Fake ones are funny, too, but I'm hungry, so I'm gonna post some food ones first
oh god this. There was his blog, where all those masterpieces are stored
also I don't have these organized. some may not be that tasty actually
i never did end up looking him up, but damn he's entertaining AND makes good chili!
looks delicious! maybe alternate cheese and pepperoni
I am the hero /b/ needs, but simply i'm lazy as fuck so i try to look like is the one it deserves right now
looks like i got cheese and pepperoni on the mind
i think the hero /b/ needs would have one hell of a job
And not chili only
i can't find his other works
There was the Mars bar recipe version, no one had made a infograph
oh! this looks great though. can't read the name under the This Guy either, though...
godspeed fellow anon, godspeed
Add salt to water when cook noodles, like any type of pasta
it sure does, but the ingredients seem okay, never tried it myself though
yeah! really important info, i don't like sticky noodle blocks
running out of food folder
soon going on to other infographs
>mfw I'm from ohio and these are fucking BUCKEYES because BUCKEYE is a nut, and looks just like this
speaking as an American, this was probably made by an American. our eggs are sold refrigerated, so you can't really keep them unrefrigerated safely anymore. alas.
I invite you to post your recipe! Personally, I don't like the bell peppers or a couple other things so I don't use them!
what are activated almonds?
so THAT'S where the name comes from. always did wonder about that
also, i've run out of food infographs
and i notice my regular infographs are few
still, here they are
looks like a heartattack in a pan. delicious
so use your favorite non-plastic variety! mix and match anon, use that imagination of yours!
i'm sure they are clogging some deeply satisfied person's arteries somewhere
yeah, but it sounds worse than it is. recently, though, farm-fresh eggs have been gaining in popularity, with people even deciding to keep their own pet chakens. we're learning! some of us anyway...
no, part 2 of "how to be a bad ass"
most eggs in the States are produced under quite filthy conditions, due to the fast food demand and awful living pens for chickens. the eggs get sprayed by a chemical that eliminates the bacteria (probably), but also deteriorates the protective layer that is naturally found on farm-fresh eggs. so, eggs get refrigerated to delay the growth of new bacteria that is no longer deflected from the egg.
it really sucks
alas, it looks like i have more infographs but they are not very, mmm, informative
wonder if this is accurate for /a/'s tastes anymore
i love this one! very useful and discreet
Its just salmonella as far as I know, vaccinations or some shit in europe for chickens so there no salmonella, I reckon you cant really go wrong with fridge eggs because most of the time if your baking with eggs either the temperature wont matter or you want the whole thing to chill for a while
oh there are vaccinations in Europe?? interesting.
and i don't mind refrigerated eggs so much, it's the salmonella and poop-covered living conditions that kind of suck
this will be helpful for me
sounds like someone's a little jealous
WHY DOES THE STICKMAN MOVE SO FUCKING ANNOYINGLY GAY
not sure what that is after too many years here still, but I see no 4chan-ate way to an hero over watching a lot of good anime over 20+ years, I'm going to finish with Across the universe then catch a few more.
And by the way, by the time you read this and come up with a reply, I'm not even going to be here anymore.
Sincerely, because you are a fayg8
i dunno anon, that 200g of floor might make the cookies too bitter
i'll let you know how it goes, mixing up my first batch just after this post!
damn i gotta get on this
do different flavors matter, or can i just go with regular?
i wish i had more maps because maps are damn important
I think it could be a great side dish for chicken breast etc. Id do it from the tortellinis since they bring alot of flavor (depending on which tortellinis youre using, tho).
Gonna do this shit, behind my neighborhood's car ports there's a little meadow that has probably half an acre or so just clusterfucking a hill.
Not sure if the seedpods are there yet though, I'll check when it's light out.
This is how I make... Well, most things, really.
I always just look at a recipe for about 30 seconds and then go for it; hasn't failed me once.
One of my best results was for the super bowl
>Slice the onion
>Cut flank steak into portions(had a slab essentially)
>Marinade for at least half an hour
>Put marinade in a pan and caramelize that shit
>Throw the steak on a grill with some red oak charcoal
Served with some brown butter, was good shit.
Don't have that many, but I'll dump what I have.
Nice dubs, haven't tried them myself since I've just been experimenting with new foods.
Got 2 pounds of wild prawns and some pork loin chops I'm gonna grill up today. Trying to decide whether to use mesquite or red oak.
Costs more to eat at home than to go out where I live, sucks ass since I love cooking.
it's not, judaism and islam were around at the same time, and although judaisism is a precurser to christianity, christianity was not developed from it (that's why these three are called the abrahamic relegions because each religion took their own view on essentially the same people and events)
Judaism was a precursor to Islam as well, but they believe that all the prophets and shit of the old testament got it wrong, but had semi-good teachings.
>it's not, judaism and islam were around at the same time
Err Islam was invented in 600AD. Its about 1400 years old.
Judaism was invented around 2000BC.
So Judaism was around for a good 2500 years before Islam.
MFW My microwave actually recommends putting a metal spoon in there if you are cooking liquids. To prevent flash boiling.
>Tried this shit, doesn't work too well
>i bet you still eat gluten
They had a TV program on last night saying how people are going for gluten free because it sounds vaguely healthy but actually it makes no difference at all for most people.
this is my favourite one you fat plebs
In the UK it would be:
Rye Bread £1
Sweet potatos £60p.
You guys live in a desert no wonder you pay a lot for fruit and veggies.
On the other hand, if the meal required kangaroo meat or insects the size of your face then Australia would win.
This is actually not bad. Fresh cucumbers are more expensive than pickles, but if you have cucumbers that are starting to get old you can slice them up and do this. You would just want to boil a fresh jar to sterilize and seal it, too.
How does 1 egg and 1 tbsp of flour create enough bulk to flesh out the tuna and onion and stop it from just being fried tuna and onion. I would at least mash a potato or 2 and add it.
post here or it didnt happen
Every single one of these is well within my bangable range. 'Borderline fat fat' is still sexy as hell for me, she would need to be 30 pounds heavier than that to be outside my limits.