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6-01-2009 @ 7:05PM
Recipe for "Bad Clams":Raid composition: - 1 Dozen Fresh South Australian Pacific Oysters (opened) - these will be the tanks for this encounter - 1 Lemon - Shadowpriest FTW - 3 Tbspns Tomato sauce, any garden variety melee sauce will do - 3 Tbspns Worcestershire sauce - original is still the best. Much like warlocks, just don't ask what goes in itAdds: - 100g Shredded bacon - Shredded cheese (hard mode only) - Coarse Salt (Hard mode only)The encounter:Phase One: - Spread the tanks evenly over a the coarse salt be, or in "easy" mode, on an oven tray lined with foil - Pull aggro by sprinkling the bacon over the oysters - The tomato sauce and wostershire sauce must do the "heigan dance" until evenly mixed. once this phase has passed, a small amount should be placed on the tanks, the rest reserved for the final phasePhase Two - At this point the entire raid should be place in the grill for about ten minutes, until the bacon adds are cooked. This may be difficult on the healers when the raid moves, be sure to wear fire resist gear - To activate hard mode, simply sprinkle grilled cheese on after the bacon has been cooked but before moving the raid to phase threePhase Three - As the entire raid moves to phase three, lemon wedge adds will join the fight. this is a simple grab - n - squeeze onto the tanks. - the reserved DPS sauce may be used at this phaseAssociated Achievements: - Oh so saucy - share this raid with a member of the opposite (or same) sex - Not Again! - Serve this to someone who's never had oysters before, and watch the explosion! - Oysterfest! - Complete this, the Clammette Surprise (Oysters natural), the Clammette magnifique (Oysters with Shallots and red wine vinegar) boiled Clams (Poached Oyster) and Goblin Deviled Clams (Fresh with lime juice and chillis) Within one Dinner Lockout PeriodRecipe inspired from http://www.abc.net.au/sa/stories/s495488.htm
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