What is the deal with this shitty meme website and its recipes catering to lazy millenials who can't cook but like to pretend they do?
Every time I log onto Facebook these days I always see at least one of these videos. Why are people these days so fascinated by cooking videos meant for people with the attention span and cooking skills of a fucking chimp?
I mean you pretty much answered your own question. The website is for lazy millenials who can't cook but pretend they do.
These people do have the attention span and cooking skills of a chimp.
>I am angry that people enjoy being entertained
yea I never understood why these videos piss me off so much. Every video is like premade dough, put in pan, add canned sauce and kraft cheese. whoaaaaa sooo innovative, going to make this tonight
I watched some video where they used cold butter and the batter came out with lumpy chunks. It drove my baking autism up the wall.
But the videos are simple, and appealing to watch. I actually watch them for fun, though the recipes are inferior.
>add cold milk
I always add cold milk to my hot roux. That's how I learned to do it and how I've been doing it for 25+ years.
But yeah, the too much butter and not cooking it long enough parts are true. I have one friend on facebook who seems to post 2-3 of these fucking things every day. They're always some half-assed knock off of a legit recipe made with terrible technique out of garbage-tier pre-made foods from the store.
Not everyone likes cooking but they see something that is easy to make and looks delicious so they try it out. It's not like they brag about how good of a chef they are.
It's like using frameworks in programming instead of writing the whole architecture of the code yourself, which you probably have no clue what I'm talking about and that makes me really angry because you dont know how to code so you must be very stupid and less superior than i am
The only recipe I found that was worth making was a recipe for carnitas filled steamed buns. They actually took the time to make everything from scratch. But otherwise, 95% of their recipes are memefood bullshit for basic college fucks.
There is this video for a one-pot chicken alfredo. That shit puts my pasta autism on overdrive. Like they cut the chicken in pieces and start making the sauce then add the pasta. And it looks like the chicken is going be overcooked and the pasta will end up undercooked.
Same, I think they're pretty entertaining. They give some neat ideas and if you're making your food exactly how you saw them do it without changing it up to your own preferences then you're doing it wrong anyway
Whatever fucking motivates these god damn women to get interested in cooking again. I don't fucking care what it is that gets these god damn 20 something women my age to want to learn and cook. It's a god damn shame that I have to teach my ex's how to cook, shit as simple as how to properly use a knife.
Jesus I'm glad I'm not the only one who cringes every time some basic white bitch posts these on Facebook.
As best I can tell they are all shitty, Betty Crocker-type recipes for Millenials
They are all absurdly unhealthy too... fucking gross
Pic related: Just found this recipe for avocado fries on my wall, triggered desu
FRIED FUCKING AVOCADO!
I farm that shit out to fucking nerds. FAGGOT!!
But for real, these millinials eat the garbage that resembles kidcuisine and lunchables. Im with ya bra. Lets go spray our greatness all over them; do coding and shit.
Their stupid one-pan recipes trigger the fuck out of me. How is anything supposed to be cooked to the right degree of doneness when you shit everything onto a pan and shove it in the oven at the same time?
The actual fuck
god damnit how can you TAKE A FUCKING HEALTHY AS FUCK FOOD, AND TURN IT INTO GARBAGE BY FRYING IT
I wanna find the southern cu/ck/ that thought of this, and revoke their licence to live in the kitchen.
I've made those before. You BAKE them you spergs. You lightly drizzle with olive oil and coat them with panko + seasoning and then BAKE them on a wire rack so they brown and crisp on both sides.. They're delicious.
Bro, you answered your own question.
Just wait, these same people will get worse as they get older, and all their horrible traits will be amplified. And they will STILL be shit tier cooks to boot.
>the little laugh while he says it
I'd love to find the guy that recorded that line and rip his top and bottom jaw apart King Kong style.
I saw one that was literally
>Get frozen ravioli
>bake it in the oven with canned sauce and cheese
Although it's not necessarily a terrible thing to do, particularly if you're on a budget, but they try to make it seem amazing or something.