Strip 066 - "He was bribed... with food"

2nd Sep 2014, 12:00 AM in Forest of Doom
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Geemle 2nd Sep 2014, 12:55 AM edit delete reply


Makes me think of the FF Tactics Advance Judges. Hope this one doesn't go around yelling "no direct attacks!" or anything.
Raxon 2nd Sep 2014, 1:03 AM edit delete reply
Raxon
YOU WOULD BE WELL SERVED TO LISTEN TO ME, YOUNG MAN.
DragGon7601 2nd Sep 2014, 2:30 AM edit delete reply


"Bribing with food"
One DM we had got over bribed with skittles... There was a wall of them between her and us... Like a dozen packets or something. She said she liked em so 2 or 3 packets would be brought each week to the game, some would always be left over and left at the host place. And since I (the host) didn't eat them they were always waiting the next week, when more would be brought... So by the end of the campaign we had built up a wall of them. I still have some of them... :/
Raxon 2nd Sep 2014, 3:02 AM edit delete reply
Raxon
Separate the skittles by flavor and toss them in a blender, one flavor at a time. When you have several flavors of skittle paste, get some plain cake mix, prep the batter, and add the skittle paste. You can bake them in the microwave in paper dixie cups. It's much cheaper than cupcake liners, and you don't need a muffin tin. One bag of skittles can make five to fifteen skittle cakes.

The timing is a bit tricky, but I think it was, for seven skittle cakes, six to seven minutes at 60% power. Cook time may vary based on microwave.

My skittle cakes are a real treat.

My gourmet cooking is simultaneously very clever, and incredibly lazy.
DeS_Tructive 2nd Sep 2014, 9:57 AM edit delete reply
DeS_Tructive
Alternately, try putting Skittles in the freezer for a day before eating them. The first ones are brittle and will shatter when you bite on them, but then the pieces return to their original consistency.
While you devour the rest, you'll have different effects based on what stage of thawing they're on.
I'm not a stoner, but it's still a treat.
ApocolyteofDoom 2nd Sep 2014, 11:35 AM edit delete reply


Raxon, you are a god!
Raxon 2nd Sep 2014, 2:18 PM edit delete reply
Raxon
Dude. I'm already in a bunch of D&D pantheons. I was adopted by several people into their D&D pantheons over at friendship is dragons. Go read it. Spud is a close personal bondage slave of mine. Tell him Rax sent you!

For reference, I am best at winging it when cooking. I might share more recipes, though many of mine are basically, 'throw it in a pot of chili'.

Oh man. My chili is to die for.
Newbiespud 3rd Sep 2014, 9:51 AM edit delete reply
Newbiespud
Leave me out of your assimilation, Raxon.
Raxon 3rd Sep 2014, 5:58 PM edit delete reply
Raxon
Fiiiiine. You don't have to join the monopoly tournament, but I do hope you'll be there for the cube-wide chili cookoff.
Disloyal Subject 18th Nov 2014, 6:58 PM edit delete reply
Disloyal Subject
Lesser god in my setting, and only because Old Man Henderson would never consent to rise above Demigod. Both are nominally in service to the Greater God of Chaos: a DisQord expy.
Malroth 2nd Sep 2014, 8:24 AM edit delete reply


note to amateur chefs, use Unwaxed paper cups not waxed ones unless you like crunchy candle flavored cakes.
Raxon 2nd Sep 2014, 2:28 PM edit delete reply
Raxon
Absolutely. Unwaxed dixie cups are fantastic for a number of use, however, you can also make edible little cups by rubbing lard into pie crusts. This makes it solid and tough when you bake it, resulting in tiny, bite sized pot pies. You know you love it.

Add some meat and veggies, and you have delicious mini pot pies, cooked fresh in your microwave.

I can cook fish in the microwave, and have it come out soft, tender, and perfectly seasoned. I'm just that awesome.
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