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Recipes that pilots can make.

Old 2nd Mar 2011, 10:37
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Pour V8 vegetable juice into a small kettle and warm it up. When warm, empty a spray bottle of ready-made whipped cream into it, stir gently in with a spoon, and enjoy.

I prefer un-sweetened cream, but sweet goes too. Not too wild about strawberry flavor, though.
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 10:40
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I can knock off a stubby in 2 mins flat when I'm hungry.
How long if you're thirsty as well?

(I hope you don't mean a Darwin stubby!)
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 10:56
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For that Posh touch, remove wrapper from Mars bar, nuke for severalteen seconds in dinger, Voila, Chocolate Sauce.
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 11:05
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How long if you're thirsty as well?
About the same time. Beer can be very effective in giving one
that "bloated" feeling, but goes away if you burp all the air up

Add baked beans, open tin with big hunting knife!
Not a bad condiment considering you don't have to heat up and
burn them as well.

Hmm....hot toasted mince sandies eaten straight off a big hunting
knife with a cold side-dish (side-can?) of fart pellets. Sounds delish!
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 11:06
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Hangabout

Isn't the title of this thread 'Recipes that pilots can make'?

Surely, any such recipe needs to involve a double egg-whisk (single egg-whisk for PPL holders)?
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 11:19
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Pack of noodle, and boiled egg

Put Mapco on, wit till almost boiled, place two eggs, in shells, in, with 2 mins, drop noodles in.
wait 4 more mins, drain any water, shell egg, and cut into small chunks.

Then place on paper plate, and eat.

Remember not to tell CC about Mapco.

glf
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 11:21
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Isn't the title of this thread 'Recipes that pilots can make'?

Surely, any such recipe needs to involve a double egg-whisk...?
What real recipe for pilots would call for a bloody whisk? Whisks
are for fancy cookeruppers like women and chefs and stuff.

Pilots only need a big hunting knife (Bowie pref).

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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 12:31
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I think I understand now, Mr Slasher sir.

You prefer your eggs hard-boiled and sliced.

I always call a man with a knife or two 'Sir'
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 13:03
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I managed to burn boiled eggs while in college. (Hey, it was an education...)

Put them in a pot of water on the only stove in the dorm, wandered off, got distracted, and remembered them as the last bit of water boiled away and the eggs began to get charred.

Oops.

I tossed them down the garbage chute just before other students emerged from their rooms asking, "What's that smell?"

I shrugged and walked away.
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 13:12
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I always call a man with a knife or two 'Sir'
Very good, eager young cooking cadet!

Tomorrow we'll look at how to quickly cook up some sossies
on the car radiator.

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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 13:33
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"No it bloody well isn't because you're still watching the tv!!"
Who does the cheffery at your gaff Redsnail, just remind us please?
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 17:23
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Surely, any such recipe needs to involve a double egg-whisk (single egg-whisk for PPL holders)?
Egg whisks are for those who hoon around the skies in bigger versions aka helicopters.
Firey, you know very well who does the cooking in that establishment.
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 17:52
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Anyone got the recipe for "What is this sh*t stew" ? Happens to get a mention now and then in Annie Proulx's books.....
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 18:09
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Originally Posted by Firestorm
Who does the cheffery at your gaff Redsnail, just remind us please?
Er - hands up anyone who thinks we've spotted Check's alternative ID...?
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 20:28
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I want to know why Slashers knife doesnt have an edge on the gut hook.


(Where do you blokes host your photos you post? I'm having hell's own trouble trying stick a photo up using image shack. mac osx, if it helps.)
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 20:34
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Where do you blokes host your photos you post?
Photobucket works for me . . .

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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 21:39
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Hey Slash,
Where TF have you been living?

sandies
WTF? It's sangers as you're an Ozmate or "sarnies" for the soap dodgers.

However, love this
fart pellets

Have to remember that to confuse my European colleagues.
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 22:08
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Get a fish with no guts inside. Wrap in cooking foil. Put in dishwasher and switch on. Come back later. Remove fish and eat it.

And for the female pilots here: Do not use a dishwasher tablet.
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 22:13
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Or, another fish one:

Take a battered fish piece from packet in freezer and place on baking tray.
Put in oven (read cooking instructions if you must).
Put washed rice and water in rice cooker thing, switch on.
After 20 minutes:
Put rice on plate.
Put cooked fish on rice.
Put Chilli sauce on fish.
Put Soy sauce on everything.
Eat.
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Old 2nd Mar 2011, 22:37
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And for the female pilots here: Do not use a dishwasher tablet.
Done this a couple of times - and always used a tablet.

... The whole point of the exercise is to surprise the guests - so washing the plates at the same time is part of the fun. The tablet doesn't matter - simply because if you haven't sealed the parcel properly, then the dish will be ruined anyway ..
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