Stuffing is an iconic way of delivering a great, warm, bready goodness to the table. It's also an "efficient" way to cook two items in one oven at the same time.
It's also an "efficient" way to give yourself the shits.
(note: Salmonella can kill, but is statistically unlikely to. Out of the hundreds of millions of chicken eggs used every year in America, there are only an estimated 142,000 infections of salmonella each year, out of which there are only about 30 confirmed cases of death each year.)
In short, you shouldn't make stuffing. You should make what's called a dressing - and, no, not salad dressing.
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We're finally hitting the meat of the project. Today we're going to talk about how to put together the meat of the project - the actual gameplay elements - and how to string them together to keep your development clean and efficient.
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Making hot cocoa from a package is so boring. Instead of drinking a bunch of powdered sugar, why not make your own hot cocoa from scratch?
It's simple, cheap, and tastes damn good.
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