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  1. I made some meatballs for my lunch to go with some Spaghetti Squash and I thought I'd share. 1 lb Ground Turkey Breast 1 egg 1/2 a medium onion 3 jalepenos 1 lime 1/2 C Cilantro 1 T Garlic Powder 1 tsp Paprika 1 T salt 1 T pepper For anyone who doesn't know, handling fresh jalepenos is a bit hazardous. You can get capsaicin in your skin that burns and accidentally spread it to an eye, nose, ear or mouth. I reccommend wearing latex gloves while handling jalepenos. You can also keep them on if you find mashing ground turkey and eggs with your fingers gross. Preheat an oven to 350* F Clean your jalepenos. I like to cut the stems off, split them lengthwise and then scrape out the placenta and seeds with a teaspoon. If you want to skyrocket the heat, just leave the placenta and seeds in there. Mince. Cut the rind off the lime and chop it up. You don't have to worry about properly mincing lime since the soft fleshy material will break up as you make meatballs Peel and mince your onion as finely as possible. Mix all your ingredients in a bowl and be sure to mash them together as much as possible with your fingers. Divide the meat into 6 portions and place in a 9" diameter round pan. I used a cake round. Bake at 350* for ~45 minutes. To test if your meatballs are done poke them with a toothpick and see if any pink liquid comes out of the hole. Let them rest for at least 10 minutes before serving/packing your lunches for the week.
  2. Hello everyone, my name is Richard and I make cartoons. I'm currently taking my final class to receive my Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Animation from school and I figure as I transition out of school and into a post-college chapter of life, I should also transition into a chapter of better physical fitness. Well, I say that, but then again I've been exercising/dieting on and off for nearly 10 years now. But you know what they say; 300th time's the charm, right? My hope is some accountability will keep me from procrastination in this area (I mean heck, I've had an unfinished email draft to Steve in my email folder since I signed up 2 years ago.) WITH THAT OUT OF THE WAY. I'm a 24 year old male dude man with a height of 6'3", a weight of 250lbs and a beard of Lumberjack proportions. I figure with these numbers and my frame, I'd go down the weightlifting warrior route. I imagine I'd enjoy picking up heavy things rather than running long distances. Cardio has been my main focus whenever I try to "get healthy" and has not worked out tremendously well, so maybe it's time for a different approach. WAIT. I've signed up to a fitness site for NERDS. I should probably back up my claim to nerdiness. WHELL, I'm an animator, if that wasn't already established, so I have an unhealthy affinity for cartoons of all sort, I also have been gaming ever since I can remember (my dad got an NES just a year before I was born, so I was gaming from the womb basically.) The games I tend to gravitate to are non-military FPS type games, (like Borderlands, L4D, Killing Floor, TF2 and the like) indie platformers, and puzzle games (somewhat combined in my current addiction: Gunpoint) I hope that covers everything. Are there any other animators/artists on here? Any others who enjoy adventureously spicy foods? Thanks for taking the time to read this novel!
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