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Read any good (1)

Marxist Hacker 42 (638312) | about 3 months ago | (#46822693)

13th century European Cookbooks?

I hate chili peppers with a passion, and would love to patronize a restaurant where they are not used. I'd also like to give my wife some recipies that don't overpower all the other flavors with spices.

Re:Read any good (1)

Chacham (981) | about 3 months ago | (#46824641)

I'd also like to give my wife some recipies that don't overpower all the other flavors with spices.

Rock soup. :)

Re:Read any good (1)

Marxist Hacker 42 (638312) | about 3 months ago | (#46824825)

This almost doesn't count because the spices *are* there, just a totally different spice palate: I've recently gotten her addicted to Vietnamese Salad Rolls.

Re:Read any good (1)

Chacham (981) | about 3 months ago | (#46824911)

Then use fake rocks and make the water yourself. :)

Palates are so different, it's hard to say what affects what. I make an onion spread with caraway seed, yet a few people don't like the caraway. To me, the spread is bland without it! Much like a rye bread.

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