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(Daily Mail)   Russian man almost dies living in the woods for a month rather than eat his wife's cooking   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 16
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2012-05-07 08:30:09 PM  
I am not going to judge. I have not tasted his wife's cooking but I can think of worse reasons to starve in the woods.
 
2012-05-07 09:09:06 PM  
They understand one another ...

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2012-05-07 09:10:54 PM  
Is this one of those Rupert Murdoch main stream media things?

Does it include tips from the Palin Family living off of Moose turds?
 
2012-05-07 11:18:43 PM  
"Let that be a lesson to you!"

Next time, just starve to death.
 
2012-05-07 11:20:15 PM  
I love my Mother In Law but, I'd rather eat the aforementioned moose turds than her cooking. Ketchup as a base for stew and spaghetti, overcooked veggies and steaks you could nail to the bottom of your shoes and walk across Europe thrice before they show the slightest wear is NOT the way to this fat gourmands tummy.

/I sound fat? No. I AM fat. I make fat work.
 
2012-05-07 11:21:04 PM  
What's more impressive is he went a whole month with out vodka.
 
2012-05-07 11:21:57 PM  
Huh...I somehow lost the part of the story where my wife learned to cook very, very well out of self defense.

/Thank GOD
 
2012-05-07 11:38:26 PM  
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2012-05-07 11:39:25 PM  
I read the headline and was expecting the last word to be something else.
 
2012-05-07 11:56:41 PM  
How do you say "chicka chicka chickabee" in Russian?
 
2012-05-08 12:10:30 AM  
the last meal Mrs. Kritter prepared was on Thanksgiving 3-4 years ago. in all fairness she used to prepare a meal for T'giving and Xmas every year. so i had that going for me.

my cooking must be okay because she's the size of a Mini Cooper.
 
2012-05-08 01:04:12 AM  

Crazymuthafarker: I love my Mother In Law but, I'd rather eat the aforementioned moose turds than her cooking. Ketchup as a base for stew and spaghetti, overcooked veggies and steaks you could nail to the bottom of your shoes and walk across Europe thrice before they show the slightest wear is NOT the way to this fat gourmands tummy.

/I sound fat? No. I AM fat. I make fat work.


Two days in the woods or so, I'm betting if you were presented with a platter of her food, you'd eat it and thank her. It's just a guess but hunger has strange effects on food quality tolerance - I went backpacking many moons ago and one of the provided dried meals was vegetarian 'tacos' that tasted gross at base camp when sampling - but 3 days out on the trail, exhausted and starving, it was scarfed down quickly.
 
2012-05-08 01:45:19 AM  
To be fair, she makes terrible vodka sandwiches.
 
2012-05-08 03:08:43 AM  
My girlfriend served me a soup earlier tonight consisting off boiled bones with peanuts, yam leaves, and tofu skin.

I said it was delicious.

/Wasn't really that bad.
 
2012-05-08 03:34:51 AM  
That's why I'm glad I live in California.
 
2012-05-08 05:32:23 PM  

on the road: My girlfriend served me a soup earlier tonight consisting off boiled bones with peanuts, yam leaves, and tofu skin.

I said it was delicious.

/Wasn't really that bad.


Boiled bones is the norm for soups, but did she not once read a recipe? It sounds like someone trying to re-create their favorite soups in the same pot and just remembering the primary ingredients.

/I bet miso would have made it delicious anyways.
 
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