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Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Quick Update

Current mood: bored

Yeah, I'm still very much alive. Back home where the sun shines (too much, at times) and done with med skool.
 and I'm pretty bored.
 That's about it, I think.
9:18 am - 1 comments - 0 Kudos
Friday, April 11, 2008


Current mood: ecstatic

FUCKKKKCKCKCKCKCKCKCK. It's a dream come true. I want Angela to have my babies.
1:27 pm - 1 comments - 0 Kudos
Saturday, February 09, 2008

New Ink!

 http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v494/Moondawg/AE .jpg  
Still oozing :) More to come soon!
11:01 am - 1 comments - 2 Kudos
Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Warren's Really Quick And Easy Curry.

Current mood: awake

2 Large Onions (sliced/diced finely)
1/4 Stick Cinnamon
2 medium tomatoes
1 clove
3-4 cloves of garlic (slice/dice/mash, you gonna eat em anyway)
Salt (to taste)
Sugar ( to taste)
Coconut Milk (substitute with milk or cream )
3 medium potatoes, diced into decent sized cubes
Oil for cooking

Well, so.  Slice/Dice/cut the onions, garlic ,potatoes and tomatoes and lay them aside.  Get the wok/pot  heated up, chuck some oil in there and wait for it to heat up. First, throw the onions in there, when the onions start crackling, throw the  clove and mashed cinnamon stick in there and let them fry for a few mins, 2-3, dont let the onions blacken though!  Chuck the garlic in, and give it a good stir. , leave for about a minute, unitl the garlic starts getting brownish. Chuck the tomatoes in and let that fry for a bit , until it loses its shape slightly.

Throw in  the Curry Powder ( mild = 2.5 heaped tablespoons) , and chilli powder (1 teaspoon). Stir well, and add water  - about 1 litre.  Stir well.
Throw the  potatoes in now. Stir again, and leave to boil. Once the mixture has boiled down to your intended thickness, check the potatoes; if they're soft, the curry is ready - add the coconut milk ( 50-75 ml ) and leave it to boil for another 3 mins.  Add salt and sugar  to taste.  Tomato ketchup is excellent too.

That's basically it.

If you want to add stuff, like chicken  etc etc, well, you can either add the chicken  before the tomatoes, or with the potatoes. The latter option makes the chicken really soft, and the former makes it slightly fried kinda.
Egg curry - boil eggs, peel em, small slit through the middle, and add with the potatoes.

There ya go. Experiment with the curry powder and chilli powder ratio. I just go by my tongue, is all.

11:27 am - 2 comments - 3 Kudos