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    @.~*virinaĉo*~.@ Totenkindly's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Esme
    I'm a dragon and I'm going to eat your children.
    Thank God, they've been eating me out of house and home!
    (... watch out for the younger two, I think they might be poisonous.)

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    Ha, I misread it that you were going to eat my chicken. We'd have to fight about that.

    Nice to meet you too!

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    When roasting well sweetened children, the carmelisation effect of searing helps to retain moisture so the meat remains sweet and tender.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiltyred View Post
    Ha, I misread it that you were going to eat my chicken. We'd have to fight about that.
    *aghast*

    No one is going to be eating ANYONE's chicken on THIS forum, thank you very much!

    We only discuss eating other white meats.

    Quote Originally Posted by Metaphor View Post
    When roasting well sweetened children, the carmelisation effect of searing helps to retain moisture so the meat remains sweet and tender.
    The problem with pan-seared children is that, depending upon the physical maturation of your entree, you might need a very large pan.
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    Welcome! Given the near extinction of your species and human overpopulation, you´ll get a lot of support from the kind people of TypoC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    The problem with pan-seared children is that, depending upon the physical maturation of your entree, you might need a very large pan.
    Good point, if you needed a pan. She's a dragon and I'm guessing, one with a healthy set of lungs. One flaming and the searing/cooking process is all done. Nothing like a few rocks to help digest the other white meat.

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    I wonder if dragons ever use crock pots?

    INTPs do... although not necessarily to cook food in.
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    Hope you're not questioning her food preferences. Everyone is different and as long as it's a healthy preference, who are we to criticise?

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    I think it's very healthy, as long as the kids have been raised on a diet other than fat and sugar and as long as we're not actually considering the preferences of the meal.
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    I love your avatar and that you are from UK
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