Phailhaüs - 27

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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby evilofficer » 16 Jan 2010, 14:02

wait so is alex living with Graham now?
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby Rikadyn » 16 Jan 2010, 14:10

Yeast fart is co2...

Also, for sanitation reasons, metal and plastic utensils should be used, but this is probally more from my use of bread yeasts, which is brewing, wood is impossible to properly sanitize and will always impart bacteria into your brewing...
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby Metcarfre » 16 Jan 2010, 14:17

Man, I used to have a sourdough starter going... until it got moldy. Good stuff, though. And I don't think you really need to bake every ten days, just feed it.
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby TPWT » 16 Jan 2010, 14:39

Graham, Alex, Baking, Phailhaus

Beating Bright Copper Kettles and Brown Packages Tied Up With String

as a new list of my favourite things


PS cant wait for more!
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby iamafish » 16 Jan 2010, 14:55

i loved the 'racist towards metal' line too. that was classic!
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby Pigmy Wurm » 16 Jan 2010, 15:22

any complaints that I might have about this phailhaus are countered by the fact that you guys have just been splurging content recently.

I do like that this was basically the anti-man cooking, not in that it was womanly, more that it looked like you were about to fall asleep in the middle of it.
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby BritchesStitches » 16 Jan 2010, 15:25

I kinda wish this had been Man-Baking ep 1 rather than Phailhaüs 27.
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby Yaxley » 16 Jan 2010, 15:31

During the substitutions part, it sounded less like bread and more like a fruit smoothie with yeast. That doesn't sound very good.

But cheers for the return of Phailhaüs. I'd been wondering if it wold return. (Yes, that was what I was sounded like.)
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby elvor » 16 Jan 2010, 15:46

Alex's chocolate spazzing out was legendary.

That is all.
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby blondie87 » 16 Jan 2010, 15:55

This sounds creepy, but I lack the ability to care.

Graham's sweater was purchased from a Gap store!

How do I know?
I unpacked them from boxes, unwrapped the plastic they came in, sized a giant pile of them, and put them on a bakers rack.
From there, they went to a table at the front of the store, in a pile of 8-10, the rest being stored in the little shelfy thing under the table. And then I continued to fold them and keep them organised until they sold out during the Christmas season.

That particular sweater may not have come from the store I work at, but that's how I know what store the sweater was bought at. I could probably even price it within 5 dollars.
(I work at gap, in case you were wondering.)

I also noticed in another video (possibly the green job) that someone was wearing another Gap sweater. From the same program (group) of sweater. I also unpacked from boxes, de-plasticed, etc with those as well.

hey, I know my products, I am a good little night-time store elf.
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby blondie87 » 16 Jan 2010, 15:57

also - YAY! PHAILHAUS!

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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby JimInEngland » 16 Jan 2010, 16:01

We need a new recipe every 10 days!
Applesauce and dark chocolate sounds om nom. Does the chocolate spread through the bread while it's cooking, or does it stay in lovely little surprise bundles to be happened upon whilst eating?
I think I may have to get some of this...

BritchesStitches wrote:Man-Baking ep 1


Seconded.
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby Katie » 16 Jan 2010, 16:15

As someone else who fled the woodwork room and sought the warm comfort of Food Technology (formerly Introduction to Cookery and Housewifery), this is joyful to me. Though, I'm a girl, so I don't know if they'd have even let me do woodwork if I'd wanted to :P

Great variation on a Phailhaus theme!

Also, does this mean that manliness is in direct proportion to rageliness?
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby Re'ozul » 16 Jan 2010, 16:17

At the very end I when Graham held up the "Bread" I was so hoping for a

"Also, I have this cake" (because seriously, you can't really call something with Applesauce AND chocolate "Bread")
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby Blackie62 » 16 Jan 2010, 16:25

I dreamed last night that a new episode of Phailhaus would be up.


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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby iamafish » 16 Jan 2010, 16:26

there is something worryingly right with you i think
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby dls182 » 16 Jan 2010, 17:11

I don't know why, but the way Graham said 'mush the bag' had me giggling uncontrollably.
As did 'Om nom nom nom nom'
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby Yaxley » 16 Jan 2010, 17:17

Blackie62 wrote:I dreamed last night that a new episode of Phailhaus would be up.


Is their something wrong with me?

On the contrary, there is clearly something right with you.
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby tak197 » 16 Jan 2010, 17:17

I enjoyed this one a lot. I hope that your floor was clean before the ManCooking section commenced. Also, good on Graham on the, shall we say, SWIFT smackdown of Alex's suggested add-in?
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby Rikadyn » 16 Jan 2010, 17:43

I didn't take any cooking classes in HS, and can't cook.

But I can cut metal with fire.

I win.
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby I X » 16 Jan 2010, 18:18

Yes, this was so epic it is now in my signature.

That is all. :)
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby goat » 16 Jan 2010, 19:14

evilofficer wrote:wait so is alex living with Graham now?


I will refer you to the podcast for "wakey wakey" in which Graham explicitly states that he and Alex are roommates in the Starks' old house until it is sold/Graham finds a new place to live.
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby GreigKM » 16 Jan 2010, 19:29

Mush the Bag
Now I can't get that out of my head... and I made it my avatar.
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby concupiscentcrustacean » 16 Jan 2010, 20:11

JimInEngland wrote:I think I may have to get some of this...



I hear Graham has some bags of it
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Re: Phailhaüs - 27

Postby Sillyman » 16 Jan 2010, 20:41

metcarfre wrote:Man, I used to have a sourdough starter going... until it got moldy. Good stuff, though. And I don't think you really need to bake every ten days, just feed it.


I have the slightest suspicion that if you didn't bake some every ten days it'd grow out of control soon enough.

On the other hand, baking at the five day point may well be the way to stop the baking cycle.

Edit: Ah yes, how could I forget? I don't really want any, but would you give out some starter if people asked for it?
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