Saturday, February 21, 2009

Food be the stuff of life

There was some disgust about the recipies in FPS foodies. FPS food is a very specialist type of food, only needed when obsessed with playing computer game. I do not eat like that all the time. I know I would die.

This weekend I am in Sydney working for LAJ & Pauly on the mainlymedieval website. I work, Pauly works on MM & painting stuff, and LAJ works on biochem stuff, MM stuff and cooks.

Friday dinner was Kangaroo mince, spinach and ricotta Lasagne. And Saturday breakfast reheats as well. Lunch was smoked salmon and salad wraps. Dinner was Cajun pot pie followed by apple pie. Breakfast was fruit and mushrooms on toast. Lunch/Dinner is about to be a full lamb roast, and a cheese platter afterwards.

FPS Foodies is only for when gaming. I'm not completely silly :)

4 comments:

Flinthart said...

Hey, Bartacus: there's a photo in your slideshow - somebody in their tighty whities, exhibiting one of the most epic bruises in history. Story, please!

snowangel said...

kangaroo mince!!

YsambartCourtin said...

That is the good Doctor, Dr Nick. He went around a bend on the motorbike, and a kangaroo was in the middle of the road. He got around it, but while trying to correct, hit some gravelly stuff, and the bike bucked him. He was thrown off, and that bruise is from where the bike came around and hit him. It went up like that a day later, when the silly bugger finally went to hospital. They essentially said 'wow' and told him to come back if he had any symptoms. At it's worst, it came up about two inches off his body, and pulsed warmly. Eww! Then it just went down, and a fortnight later it was disappeared. Gina, who is our bitch goddess torturer remedial therapist does cupping, and a year later every once in a while it pulls an epic pile of goo and makes the same boiled blood colour.

Kangaroo mince: I believe Australians are the only country to eat the animals on their coat of arms. Yum Yum! Kangaroo nacho's are awesome... The main problem with farming kangaroo's of course is... the fences. Really.

YsambartCourtin said...

It had disappeared, not 'it was disappeared'. I hate changing tense mid sentence...