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
twincannon wrote:
BurninWater wrote:
Giggles wrote:
Charkles [UK] wrote:
Beep Beep, I'm A Jeep!! wrote:
]STAPLE[ wrote:
Sverek wrote:
aerozero wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
Image
from elfwood.com


All this scrolling broke my mouse wheel.


Um.... Beep Beep!!(?)


It doesn't even look like a pyramid any more. :(

YES IT DOES (not).


\o/


Image

ROFL twin i luv it!!!

(Is surprised there aren't any pedobear pix up yet...)


you guys need to be shot


i count 28 we need moar

moar you sayz?
YES SIR!


nooeeesss the cake is a lie!
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Re: !

Postby . » Mon Mar 31, 2008 1:55 pm

BurninWater wrote:
Keiron wrote:
. wrote:
Lurking Shadow wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
twincannon wrote:
BurninWater wrote:
Giggles wrote:
Charkles [UK] wrote:
Beep Beep, I'm A Jeep!! wrote:
]STAPLE[ wrote:
Sverek wrote:
aerozero wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
Image
from elfwood.com


All this scrolling broke my mouse wheel.


Um.... Beep Beep!!(?)


It doesn't even look like a pyramid any more. :(

YES IT DOES (not).


\o/


Image

ROFL twin i luv it!!!

(Is surprised there aren't any pedobear pix up yet...)


you guys need to be shot


i count 28 we need moar

moar you sayz?
YES SIR!


nooeeesss the cake is a lie!


i think the maximum is reached now :(
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Re: !

Postby BurninWater » Mon Mar 31, 2008 3:10 pm

. wrote:
BurninWater wrote:
Keiron wrote:
. wrote:
Lurking Shadow wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
twincannon wrote:
BurninWater wrote:
Giggles wrote:
Charkles [UK] wrote:
Beep Beep, I'm A Jeep!! wrote:
]STAPLE[ wrote:
Sverek wrote:
aerozero wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
Image
from elfwood.com


All this scrolling broke my mouse wheel.


Um.... Beep Beep!!(?)


It doesn't even look like a pyramid any more. :(

YES IT DOES (not).


\o/


Image

ROFL twin i luv it!!!

(Is surprised there aren't any pedobear pix up yet...)


you guys need to be shot


i count 28 we need moar

moar you sayz?
YES SIR!


nooeeesss the cake is a lie!


i think the maximum is reached now :(



NOOOOOO =(
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Re: !

Postby aerozero » Mon Mar 31, 2008 7:18 pm

BurninWater wrote:
. wrote:
BurninWater wrote:
Keiron wrote:
. wrote:
Lurking Shadow wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
twincannon wrote:
BurninWater wrote:
Giggles wrote:
Charkles [UK] wrote:
Beep Beep, I'm A Jeep!! wrote:
]STAPLE[ wrote:
Sverek wrote:
aerozero wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
Image
from elfwood.com


All this scrolling broke my mouse wheel.


Um.... Beep Beep!!(?)


It doesn't even look like a pyramid any more. :(

YES IT DOES (not).


\o/


Image

ROFL twin i luv it!!!

(Is surprised there aren't any pedobear pix up yet...)


you guys need to be shot


i count 28 we need moar

moar you sayz?
YES SIR!


nooeeesss the cake is a lie!


i think the maximum is reached now :(



NOOOOOO =(


Not yeeeet!
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Re: !

Postby twincannon » Mon Mar 31, 2008 8:17 pm

aerozero wrote:
BurninWater wrote:
. wrote:
BurninWater wrote:
Keiron wrote:
. wrote:
Lurking Shadow wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
twincannon wrote:
BurninWater wrote:
Giggles wrote:
Charkles [UK] wrote:
Beep Beep, I'm A Jeep!! wrote:
]STAPLE[ wrote:
Sverek wrote:
aerozero wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Lez wrote:
obj wrote:
anton_es wrote:
Sverek wrote:
Zero-Flame wrote:
Wrath wrote:
aerozero wrote:
shock wrote:
avv wrote:
Sgt_Hobo wrote:
Remonttimies wrote:
KindredPhantom wrote:
Warsprite wrote:
CommandoPoop wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Laguana wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:
thorbinator wrote:
Loki wrote:
DarkFalcon wrote:
memzero wrote:
A neutral shade of black. wrote:
Lez wrote:
urinal-cake wrote:Shepherd's Pie is an English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef. The English (and Australians and New Zealanders) call the beef dish a "cottage pie". Naming conventions aside, Shepherd's Pie is essentially a casserole, lined with cooked meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes, and baked.

Here is a basic recipe for a simple ground beef Shepherd's Pie. The original recipe comes from my friend Frances Hochschild and her mother (thanks Frannie!). We dressed it up a bit with some veggies and Worcestershire sauce.
1 1/2 lbs ground round beef
1 onion chopped
1-2 cups vegetables - chopped carrots, corn, peas
1 1/2 - 2 lbs potatoes (3 big ones)
8 tablespoons butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt, pepper, other seasonings of choice

1 Peel and quarter potatoes, boil in salted water until tender (about 20 minutes).

2 While the potatoes are cooking, melt 4 Tablespoons butter (1/2 a stick) in large frying pan.

3 Saut? onions in butter until tender over medium heat (10 mins). If you are adding vegetables, add them according to cooking time. Put any carrots in with the onions. Add corn or peas either at the end of the cooking of the onions, or after the meat has initially cooked.



4 Add ground beef and saut? until no longer pink. Add salt and pepper. Add worcesterchire sauce. Add half a cup of beef broth and cook, uncovered, over low heat for 10 minutes, adding more beef broth as necessary to keep moist.

5 Mash potatoes in bowl with remainder of butter, season to taste.



6 Place beef and onions in baking dish. Distribute mashed potatoes on top. Rough up with a fork so that there are peaks that will brown nicely. You can use the fork to make some designs in the potatoes as well.

7 Cook in 400 degree oven until bubbling and brown (about 30 minutes). Broil for last few minutes if necessary to brown.

Serves four.
Where the fuck is my pyramid?


You know what happens when people make pyramids on my watch, Lez.


Things I've said to my grandmother and later regretted saying

What are you even talking about? I don't get it


What's a pyramid?


I agree, I have yet to see one of these mystical pyramids you speak of.


Did Fuzzy cut a hole in the fabric of space and time by coming back and commenting?


I eat babies

C-C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER


Poor ansob attempted to Combo Break!

Are we in egypt?


We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

beans

That guy on top of our pyramid?


Pharaoh Lez?


Actually Pharaohs were buried under the pyramid. The top was solid stone. Unless it's a Mesoamerican pyramid where there's a sacrifical altar on top



ImageText message from our beloved Pharao:
"MA Gl IS NOT PLEASD MAK IT BIGR"


Something


You had to do it.


hungarian


Is there quote limit?


Image


Wait a minute, some of those quotes are made up! I call shenanigans.


There is actually a quote limit, just search "quote pyramid" and look for the topic :P the page just ends some where.

Some where over the rainbow....


I still haven't seen what Spider Tanks look like ;o;


Here, epicly driveable remote spider-tank...
Image
from elfwood.com


All this scrolling broke my mouse wheel.


Um.... Beep Beep!!(?)


It doesn't even look like a pyramid any more. :(

YES IT DOES (not).


\o/


Image

ROFL twin i luv it!!!

(Is surprised there aren't any pedobear pix up yet...)


you guys need to be shot


i count 28 we need moar

moar you sayz?
YES SIR!


nooeeesss the cake is a lie!


i think the maximum is reached now :(



NOOOOOO =(


Not yeeeet!


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