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» Wed Feb 28, 2007 1:22 pm
Migya made the point in another thread that it was strange how the Ws collapsed right after the trade.

The answer might be right out of the Food Channel. The chef must have a good recipe, buy the best ingredients, mix them together properly and then cook them using the correct amount of heat for each batch.

The following is the current recipe for Warrior Cream Puffs.

First, put your twelve ingredients into a bowl and mix them together. If they will not blend properly, add some alcohol until you think they do. You want a mixture that will run all over the place.

Whip the mixture so that it is almost stiff enough to resist pushing on it, but is still soft enough to run.

Grease a large flat cookie sheet with oil drained from exotic cars and divide the mixture into twelve piles. Some will be bigger than others. Don't worry as they will run into each other anyway.

Place into heated oven for 82 minutes. Raise or lower the temperature as necessary to either make them run more or to stiffen them up. Some people like their puffs runny and others like them stiff and immobile.

If any break or stop running, then remove them and place them in the refrigerator.

Keep an eye on the cooking, because often the whole recipe breaks down and separates just as you pour a drink and try to relax.

The only choice is to take the puffs out of the oven, return them to the mixing bowl, separate the ingredients and return the faulty ones to the store.

Be aware that it is difficult to know just which of your ingredients are faulty. Also, be aware that many stores have a no-return policy or charge a hefty restocking fee. Often the ingredients they have are no better than the ones you trying to return. Or, they look different, but are the same thing.

Once you have the best new ingredients you can get, mix them together quickly and return them to the oven. Let the ingredients blend together under high heat. Some will be cooked twice and break, others not enough and never quite blend in.

Whoops! Forgot about those in the fridge! Even the best chefs can get focused on their new ingredients and forget about the old mainstays. Well, not much else you can do now but take them out of the fridge, throw them into the oven and hope to hell they rise to the occasion.

No matter, at this point it is too late, so now you can pour a drink, sit down, relax and think about your next recipe.
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» Wed Feb 28, 2007 9:40 pm
Nope: take a bunch of random crap and throw it in the freezer so they become ice cold.
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» Thu Mar 01, 2007 12:00 am

Right now I reckon a few changes need to be made and the coach might have to be one of them! Gotta have an inside scorer because it will open things up so much more! Can't believe Mullin didn't see this (traded Diogu) and instead went with only outside shooting, though he got rid of two stiffs. Gotta look for an inside scorer that rebounds some, top priority
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» Thu Mar 01, 2007 4:47 am
Very creative, carlgo. Nice post.

Although I like Jaypat's one better... much easier and to the same effect. :mrgreen:

JayPat wrote:Nope: take a bunch of random crap and throw it in the freezer so they become ice cold.

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