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    Chat UI colors

    Since i have been requested to post it here: There is an easy way (without mod) to change the colors of chat channels, like group or raid messages. I find the dark red quite difficult to read in certain lairs. These color values are in an XML file, so changing them can hardly break anything as...
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    Event Dark Agartha details drop...

    The story of it is actually in the agent missions around Jeronimo (the conquistador). Regarding the rewards - you profit more of 4pip Glyphs if you are not yet maxed out red20 (because of the soft-cap). Yet unknown if the soft caps will be raised in the future. But there will be a phase 2 to...
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    What's for Dinner?

    So yesterday my parents were visiting us, and we had a talk before that we need to do a piemont (north italy) dinner again soon. Well since it is truffles season anyway and some bottles in the wine cellar needed to be checked, here's what we had: Antipasti (Salame, Prosciutto) with olive oil...
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    What's for Dinner?

    The Tajine looks odd, but the rest is a nice selection!
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    What's for Dinner?

    Alomst any pumpkin will do. Butternut is a little sweeter than hokkaido, i think he is called muscat-pumpkin here.
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    What's for Dinner?

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    Navigating The Beer Seas

    The history is quite funny. The brewery was a part of the monastry initially. But after two almost-burndowns due to the brewery, they decided to put the brewery at a distant area :D it's small but has a great brewery museum.
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    Navigating The Beer Seas

    I have to admit that although i like craft beers a lot, i'm not a fan of weird additional flavours. I tried several, and yeah, they're ok, but none of them would make it to a regular buy. Blame my bavarian roots :) The most interesting tasting we had in czech republic at a traditional monastry...
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    Halloween scares (and blatant extra life plug)

    nicely done!
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    What's for Dinner?

    sorry it took a while, but here is the pumpkin soup i spoke of online (metric measurements): 800g Hokkaido pumpkin 250g carrots thumb-size piece of fresh ginger (add more acc. to your taste) 800ml vegetable fond Juice of 3 oranges 100ml cream Remove seeds etc. from the pumpkin, dice up dice up...
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    What's for Dinner?

    I have good experience in letting the cranberry simmer with honey for a while before adding them, you can also use a drop of your favorite alcohol (rum, orange liquor, ...)
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    What's for Dinner?

    I personally like the Glenfarclas although i am more the Islay type. But i tasted a very well done Highland Park cask strength once.
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    What's for Dinner?

    I made some lasagna yesterday but it disappeared so fast i could not take a picture :) Today i will prepare a classic bavarian pork roast with beer-sauce and dumplings - my parents will visit us
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    What's for Dinner?

    totally agree - my son will pick out onions if i do not cut them mirepoix style (near invisible). :p
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    What's for Dinner?

    yes, it definitly was a poor mans snack/lunch. The origins - well i guess as with all recipies everybody was first :) I am more familiar with the north areas of italy (piemonte, toskana) and their food than the south. Most common is foccacia just with oil, seasalt and herbs. But you also find...
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