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(Washington City Paper)   "If you put a human in a room with some kind of substance and flour and water, eventually that human will exit with a dumpling, a ravioli, a samosa, an empanada, or a pierogi"   (washingtoncitypaper.com) divider line
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5 days ago  
I had samosas for dinner last night. Sofa King delicious.
 
5 days ago  
What if "some kind of substance" was farkable?
 
5 days ago  

lurkey: What if "some kind of substance" was farkable?


Isn't everything if you're brave enough?
 
5 days ago  
or a pupusa
 
5 days ago  
Gotta bust out the classic for this one. I mean hell, this kid started with that ingredient list and all the work had already been done for him. And did he leave with a delicious snack? Nope. He tried to fark it.

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5 days ago  

lurkey: What if "some kind of substance" was farkable?


Hell you could make something farkable with just water and flour.
 
5 days ago  
Why is this person exiting the room with those things instead of eating them?
 
5 days ago  

phaseolus: or a pupusa


or a momo. or a siu-beng. or an arepa!

also, yay for TFA mentioning farking vareniki!!! I usually only get mushroom or potato/cheese or cabbage, not sweets like cherry, but to each their own!

and I'll always happily take pierogs of nearly any kind, from all the other non-Ukrainian countries.
 
5 days ago  
are we allowed to count things like arancini or clam-fritters?

I mean, I know our usual way is exclusion, but...
 
5 days ago  
I forget, didn't we decide that these are all sandwiches??


/s
 
5 days ago  
Hopefully they come up with lumpia

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5 days ago  

tintar: are we allowed to count things like arancini or clam-fritters?

I mean, I know our usual way is exclusion, but...


I was all set to batter some shrimp and mushrooms, be inclusive damnit!
 
5 days ago  

tintar: phaseolus: or a pupusa

or a momo. or a siu-beng. or an arepa!

also, yay for TFA mentioning farking vareniki!!! I usually only get mushroom or potato/cheese or cabbage, not sweets like cherry, but to each their own!

and I'll always happily take pierogs of nearly any kind, from all the other non-Ukrainian countries.


Or a bierock, or a pirozhki, or any of the different names for various steamed buns in Asia (like nikuman or siopao), or a pasty/meat pie, or a stromboli/calzone.

Really the list goes on and on and on.  I love having that discussion about basic foodstuffs that are universal to any culture with long/regular access to certain ingredients.

/I'm including baozi and all of its variations with the aforementioned dumplings
 
5 days ago  

zeroflight222: tintar: phaseolus: or a pupusa

or a momo. or a siu-beng. or an arepa!

also, yay for TFA mentioning farking vareniki!!! I usually only get mushroom or potato/cheese or cabbage, not sweets like cherry, but to each their own!

and I'll always happily take pierogs of nearly any kind, from all the other non-Ukrainian countries.

Or a bierock, or a pirozhki, or any of the different names for various steamed buns in Asia (like nikuman or siopao), or a pasty/meat pie, or a stromboli/calzone.

Really the list goes on and on and on.  I love having that discussion about basic foodstuffs that are universal to any culture with long/regular access to certain ingredients.

/I'm including baozi and all of its variations with the aforementioned dumplings


oh definitely baozi and gaozi!

also, you somehow reminded me: bialy!!!
 
5 days ago  
or, wait, do bialy count as like a bagel-adjacent mini-pizza, hmm...

/runs
//ducks
///hides

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4 days ago  
"Oh Sky Dumpling, Why Are You So Delicious??!"

Patton Oswalt - Sky Cake
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4 days ago  

tintar: zeroflight222: tintar: phaseolus: or a pupusa

or a momo. or a siu-beng. or an arepa!

also, yay for TFA mentioning farking vareniki!!! I usually only get mushroom or potato/cheese or cabbage, not sweets like cherry, but to each their own!

and I'll always happily take pierogs of nearly any kind, from all the other non-Ukrainian countries.

Or a bierock, or a pirozhki, or any of the different names for various steamed buns in Asia (like nikuman or siopao), or a pasty/meat pie, or a stromboli/calzone.

Really the list goes on and on and on.  I love having that discussion about basic foodstuffs that are universal to any culture with long/regular access to certain ingredients.

/I'm including baozi and all of its variations with the aforementioned dumplings

oh definitely baozi and gaozi!

also, you somehow reminded me: bialy!!!


No one's mentioned pelmeni yet
 
4 days ago  

phaseolus: tintar: zeroflight222: tintar: phaseolus: or a pupusa

or a momo. or a siu-beng. or an arepa!

also, yay for TFA mentioning farking vareniki!!! I usually only get mushroom or potato/cheese or cabbage, not sweets like cherry, but to each their own!

and I'll always happily take pierogs of nearly any kind, from all the other non-Ukrainian countries.

Or a bierock, or a pirozhki, or any of the different names for various steamed buns in Asia (like nikuman or siopao), or a pasty/meat pie, or a stromboli/calzone.

Really the list goes on and on and on.  I love having that discussion about basic foodstuffs that are universal to any culture with long/regular access to certain ingredients.

/I'm including baozi and all of its variations with the aforementioned dumplings

oh definitely baozi and gaozi!

also, you somehow reminded me: bialy!!!

No one's mentioned pelmeni yet


man, now I really need to get back to our awesome Eastern European market... haven't been there in more than a year :( :( :(

they have a cold/salads deli, a hot deli (dumplings, fish, casseroles, breads...), a meats deli, a seafood market, a bakery...

/mmm, now I want khachapuri, vegetarian kovbasa, kvass, pumpernickel, tvorog, ...
 
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