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  1. New Stream Clips - To Be Added

    Please Add New Stream Clips and Quotes Down Below!! (we can delete them as they are added) **Please include the date in which they were clipped**
  2. Looking for Good Tutorials

    Okay, very interesting game. I installed it last night and started to look at different things. I have lots of questions, but thought that it would be better to just ask, where would the best place to look for either tutorials, or how-to's, etc. I know that I can do a google search, but trying to save time if some folks have good suggestions.
  3. Okay so I'm going to be TRYING out a new game this Tuesday that is a survival game. I'm not sure WHICH game it'll be and I'm trying to get some people to try, whatever game it is, with maybe Mike Sully or a few other people that just want to give the game a shot while we sit back and just check the game out. Atm my picks are possibly. 1. The forest 2. Miscreated 3. Frozen state 4. Subsistance (single player only) 5. Dead State (single player) Let me know what YOU want to see, tell me your game and why, I'd love to do something YOU guys want to see.
  4. Banlish Official Content

    Hey guys! I'm going to be working on the YouTube content with Banlish, and we've been rolling over a few ideas. If you have some content you'd like you see on the channel (possibly being announced soon), please let me/us know so it can be brought up. Thanks! -Mije
  5. Official Steam Group

    The official steam group for the community has been created. Please click the link below to visit the page: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/Bandana-Nation
  6. Banlish's Chili

    Bans chili (more meat less beans version) By: Banlish 4 and 1/2 lbs 90/10 hamburger (drain or dump entire into stock pot) 1 can (12 to 16 ounces red beans) 1 can (12-16 ounces dark red beans) 1 table spoon chili powder 1 tea spoon Cayenne pepper 1 tea spoon Worcester sauce 1 table spoon black pepper 1 - 12 ounce bottle of beer (Budweiser, Yuengling, Miller, whatever will work) 1 table spoon white sugar 1 - lbs box of Rice OR elbow macaroni Directions: Put the stock pot on the stove on the lowest setting, dump in everything except the meat, mix well with mixing spoon in the stock pot. Cook and brown the mean separately in a skillet of your choosing, most times I dump in all the grease for added flavor, this last time I drained it off trying to be a tad bit more healthy. Once the meat is in the stock pot along with everything else, mix for 3 or 4 minutes until everything is evenly mixed. Turn the heat up for 3 or 4 minutes until the sauce begins to bubble a few times then turn it down to simmer and place your lid onto the stock pot so the heat stays in, leave for a minimum of 8 hours, even better if you can leave it simmering over night for an early lunch/dinner. Great for game day with friends. Will easily serve 6 to 10 people, you can double the bean content and serve 12 to 16 pretty easily with no complaints, just add another pound of pasta or rice to accommodate. Every time I make this chili I have friends asking for some to take home, or for the recipe in general. If you let it simmer over the night, try to stir it every once in a while, it just makes it better. If using pasta and you REALLY want to stretch things, buy a 1 lbs bag of cheddar cheese, place 1 to 2 scoops of elbow noodles into a bowl, put once ladle full of chili in, sprinkle with cheddar, put another ladle full of chili on top, then sprinkle a little more cheddar on, finally a small dusting of Parmesan cheese. It's one of the most filling meals you can serve and people LOVE it on a cold day while watching sports, or fighting the cold after shoveling off the driveway. **Enjoy** - Banlish
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