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Recipe, as requested by various people....

Pork and olive casserole

2 lbs fat pork (shoulder, belly, etc), diced
2 tblspoons olive oil
1 tblspoon plain flour
2 medium-sized onions, sliced
2 cloves garlic (or more :)
1 tsp dried basil
400g tin tomatoes
Glass red wine
1 green pepper, chopped
50g olives

Seal the meat in a hot fryingpan and transfer to a casserole. Brown the onions, add the flour, and stir until the flour is well mixed into the fat. Add tomatoes, wine, garlic and basil, and salt and pepper to taste. Bring to boil, while stirring, then add to casserole and put in the oven. Oven should be preheated to Mk 4 but put down to 2 when the dish is put in. Cook for 1 1/2 hrs. Add chopped green pepper and olives, and cook for a further 1/2 hr.

Should serve 4-6ish from this quantity, depending on hunger/greed.
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I've noticed recently that some fiendish nomster keeps eating my chocolate, and then complaining that there isn't any. This lead me, via my feather-eating nom-de-plume, to the following conclusions:

Unexpectedly not eating things is clearly anomalous behaviour.

If you're hungry all the time, that's the fault of your autonomic nervous system.

And finally, aphorisms concerning food (an apple a day keeps the doctor away, etc) are, naturally, gnomic in nature.

[livejournal.com profile] stripey_cat asks whether Om nom nom is what hungry meditators say.
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I mentioned these to several people at the banquet, in particular [livejournal.com profile] freya_9, so it seemed easier to post the link, rather than trying to remember who I should email it to:

Edible googly eyes!

The edible flying spaghetti monster is quite impressive, but I'm not sure I'd want to actually eat one.... (Marshmallows, yes; egg noodles, yes. Marshmallow-coated uncooked egg noodles? Not so sure.)

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