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Challenge 15 - But...What's in It?


Two of the most popular drinks of the UTs - if you are Sebacean or Charrid, please enter - if you are Scarran or Hynerian...run like hell!





1.
Name: The Living Death Cocktail– for Sebaceans who like to live and party dangerously

Ingredients: a medium sized Scarran heat-gland, Raslak and a Sheyang fire spit-ball

How to make it: Take the heat-gland and place it in enough raslak for it to float comfortably in, put both in a Wormhole blender (that’s the brand name of the blender, by the way… I think I should patent it, it makes for a brilliant one! ) and mix for 66 microts. Pour into suitable container and flambé by way of punching a Sheyang in the stomach.

Sebaceans, Peacekeepers especially, love the taste but have very poor tolerance for it – it is highly advised that if consumed, a gimp leather cooling suit be ready nearby to avoid terminal zombification.


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2.
Name: The Charrid Delight Cocktail – served on the Charrid home-world in very high class refreshment houses.

Ingredients: An adult male or female Hynerian, rakkan spirit extracted from marinated marjoules and the final all important hair of Kalish Hapooda.

How to make it: Take the Hynerian slug, slice it open, remove the three stomachs and grate the remaining body parts into a fine powder. Pour said powder into the rakkan spirit and stir until all lumps have dissolved. Pour into glass and add one hair of Kalish Hapooda for the smoky effect


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This one was obviously not stirred properly! :)


(These are only my second attempt at manips so be kind! And yes I am wearing a Farscape fleece with the following quote “Have we sent the Don’t Shoot We are Pathetic signal yet?” – which is really a fair representation of my status in life! :D)


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