I AM A TUNISIAN MAN HERE TO WARN YOU

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I know all of them except "Aunt Bessie" and they are great!
Oh you are missing out. Aunt Bessie is just a life saver! Roast potatoes in goose fat, roast parsnips, just like home made. Uncle Ben, well couldn’t be without him in my cupboard. Perfect rice every time.
 

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Anyone have a recipe on how to shut this boy up? I'm thinking:

2 Parts Vodka chilled
1 Xanax
With a twist of lemon ofourse! So refreshing!
 

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Did someone come forward and claimed they know me and they been afflicted by me in any sort of way? NO!!!
Do you have any solid proof on me ??? NO!!!!!
I will defend the Quran even thought I don't agree with a lot of its content. I am by no means a true Muslim I am a former atheist too (atheism is depressing) i can go to mosque and make a prayer and I can go to church and make Christian prayer or even smoke a frogs venom in the Amazon in a shamanic ritual circle... Its all the same it all leads to the same goal...its divination. All religions should deserve respect except for the Satanism which is utter pure evil. I know the Quran in its original version is lost to history and some verses were modified to suit men's needs at the time. This has been proven when english historians found a very old Quran book version embedded in the ceiling of an old Yemeni house. With X-ray they realised it dates back to a period that is earlier than the time that we commonly think the Quran started to spread. Its older and earlier than we think. It contained extra verses and some verses were different than the current book. Look how many versions there are of the bible!!!! But you cannot deny the impressive content of these books they are a great mystery and deserve a lot of respect its not the books fault that it was dealt a bad hand. It surely used to be a more perfect book before it was modified.
Even if I was born a Christian or Jewish Tunisian I will still defend the Quran because it is part of our diverse culture and identity. I do have a sense of belonging and I will defend that identity. Just like you would defend your murderous country because it is your country and where you are from.

YOU ARE SERIOUSLY DRIVING ME FUCKING MAD HOW DARE YOU FUCKING INSULT ME AND TRY MAKE FUN OF ME FIRST BUT WHEN I RESPOND BACK IN KIND THEN I AM TO BLAME FOR IT ALL AND CALLED DISGUSTING.

It is NEVER the woman's fault of course it is the mans fault..,its all the mans fault... :thumbsup: your tampon is pushed way too high up you and you crying about it..,its your MAN'S FAULT!!!!!
Many women also don't realise when they have turned a man too angry to the point where there is no return. Often when this happen the woman is in shock about the mans behaviour like she never expected it... Well that's because you cannot read his body language his breathing and looks and tone of voice!!!! Yesss it is all about the hormones and it's harder for men to control anger it gets to the point of fight or flight than nature Instincts takes care of the rest.

This doesn't mean a man should ever lay a hand on a woman he should be just as smart as the woman who knows when to stop the provocation the man should also know when to unplug and leave the conversation and go somewhere else before he loose control and say more hurtful things or break something or god forbid get physically violent with her.
Women don't realise that man are just as sensitive and fragile if not more even. Hardened from the outside but can be gooey from the inside. Instead of expressing their emotions they will hold it in because they been taught males can only react in manly ways which often make him feel repressed... So he suck in and suck It in and then what next???? Sure explode eventually and It ain't nice it is raw and uncontrollable he may even commit the worst things and live to regret it in extreme cases if the provocation is bad enough. Sure he still will deserve the worst punish proportionately to what he done.
Lucky not all men are as stupid as to let themselves loose control and civil ways. Some men have learnt how to detach their ego from insults thrown at them and respond with wit precisely and concisely.

I think a rats often explosive reactions are mostly due to his ego. Let's first understand how the ego works. It relates to ideas experiences and words said and told....it sucks in those notions and embedded them into it that becomes part of that ego....its always hungry to relate one thing or another to enrich its identity....some its food are baits though and can give it a constipation such bad food for ego is insults or a hard truths. The smarter man will know how not to relate with the words said and can come out of his ego for a moment to become detached from his own person and look at what's happening as if he was someone else then he can see that he does not represent the words that were said or the experience they just had. I think this thinking process is most needed when the insults are directed at the heart of the ego that is mans pride and sense of self worth. Ego at the end of the stays a healthy needed part of any woman's or mans life and well being and we cannot get rid of it because it us who we THINK we are in life and it determines the nature of day to day Interractiins between people.
Story short this mind game you playing ain't working.. Stirr him up to get to show everyone his bad side. It was fun for a while to throw back the Insults it was a good practising for me with English Insults but now it is getting somewhat boring and useless,
Did you say a true muslim??
I think your precious allah is happy and so proud of you.. Nahhhh...
Karma
 

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My favorite is Jasmine rice, but then I do a lot of Asian cooking :)
I’m a coconut girl.... just love it. Now here’s another recipe for coconut slices.

8 ozs flour
6 ozs sugar
3 ozs of dessicated coconut
3 fluid ozs of cocunut milk
3 eggs ( separate and whisk the egg whites)
5 ozs margarine
All whisked together.
Tray bake or loaf tin
Pour in mixture, it’s quite titillated.
Bake 35-45 minutes ( 45 if in a loaf tin)
When cooked.
Add a dash of cocunut milk to icing sugar
Make a few prongs in the top and pour over the icing
‘Tis lovely
 

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I’m a coconut girl.... just love it.
Me too, me too!!! I used to love Malibu when I drank alcohol. Now, I get my coconut fix from products: shower gel, shampoo, conditioner, hair serum, body creams, face creams, bubble bath, shower gel etc.....I am a walking, talking freakin coconut!
Best smell in the world....my favourite :love:

That recipe sounds lush! What temperature in the oven? I'm gonna put a pinny on my man....and bend him over a hot stove :D

* The fella wants to know, what kinda flour and sugar please? He's going to buy the ingredients....woopie!!!!
 

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Me too, me too!!! I used to love Malibu when I drank alcohol. Now, I get my coconut fix from products: shower gel, shampoo, conditioner, hair serum, body creams, face creams, bubble bath, shower gel etc.....I am a walking, talking freakin coconut!
Best smell in the world....my favourite :love:

That recipe sounds lush! What temperature in the oven? I'm gonna put a pinny on my man....and bend him over a hot stove :D

* The fella wants to know, what kinda flour and sugar please? He's going to buy the ingredients....woopie!!!!
Caster sugar and self raising flour. Just ordinary cocunut milk, not from a tin as it’s too thick .
 

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I’m a coconut girl.... just love it. Now here’s another recipe for coconut slices.

8 ozs flour
6 ozs sugar
3 ozs of dessicated coconut
3 fluid ozs of cocunut milk
3 eggs ( separate and whisk the egg whites)
5 ozs margarine
All whisked together.
Tray bake or loaf tin
Pour in mixture, it’s quite titillated.
Bake 35-45 minutes ( 45 if in a loaf tin)
When cooked.
Add a dash of cocunut milk to icing sugar
Make a few prongs in the top and pour over the icing
‘Tis lovely
Let there be cake!!! :D

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Since when this thread turned into a cuisine thread :confused: I been wondering when things will get back to interesting.
 

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I never knew that Uncle Bens was a British product! We have it here in the states as well!
Tadaaaaaaa.....my friend, Wikipedia knows all :love:


Uncle Ben's


Uncle Ben's is a brand name for parboiled rice and other related food products. The brand was introduced by Converted Rice Inc., which was later bought by Mars, Inc. It is based in Houston, Texas. Uncle Ben’s rice was first marketed in 1943 and was the top-selling rice in the United States from 1950 until the 1990s.[1] Today Uncle Ben's products are sold worldwide.

Uncle Ben's

Product type Rice
Owner Mars, Incorporated
Country United States
Introduced 1943
Markets Worldwide
Website unclebens.com

OriginsEdit

In the 1910s, the German-British scientist and chemist Erich Huzenlaub (1888–1964)[2] and the British scientist and chemist Francis Heron Rogers invented a form of parboiling designed to retain more of the nutrients in rice, now known as the Huzenlaub Process. The process entailed vacuum drying the whole grain, then steaming, and finally vacuum drying and husking.[3][4] Besides increasing rice's nutritional value, it also made it resistant to weevils and reduced cooking time.[3]

In 1932, Forrest Mars, Sr., moved to the United Kingdom with a remit to expand the Mars food company internationally.[5] While in the United Kingdom, Mars learned of Erich Huzenlaub's work with rice. Huzenlaub's London based company was Rice Conversion, Ltd.[6] The two eventually formed Mars and Huzenlaub[7] in Houston, Texas, which gave Forrest Mars partial ownership of the Huzenlaub Process rice conversion patent. In 1942, through Mars's guidance and sponsorship, Huzenlaub created, together with Houston food broker Gordon L. Harwell, the company Converted Rice, Inc., which sold its entire output to the U.S. and British Armed Forces. The advantage of this product was that it could be air-dropped to troops in the field without risk of weevil infestation, and it could be cooked more quickly than other rice products. Additionally, the converted rice product would retain more nutritional value.[8] In 1944, with additional financing from the Defense Plant Corporation and an investment by Forrest Mars, it built a second large plant.[9] In 1959, Forrest Mars purchased Erich Huzenlaub's interest in the company and merged it into his Food Manufacturers, Inc..[10]



MarketingEdit

Since 1946, Uncle Ben's products have carried the image of an elderly African-American man dressed in a bow tie, said to have been a Chicago maître d'hôtel named Frank Brown.[11][12] According to Mars, Uncle Ben was an African-American rice grower known for the quality of his rice. Gordon L. Harwell, an entrepreneur who had supplied rice to the armed forces in World War II, chose the name Uncle Ben's as a means to expand his marketing efforts to the general public.[13] "Uncle" was a common appellation used in the Southern United States to refer to older male Black slaves or servants.[12]

In March 2007, Uncle Ben's image was "promoted" to the "chairman of the board" by a new advertising campaign.[14]

In 2017, Mars Inc, announced plans to certify the sustainability of basmati rice sold under the Uncle Ben's brand. This move is carried to encourage the local farmers to opt for the best agricultural methods.[15]

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uncle_Ben's
 

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Ow yes, bacon burger with honey mustard sauce. These are real men :Geek:
Yeah :love: and for a treat

Salted Maple Bacon Truffles

Ingredients
1/2 cup butter, softened
3/4 cup brown sugar
2 cups flour
1 can (14 oz) sweetened condensed milk
1 tsp maple extract
1/2 cup finely chopped, cooked bacon

Topping
2 - 3 cups chocolate chips
1/3 cup very finely diced, cooked bacon
coarse sea salt

Directions
In a large mixing bowl, cream the butter and brown sugar until fluffy.
Add in the flour, condensed milk, maple extract, and bacon.
Stir until well combined.
Using a small cookie scoop (about 1 Tbsp), scoop dough onto a cookie sheet covered with plastic wrap or parchment paper. I like to roll the dough into balls so they are round but you can leave them with a flat bottom if you want to.
Freeze balls for about 20 - 30 minutes to firm up.
When dough is chilled; melt chocolate in a microwave safe dish - or on the stove top in a pan - whichever you prefer. Be careful not to over heat the chocolate or it will seize.
Dip a ball into the melted chocolate and then shake off any excess. Quickly sprinkle a pinch of the very finely diced bacon and a smaller pinch of sea salt onto the top of the truffle before the chocolate solidifies.
Repeat with the rest of the truffles.
I believe I got 56 truffles out of one batch using a small cookie scoop. If you don't have a cookie scoop then you can just pinch off a ping pong ball sized amount of dough and roll it in a ball.
Once they are all dipped they do not have to be frozen. You only freeze them for a short time to make them easier to dip.
Because of the bacon they should probably be kept in the fridge until ready to serve.
You can use whichever chocolate chips you like. I find most people like the milk chocolate better so I tend to use them more often. For the ones pictured above I used 2 cups milk chocolate 1/2 cup dark chocolate, as that is what I had on hand.

maplebacontruffles3a.jpg Bacon is the candy of the meat world :love::love::love:
 

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Yeah :love: and for a treat

Salted Maple Bacon Truffles

Ingredients
1/2 cup butter, softened
3/4 cup brown sugar
2 cups flour
1 can (14 oz) sweetened condensed milk
1 tsp maple extract
1/2 cup finely chopped, cooked bacon

Topping
2 - 3 cups chocolate chips
1/3 cup very finely diced, cooked bacon
coarse sea salt

Directions
In a large mixing bowl, cream the butter and brown sugar until fluffy.
Add in the flour, condensed milk, maple extract, and bacon.
Stir until well combined.
Using a small cookie scoop (about 1 Tbsp), scoop dough onto a cookie sheet covered with plastic wrap or parchment paper. I like to roll the dough into balls so they are round but you can leave them with a flat bottom if you want to.
Freeze balls for about 20 - 30 minutes to firm up.
When dough is chilled; melt chocolate in a microwave safe dish - or on the stove top in a pan - whichever you prefer. Be careful not to over heat the chocolate or it will seize.
Dip a ball into the melted chocolate and then shake off any excess. Quickly sprinkle a pinch of the very finely diced bacon and a smaller pinch of sea salt onto the top of the truffle before the chocolate solidifies.
Repeat with the rest of the truffles.
I believe I got 56 truffles out of one batch using a small cookie scoop. If you don't have a cookie scoop then you can just pinch off a ping pong ball sized amount of dough and roll it in a ball.
Once they are all dipped they do not have to be frozen. You only freeze them for a short time to make them easier to dip.
Because of the bacon they should probably be kept in the fridge until ready to serve.
You can use whichever chocolate chips you like. I find most people like the milk chocolate better so I tend to use them more often. For the ones pictured above I used 2 cups milk chocolate 1/2 cup dark chocolate, as that is what I had on hand.

View attachment 43512 Bacon is the candy of the meat world :love::love::love:
Wonder how they would taste with Quorn bacon (vegetarian bacon)? :confused: Might have to give it a try :thumbsup:
 
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