A few weeks ago I realized that I own too many things. Since then, I’ve been throwing out everything I come into contact with in my house. Today I went a bit crazy on the kitchen, and completely emptied it out. I found some interesting things, such as hundreds of sticky pens and push-pins. By far the best thing I found was a random collection of Oh Henry bars. I don’t eat them anymore, so I asked Dan why there were four scattered in dark places around the kitchen. Apparently, he buys them in pairs and only eats one, then hopes to forget about the second one so that one day, BOOM, he finds an Oh Henry bar! Yay!
So I’m in the last five minutes of this weird old Wes Craven movie (read: racist), voodoo magic is all over the place, will the hero die? Will his soul be used for evil? I don’t know. Because at this very moment, Fry walks up to me, looks me in the eye, and pees. For a good ten seconds, while I’m yelling “NOOOOOO!”
Fry after a baff.
Here is my recipe, oh three followers.
1/3 cup dried navy beans
1/3 cup dried black beans
1/3 cup dried split red lentils
1 package of fake ground beef
1 can of diced tomatos
3 tbsp olive oil
3 tbsp flour
Cayenne Pepper to taste
Frank’s Red hot sauce to taste
A sprinkle of chili pepper pieces
OPTIONAL: A green pepper, an onion, etc. I was lazy and low on groceries.
To make: Put the navy and black beans in a pot with 2 cups of water and boil for an hour, or soak them overnight. As you wish. Put oil in a large pot on medium heat (4 on our oven, Alex), and add flour to make base. If you wants an onion, add it chopped now for the cooking. WHEN THE FLEUR AND STUFF IS HOT, add the can of diced tomatos, and any other veggies you want. Mix well, and add the fake beef, crumbled up. Hopefully now you has soaked beans, so add them to the chili with about half the liquid from soaking. Then add the lentils. Bring errtang to a boil, then let simmer with a lid on it until the lentils are cooked. If it’s too liquidy, take off the lid and boil off some of the water, stirring frequently to avoid burning. Yay chili! Serve in a bowl, or on a veggiedog!
Note: You can leave out the fake beef if you like. Or use real beef. Whatever. Just make sure the beef cooks all the way through.
Okay, so I played the Diablo III beta for the first time today, and I feel it is my duty to the internets to describe it, even if my only follower is Emily. Hi Emily! First of all, it was amazingly creepy. I got a little bit scared. I’m playing as a female witch doctor, and she’s almost as creepy as the world around her (don’t worry, I’ll get scarier gear in time). I only played to the first cut scene, but I’m impressed. I’m not going to talk about the graphics or anything, because I know nothing of computers. In layman’s terms, it was really pretty and the buttons worked real well. I’m already engrossed in the story, and in love with my three loyal zombie dogs. Buy this game! (Emily).