Yet again our friends at DeliciousDAFood our having a contest. I guess I should get around to organizing a contest, huh?
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Why I Cook: My Wife's Fight With Food AllergiesFood is universal. It spans cultures and continents and countries. We treat our friends and family to lunch. We take clients and strangers out to dinner. We buy treats for our pets, and maybe sneak them a little of what we're snacking on. We feed the bird in the park, the fish at the ornamental pond, the monkeys at the zoo despite the sign. Can you imagine anything so alien and ostracizing as somebody who does not eat?Why I Cook: My Wife's Fight With Food Allergies by Windthin
When you cannot eat with others, it gets lonely. You feel conspicuous and left out. If you come along, you have that terribly awkardness of watching others eating. If you don't, you know you're missing out on socialization because of it. And we eat socially. Parties and picnics and barbecues. A snack here, a bowl of popcorn there, a jaunt to a restaurant after your meeting or play or movie. And to make matters worse, others notice, and ask, and wonder, and pity.
Five and a half years ago, during a cold and blustery December, my wife went in to the hospital w
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If you plan on staying here (like you could escape) there are some things you must first be aware of.
We accept most deviations, as long as it's about real food.
It can be an old recipe, as long as you're not stealing it (we have a werewolf for people like that)
Food can be of any kind, from anywhere
Any type of deviation can be accepted, as long as it's real food. Ceramic art will be removed, and digital art/other drawings must be accompanied by a recipe or something connecting it to real food
If you're submitting a recipe, it must be YOUR recipe
Weird fetish stuff will not be tolerated
Beware of any lost random zombies walking about