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  1. The best of fodlan dish is a end game dish that boosts all stats for your team by 1 for a month. The ingrdients needed are: Goddess messenger (fish) Albinean Moose (meat) Zanado treasured fruit (fruit)
  2. First I am tires of getting "Hoshidan," and other less than desireable dishes. After the next chapter I get Jakob so can someone gift me a chefs hat. My castle code is 02989 22060 16477 08069. Also can someone give me some advise on what to do with Hinoka. I don't nessesarily like peg knight's and their promotions. Could she make great lord work well or is there something better?
  3. I.M. Gei

    SF cooking club

    do you like to cook? are you good at it? no one cares, just post pics of food you make, whether it looks like something from a gordon ramsay restaurant or anti-food porn. anyway, to start [spoiler=chicken curry and rice] i made the curry with split yellow peas, a pound of chicken thigh, some yogurt, ginger garlic paste, tomato paste, and a spice blend. underneath is my horribly botched attempt at making persian rice, topped with pistachios and slivered almonds [spoiler=roasted red pepper hummus] recipe: a half cup of dry chickpeas 2 tbsp tahini 2 tbsp olive oil the juice of one lime 1 tsp cumin powder half of a roasted red pepper 6 cloves of garlic 1) soak chickpeas overnight (optional: after they've sat in the water for a few hours, you can start skinning them) 2) boil for at least two hours, so that you can press one flat with your fingers 3) for the red pepper, cut it in half, stem it, and place it skin side up on aluminum foil on a baking tray. bake at 400 for half an hour, so that the skin is charred once it's out. place in a bowl and cover for now. 4) mix together the tahini and olive oil. 5) toss the boiled chickpeas, garlic, tahini, olive oil and lime juice into a blender. you'll get a bit of a tough mixture, but... 6) take one half of the red pepper, skin it—the skin should easily come off now—cut it up, and put it in the blender along with the cumin. the hummus should blend a lot more easily. 7) add salt if you want, or more water depending on what consistency you want the hummus. 8) enjoy!
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