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Posted By: Arpiethe big Polenta craze a few years back!
Posted By: joepubaving recipes that don't work when you're trying to have a big, jovial dinner party provides similar frustrations to a RPG
Posted By: C.W.RichesonI don't have to buy the latest edition of my cookbook to keep up with my stove's interests in gaming, nor do I have to consider whether my internal organs will participate in breaking down the food I've cooked.
Posted By: joepubC.W.R.,Cooking and dining are highly social as well. Having recipes that don't work when you're trying to have a big, jovial dinner party provides similar frustrations to a RPG session bottoming out due to system disagreements and poorly framed rules.
Posted By: Tomas HVMHilarious! You got me! I'm a freeform hippie-cook! LOL!This one's the best:As I have pointed out MANY TIMES, several of these recipes contain raisins, and I, like most people, am ALLERGIC to raisins! And before you tell me to substitute dried cranberries, I will reiterate that I am discussing the recipes AS WRITTEN. I do not appreciate your ATTACKING ME with helpful suggestions!ROLOL! :-)))
Posted By: C.W.RichesonI just don't find the humorous mockery of the article to take in the reality of the situation, which is that many folk may find themselves switching to a new system if they want to keep playing.
Posted By: Tristan...since now that the new edition is out everyone is required to throw their old edition books at the gigantic mandatory bonfire that Wizards imposed to anyone interested in playing the game...