Books that changed your life

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What are they? Im lookin for new stuffs to read.

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Mar 11, 2009 09:14 am

'Time Will Run Back' by Henry Hazlitt
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Mar 11, 2009 10:34 am

'Free Play' by Stephen Nachmanovitch.

www.amazon.com/Free-Play-...t/dp/0874776317

There's a lot of philosophy in that book, and it's good for inspiration and motivation. ... I need to figure out where I left my copy, it's been missing for awhile now -_-

-J

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Mar 12, 2009 07:09 am

dictionary

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Mar 12, 2009 07:11 am

The Enemy Within - Michael Savage :-D

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Mar 12, 2009 07:18 am

The bible
The Big Book
Make friends influence people
Seven Habits
Tau of Poo
1984
Dictionary
Kinda like a little reference library for life.

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Mar 12, 2009 07:22 am

Seven Habits was a very good book. I was gonna say the Bible but I know Loki has studied it.

My current read is "The Meaning of Masonry" - Wilmhearst, it's pretty good. I am also proof reading "Kids are Americans Too" by Bill O'Reilly and it's actually quiet good. Might be a couple years ahead of my kid though.

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Mar 12, 2009 08:11 am

if you want nonfiction you can really get into over a period of weeks:

undaunted courage by stephen ambrose (about lewis and clark)

a man on the moon by andrew chaikin (apollo missions)

they's just good readin'

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Mar 12, 2009 08:14 am

Quote:
Books that changed your life


Various police blotters containing my name.

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Mar 12, 2009 10:45 am

The Bible! Oh please, terrible punctuation, repatative themes, incoherant plot and, on the whole, badly written and unengaging.

Enjoyed a short book recently called The Wasp Factory by Ian Banks. Oddly I found I could relate to the narators thoughts quite well even though he's a total nut bar!

Day of the Trifids by John Wyndham is good, it stays with you a long time after you have read it.

On a similar theme I also enjoyed The Road by Cormac McCarthy.

Another oddish choice is Imajica by Clive Barker, not the plot, which is horror/fantasy bu the relationships between the people are really well observed and make you think.

Read a good biography of Chairman Mao recently and a book about the causes and social/political effects of the Berlin Wall - Called Berlin Wall funnily enough

Life changing, hmmm, I really enjoyed The Blind Watchmaker by Richard Dawkins (Although The Selfish Gene and The God Delusion were good too) I found them all quite liberating. Really made me want to go and do stuff with my life. Maybe not life changing, as I had already studied a lot of this stuff. More like life affirming.


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Mar 12, 2009 08:58 pm

The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. The full edition hardcover with the unreleased last book.

Lillian Roxon's Rock Encyclopedia.


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Mar 12, 2009 11:11 pm

Hitchhiker's is on my list if we're talking about the original question and not just books that're good. H2G2 has the power to change lives, weirdly.

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Mar 13, 2009 01:48 am

-on the road by jack keroauc
-junky by william s burroughs
-the dharma bums by jack keroauc
-howl by allen ginsberg
-fight club by chuck palahniuk
-survivor by chuck palahniuk
-and the hippos were boiled in their tanks by jack keroauc AND william s burroughs

those are some of my favorites

fight club changed my life when i read it when i was 14, read it 23 times since

junky helped me through rehab when i was 18 and on the road opened my eyes after rehab

check em out!

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Mar 13, 2009 02:59 am

i kinda hate burroughs. never got into kerouac either.

if you read these guys, though, do you also read bukowski? bukowski i like.

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Mar 13, 2009 06:54 am

Hitchhikers Guide: Hmmmmm... I can't say it changed my life, but it did enhance it. Now I have a simple number to express my distain for questions that are incidious to ask. Alice in Wonderland helped me set goals. I wannabe the rabit. Work every other day. Yesterday was an other day and tomorrow as an other day.

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Mar 13, 2009 06:10 pm

forty, yep I am serious about it changing my life. Both those did actually. Lillian Roxon wrote an awful lot back then. I read as much as I could.

She even wrote a small piece in an obscure music rag about this strange kid that didn't follow the norm and who's music was "way out there". But his biggest fear was breaking something expensive while being different and out there.

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Mar 13, 2009 06:50 pm

The Dictionary.

I had it thrown at my head by the teacher in school years ago, so i threw it back at him and got suspended.

But apart from that, the dictionary is good. even today.

there was also a book called
"The Lucifer Principal" that was really cool too. (not about the devil or anything satanic. non fiction)

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Mar 13, 2009 11:31 pm

lucifer principle is amazing

I tune down down...
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Mar 15, 2009 02:38 am

[quote Noize2u]
The Hitchhikers Guide
to the Galaxy. The full edition hardcover with the unreleased last book.
[/quote]

Best book ever.

I tune down down...
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Mar 15, 2009 02:39 am

...damnit.

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Mar 15, 2009 03:30 am

Thought the Hitch Hikers Guide was OK. I think many of the points he's trying to make with it are good but think I'd have enjoyed them more in a better context as I didn't find it a particularly funny book.

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Mar 15, 2009 03:45 am

Despite the books I have listed above, one's which made me really think etc. Like the ones about humans destroying themselves/incapable of helping themselves (Day of the Triffids/The Road), Scientific Ones (the selfish gene etc)

I'm stuggling to think of anything that has actually changed my life.

To Kill a Mockingbird was good. I loved the way the children just couldn't really grasp the concept of racism. But it didn't change what I already knew.

I've been sitting here for abotu 10 mins now thinking of one! And I've got it! 3 things in fact! The Childrens Book of Dinosaurs (can't even remember the exact name or the author) but it got me interested in the Earth, geology, evolution and planetary history; Had loads in it about plate tectonics (albeit very simplistic) and I found that amazing!
The Trials of Life by Sir David Attenborough and a set of six hardcover books that my sister got me in Australia covering different areas of wildlife, sealife, birds, mammals etc. It did have an australian bias but when you are young you don't care and it just ignites your imagination.

I knew it would be something I read when I was young.

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Mar 15, 2009 06:44 am

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Thought the Hitch Hikers Guide was OK. I think many of the points he's trying to make with it are good but think I'd have enjoyed them more in a better context as I didn't find it a particularly funny book.


I think I no longer like you! This calls everything you've ever said here into question.

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Mar 15, 2009 07:29 am

ha ha ha

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Mar 15, 2009 07:48 am

did you only read the first one? it has an odd structure. ends just when it's getting started, as it was adapted from a radio play and adams was kind of lazy. but the books as a whole are the gold standard for absurdity, i think.

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Mar 15, 2009 08:04 am

No I read them all. 5 in total if I remember correctly.

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Mar 15, 2009 01:42 pm

I've never been much of a book reader for entertainment, my reading has been mostly how-to's which includes one on Automotive Body & Refinishing which I guess one could say changed my life since I've been a painter for over 30 years since readding it. :)

Dan

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Mar 15, 2009 06:34 pm

forty, it is that odd structure and the way he thought out or didn't think out the plot of the book that influenced me. It changed the way I looked at many things over the years. And with each new book it simply reinforced that.

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Mar 15, 2009 06:42 pm

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I've never been much of a book reader for entertainment, my reading has been mostly how-to's


On the whole, that's me too...but I do read for entertainment on occasion.

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Mar 15, 2009 08:11 pm

Ya, if manual's count I've read everything Cakewalk has ever printed. They surely changed my life.

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Mar 16, 2009 01:46 am

I can't think of any book I read that actually changed my life. I don't read books hardly at all since I graduated college. The only two I can think of that really made me think are "1984" and "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues". I don't really remember the latter very much, just that it made me think a bunch.

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Mar 16, 2009 01:57 pm

Hehheh, right on Walt... The Tao Of Poo! There's one I can say that has added a bit of clarity to my current mindset! : )

The Dune trillogy by Frank Herbert did alot for my visualization/creative side.

Other than that...
~The Holy Bible
~Go Ask Alice
~The Leaves Of Ygdrassil
~Joy Of Cooking
... are a few others that I've gotten one thing, or another from.

Hitchhikers didn't really do anything for me. Thanks for the fish, just the same.

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Mar 16, 2009 05:01 pm

Hue, nice one with Go Ask Alice.

I'd forgotten about that book.

Although it didn't change anything at the time of reading I think it did plant a seed that stayed in the back of my mind.

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Mar 17, 2009 05:37 am

I hear y'a Noize. I remember thinking that that story was a bit 'fantastic' to be at all real, and/or possible. Quite disillusioning, to witness a life as such.

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Mar 17, 2009 06:51 am

Mr. Hue,

You have an uncanny way of making me think. Per your selection, I have to add:

How to Grill.

Forget the lofty phylisophical dribble; I eat better during summers per this fine piece of liturature!

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Mar 17, 2009 07:53 am

I guess along those lines I'd have to go the the factory service manual for my car :)

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Mar 17, 2009 06:43 pm

Walt, you flatter! It is rare that I inspire any thought(s), outside of 'where's the exits?'.

Grilling is the best! There's just something about caramelized proteins, and all those extra carcinogens dotting the edges a nice piece of beef/pork/lamb/lobster/fish... or whatever else you can throw on that puppy! All hail charcoal!!! 8 0

Back on topic:
~The manual for my Tascam 4-track! lol

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Mar 17, 2009 07:18 pm

back to grilling for a second--i've seen things which expose the idea of 'searing in the juices' as a myth! experiments were run, juiciness was measured. it might have been mythbusters or it might have been somewhere else.

i've got 'the hot sauce bible' here. it has the power to make me a hot sauce expert, which would be life-changing

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Mar 17, 2009 07:49 pm

When I worked at Retek, our team had hot sauce break every friday, a couple people made their own, and when any of us went on vacation, we had to buy a hot sauce, the hottest we could find per skoville unit measurement, from wherever we went...dude, hot sauce CAN be harmful to your health.

:-)

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Mar 17, 2009 07:54 pm

i must have a certain enzyme or something which breaks it all down--i experience no ill effects. well, except for when i forget i have residue on my hands and then touch my face or rub my eyes or something.

i don't go for the hottest possible sauce usually, just the ones that are suitably hot and also have flavor. if it causes profuse sweating but not much actual pain, that's good.

hey but this book is textbook-sized and almost 400 pages long. it's incredible.

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Mar 17, 2009 09:08 pm

First, the grill is a gift from the gods. End of story. Nothing you can't do on a bar-b-que.

Second, freaking right hot sauce rules. dB is correct as well, it can be harmful to your health. I know someone that actually burned the lining of the esophagus with it by ingesting it by drinking it.

I'm with forty on the seating thing. You know its good if you can still taste and it makes you sweat like a pig. Tuna, Ray and I ran across some Asian chili sauce that was like that. We could not stop eating it but we were all three soaked and sweating.

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Mar 18, 2009 03:04 am

I love hot sauces too. Used to make a lot of my own actually.

Warning - If you are getting a bit pissed up when cooking be very careful not to touch your bellend afterwards! Can be excrutiating (or fun if you like that sort of thing)

Right, I know this is supposededly a family forum but after chopping up loads of chillis to make a really to make a hot salsa I didn't wash my hands properly and actually ended up touching my then girlfriends Klunge. She was not amused.

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Mar 18, 2009 05:57 am

yeah that was my 'or something' in my last post. if you're working with peppers, you must wash your hands before going in there.

hey a book no one has mentioned but which everyone here would probably like is 'the alchemist' by coelho.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Alchemist_(novel)

"Central to the novel is the concept of a Personal Legend. Santiago first learns of one's Personal Legend from The King of Salem, who tells him "It's what you have always wanted to accomplish. Everyone, when they are young, knows what their Personal Legend is."[9] He expounds on this saying "...there is one great truth on this planet: whoever you are, or whatever it is that you do, when you really want something, it's because that desire originated in the soul of the universe. It's your mission on earth."[9] The King also tells Santiago of the importance of following the omens on the journey to realizing one's personal legend. Coelho follows this advice himself; he will only start writing a book after finding a white feather.[10]"

this will be a movie soon, so be sure to read it. it tends to get passed around. people give it to each other.

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Mar 18, 2009 02:46 pm

That does sound like a good book forty.

JDOD, you do use some intersting terms... and yeah, that would grounds for 'dismissal'! lol

I also love hot sauces, and hot peppers in general, but over the last couple of years, I've not been able to partake of them, as they have become increasingly hostile towards my digestive system. Not sure why, but I sure do miss them!

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Mar 18, 2009 06:53 pm

Many moons ago I read The Greatest Salesman In The World, by Og Mandino. I'm not sure it changed my life but it sure gave me some different views to look at.

And the book, Bloods, by Wallace Terry gave me one heck of an appreciation for my military time after reading the accounts that took place in this book.

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May 24, 2009 06:24 am

This is an interesting list!

I don't read a lot nowadays but
if you talk about 'life changing', without a doubt
"The Bible" I still read it.

7 Habits

Effective Speaking - Dale Carnegie

Decision Making and the Will of God - Friesen

The Beatles Recording Sessions - Lewisohn

Many biographies I've read have been life changing because you learn from other people's lives and experiences.

maybe I'll stop there :)

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May 24, 2009 06:49 am

speaking of peppers and stuff, i am eating the most amazing rice right now. bengali, given to me by the bengali dude down the street. it is magical. i am going over there soon to learn how to make this, but it's blowing my mind. when i get the recipe, i will share it here. it's hot, spicy. cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, black pepper pods--it is amazing. costs five bucks to make like two days worth. i have never had rice this good before. it actually gives you energy as you eat it. it enlivens you


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May 24, 2009 06:59 am

is the color scheme now ice blue and white?

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May 24, 2009 09:28 am

read the "Iceman" recently. pretty bloody amazing book.
about a dude that ended up a contract killer for the mafia, but the story leading up to that is crazy. great read.

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May 24, 2009 10:52 pm

forty, when you get the recipe make sure and put it in a new thread for sure. I am more then interested.

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May 24, 2009 10:53 pm

And yes, the color has changed. Looks extremely cool indeed.

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May 26, 2009 09:28 am

yeah forty, that recipe sounds interesting. wouldnt mind givin it a crack also.
tomorrow im gonna try the "Phaal" Indian curry recipe.
will let you know how it goes. If you like it hot then this is for you.

they say its the hottest curry out there, and im finding it a little hard of late to find really hot stuff so im gonna try it.

im just geting over a 3 day miagrane so im ******* pushing my luck.
if im not back here with the recipe soon, then i could be dead. here's hoping. Ha ha ha.


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May 26, 2009 10:12 am

Actually Deon, something 'hot' may help your miagranes out a bit. Hot foods tend to open-up the capillaries in your melon, which increases blood flow... a good thing.

That said, I can not stand curry. The mere smell sends me a'runnin' out of the building.

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May 26, 2009 07:19 pm

Hue don't like Curry??? I'm puzzled as you do like pepper's correct?

Deon, I'm up for the recipe as well when you try it. Curry is indeed life blood here. We did Curry dishes a lot camping. And heavy use of any hot spice for camp cooking is always good. Keeps the system running.

Indeed Hue is dead on about the Hot migraine cure. I suffer from Migraines as well and use that cure when needed. Even if its the middle of the night.

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May 26, 2009 09:04 pm

cool, then sounds good. i thought it might be gone this morning but its still hangin in there.

This one made me sick as a dog. not happy.

ok well, this Curry says to use 12 green chilli's, i like it hot, but im thinking that might be a bit excessive.

but at the risk of being called a purse carrying nancy boy, i will go ahead with the original as per recipe.
and Noize, coz im a nice bloke, i wont say anything on the "camp cocking"

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May 26, 2009 09:40 pm

actually i did a bit more reading on it and i thought i might share this address.

im not sure what i got myself in for here but...you'll never know unless you give it a go.

www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/2167829/posts


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May 26, 2009 09:52 pm

I do something good and hot, only once a year. I really dig breakin' a sweat with a good bunch of peppers on some nachos, or in a chili, but if I overdue it I pay so dearly that I have to keep it down to once a year, otherwise I'll do serious damage. 8 o A man's got to know his limitations... especially when it comes to this stuff.

Yeah, absolutely can not do a curry. I think it's more the smell of it than anything... true that it's odd, Noize. I love food! lol

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May 26, 2009 10:16 pm

Ya, I know you love food. I think you and forty have turned me onto some good recipes over the years here.

Bummer on the pepper's thing though. I would freak out if I couldn't have my spicy stuff. Although there are times I do admit I will back off some and imbibe on a bit lighter hotness.

Deon, what in the world are you talking about. I checked my post and it looks fine. :-)

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May 26, 2009 10:23 pm

Hell, I go grocer4y shopping every saturday morning and load up on the onions and peppers...spice rocks.!

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May 26, 2009 10:42 pm

I am jealous, dB. I used to have hot pepper eating 'sessions' with my youngest, now he can leave me in the dust, as I have to just have 'one little pepper'. lol Unless it's that one day of the year when I throw all caution to the wind, and eat a gut-load of jalapenos, and/or chillies. Onions and bell peppers don't carry a penalty... just the hotter variety. Such a slow, painfull death it is. 8 p

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May 26, 2009 10:46 pm

am i seeing things or did "cocking" get changed to "cooking"?


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May 27, 2009 05:13 am

ok, well i did the Phaal recipe tonight.

mmm, well its hot, but not as hot as i hoped it'd be, but very, very tasty.
i would definatley recommend givin it a go
for sure.

i would give it a 5/10 for heat as it creeps up on you after about 7 or 8 mouthfuls.

i guess it comes down to the heat in the chilli's you use for the heat factor.
I used 4 green chillis and 7 red ones, also 3 teaspoons of chilli powder, and a tablespoon of thia red curry paste.

really very nice though, give it a go.
the only things i did different,
was added the stalks of a bunch of corriander and some leaves, and i added vinegar, which is really a big part of a good curry and which wasnt included in the recipe.
also i marinated the chicken wings in the juice of a full lime for about 20 mins first before cooking.

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May 27, 2009 05:14 am

“Paahl”
Ingredients
• 1 1/2 lbs meat or poultry, chopped into 1 inch cubes
• 1 large onion, finely chopped
• 8 cloves garlic, finely chopped
• 1 ounce fresh ginger, finely chopped
• 3 tablespoons ghee or oil
• 14 ounces canned tomatoes
• 1 tablespoon tomato ketchup
• 1 tablespoon tomato puree
• 12 fresh chili peppers or dried chilies (or more)
Spices
• 1 teaspoon cumin, ground
• 1 teaspoon coriander, ground
• 3 teaspoons chili powder
• 1 teaspoon dried fenugreek leaves (optional)
• 1 teaspoon garam masala
Directions
1. 1
Fry the onion, garlic and ginger until golden in half the ghee or oil.
2. 2
Mix the spices with a little water to make a paste.
3. 3
Add to the onion mixture and cook for 10 minutes.
4. 4
Add the tomato (tinned, ketchup and puree) and chillies.
5. 5
Cook for a further 10 minutes.
6. 6
Meanwhile, fry the meat in a separate pan in remaining ghee or oil, until sealed (5 to 10 minutes).
7. 7
8.
Combine all ingredients in a casserole dish and cook in a pre-heated oven at 400 deg F, Gas 6 for 45 to 60 minutes.


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May 27, 2009 07:17 am

Got to be 'Outliers' which goes into how it takes 10,000 hour of practice to become an expert at anything.

Changed my life because I practice a lot more now!

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May 27, 2009 07:17 pm

The book thread that turned into a hot spicy cooking thread by hi-jacking. And it still draws the book remarks in. Amazing indeed are the wonder's of HRC.

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May 28, 2009 08:51 am

Quote:
The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. The full edition hardcover with the unreleased last book.


GREAT CALL.

For me

"The man who mistook his wife for a hat" - Oliver Sacks

Amazing read

Read this long before i should have.(about 17)

It inspired me to get into Psychology.

I never did of course, but jeez did it inspire me.










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May 28, 2009 01:07 pm

I have read tons of books but can honestly say none have impacted me in such a drastic way that I did something in real life because of it. Sure, they can be food for thought or even an eye opener(non-fiction) but; no matter how interesting it is just another persons opinion/theory/view.

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May 28, 2009 06:45 pm

Three Cups of Tea
An interesting first person account of pre and post 9/11 culture in the Pakistan-ish area. According to the book, we pay more attention to the borders in that area than the locals do. Quick read.

Meditations (of Marcus Aurelius)
You just THOUGHT Jesus was cool until you read this guy. Reading this is a lot like reading psalms, you can get a lot out of spending just a few minutes reading. A permanent fixture in any area where I predictably defecate.

Confessions of St. Augustine
St. Augustine convinced me to drop out of college and pursue music full time. Pretty life altering, and absolutely the best choice I've made in 3 years.

My most recent favorites^^^

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May 28, 2009 06:53 pm

Anarchists Cookbook.

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May 28, 2009 07:31 pm

ah i have heard of this one^. sounds adventurous.

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May 28, 2009 09:42 pm

Always going back to the cook book aren't you. :-)

Quincysan, did you create and account over at The 61? I saw a similar avatar to your on a member there named Superleeum. although his doesn't have the detail in the upper portion of the helmut like yours does.

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May 30, 2009 03:21 am

did you try the recipe Noize?

i made it again today, awesome feed. this time i used 12 red chilli's, seems the way to go. still not "too" hot though, just right. its a creeper.

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May 30, 2009 12:50 pm

It'll probably be a couple weeks before I have time to cook up something. But I have it copied down and on my to do list.

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