ICSA 27: Battle Cumin Submission Thread
- ICSA is back to it's normal schedule after the King of the Iron Chefs contest last month. This month's battle is musky and dark and mysterious. Follow this thread for the submissions.
Pepper, Chile, Paprika, Pepperoni?
- German people have no idea how to tell various peppers (chiles) (capsicums) apart. Also, Americans like to season with various dried bits of grass identified by different printed labels.
The scourge of modern American cooking - Boullion cubes I'm looking at you
- Oh yeah, so, when Americans aren't using small bits of flavourless grass to season, they're using artificially flavoured salt cubes.
How did you learn how to cook?
- Some of us have moms and grandmas and even cooking dads. The rest of us have TV.
What was the best year for games? - The answer the judges were looking for was "1998."
Best Video Game Purchases You've Ever Made - I got Panzer Dragoon Saga for a scant $150 dollar investment...having to live in a cardboard box that month was so worth it!
Settings in games you wish they'd use - I think we can all agree that more games set on Mars would be most desirable.
Resident Evil Four and Seaman - This "Let's Play" thread creates an interesting juxtaposition in that Seaman is infinitely more frightening than Resident Evil 4.
Civ4 + Type 1 Diabetes 1: My brother 0 - When I first clicked on this thread I started about halfway through and I thought Thighs of Man/Slut Mech was dead for real and I nearly wept, .
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I'm haunted by a recurring vision of a skeleton flipping me off. To avoid seeing this terrifying image in bumper sticker form, I pay someone with a blank bumper to drive in front of me at all times.
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